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Specialized Turbo Bike

Who said electric bikes had to be slow? The Specialized Turbo Bike ($TBA) is focused squarely on speed, capable of gliding at nearly 28 mph, while charging in a mere two hours. Other features include track-ready looks, a battery that's integrated into the down tube, thru-axles in the front and rear, internal cable routing for a clean look, Magura MT Carbon hydraulic brakes with carbon levers, a custom alloy fork, an electronic interface, and LED lights, all controlled from a wireless computer that keep track of your speed, distance, and even your heart rate with an ANT+ accessory.

  • SBU V3 Self-Balancing Unicycle

    And you thought riding a Segway made you look dorky. The SBU V3 Self-Balancing Unicycle ($TBA) combines Segway-like tech — including multiple 3-way sensors and gyroscopes — with all the circus-like fun of a unicycle, allowing you to move by doing nothing more than leaning forward, backward, and to the side. In addition, it weighs just 27 pounds, so it's easily to lug inside when your reach the office, and is powered by electricity, performing the equivalent work of a gallon of gas for just ten cents — making it incredibly economic, if potentially ridicule worthy.

  • Moby1 Expedition Trailers

    Plan on exploring the great outdoors this summer? Get prepared with one of these Moby1 Expedition Trailers ($5,500 and up). Available in specific models for motorcycles, (mostly) on road use, off-road use, and use anywhere your vehicle can make it, these hand-crafted trailers offer terrific build quality, full-size galleys, plenty of creature comforts, and sparse, no-nonsense looks that will make you the star of the camp ground.