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Urb-E Scooter

Okay, so maybe it took its design direction from the bizarre lovechild of a traffic light and a razor scooter, but that doesn't make the Urb-E Scooter any less of a practical way to get about town. With a 20 mile range on each charge, and a top speed of up to 15 miles per hour, it's a great way to make your commute just a little easier to handle — and since it can fold up small enough to fit onto a bus or train, you can take it pretty much anywhere. Available in two models, you can choose from the three-wheeled Commuter or the two-wheeled GP, depending on whether you prefer stability or a touch of adventure.

  • Polaris Sportsman Ace

    What do you get when you take a RZR and remove all but one of the seats? Something very close to the Polaris Sportsman Ace. This single-rider ATV is powered by a 4-Stroke Pro-Star engine, and offers on-demand all-wheel-drive, tons of storage, a locking rear cargo box, a hefty towing capacity of up to 1,500 lbs, LED lights, and a clever, open design that makes it easy to enter and exit the vehicle while keeping you as safe as possible. The only downside? You'd better hope your buddies have one of their own to ride.

  • Blaze Bike Laserlight

    Traditional bike lights solve several problems — they let you see where you're going, and they let other people see you. But they won't stop a driver from turning into you if you happen to be in their blind spot. The Blaze Bike Laserlight will. This ingenious add-on serves as a traditional front-facing lamp, but also includes a green laser light that projects the image of a bike on the road roughly 15 feet in front of you, letting motorists know you're coming before you're even there. The internal Li-ion battery lasts for up to 13 hours, and the body is waterproof, so the only thing you really need to worry about is pedaling.