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Surly Pugsley Bike

Designed to go where even most "all-terrain" bikes fear to tread, the Surly Pugsley Bike ($1,550) features large-volume, low-pressure tires for getting over and through tough terrain like sand, mud, wet rocks, and roots, a Surly CroMoly steel frame, dual water bottle mounts, Shimano shifters, a WTB SST saddle, Avid BB7 brakes, Velo Kraton grips, and your choice of pedals — as in, it doesn't come with any. Bonus: It's named after a member of the Addams family, or so we think.

  • Eddie Bauer Airstream

    Airstream continues its trend of partnering with outside companies — like Design Within Reach, Victorinox, and Nissan — with the Eddie Bauer Airstream ($74,000). The 25-foot trailer features classic Airstream outer styling, a queen-size bed with an Eddie Bauer Goose Down duvet, pillows, and throw, maple and soapstone laminates, quilted fabrics, and stain-resistant Sunbrella upholstery on the interior, an oversized hatch for loading and unloading gear like bikes and kayaks, and a generous side awning. Just the thing you need to escape from the ordinary this spring.

  • Snow Cycle

    Based on a mid-century Austrian design, the Snow Cycle ($1,950) is just the thing to liven up your next trip to the slopes. It features powder-coated galvanized steel frame, a unique front elastomer/spring suspension, an adjustable t-bar steering column, a padded saddle with leaf spring cushioning, adjustable-binding, mini skis for your feet, and the ability to reach a top speed that's probably way faster than you need to be going. [via]