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Water Hoverboard

While we're still a long way off from achieving the kind of technology that allowed Marty McFly to effortlessly skateboard feet above the ground, the Water Hoverboard is very much a real thing. Essentially a wakeboard with a high-powered water jet at its rear, this hoverboard attaches to your personal watercraft (think jet ski) with a long hose, propelling you up to 16 feet above the water, at speeds of up to 16 miles per hour. Once you're set up, you can perform wild aerial tricks like flips, spins, summersaults, and more — or just rip across the water like some insane dolphin-human-robot hybrid.

  • Solar Roadways

    Our system of highways, roads, avenues, bike paths, sidewalks, and parking lots serve a clear and important purpose — the facilitation of easy transportation — but it could do so much more. With Solar Roadways, every paved surface in the country could one day be turned into a source of renewable energy, ultimately producing enough electricity to power our nation three times over. And there's more: programmable LEDs would send information to drivers, while eliminating the need for painted road markers, while built-in heat sources would make snowy and icy roads a thing of the past. While it seems a little pie-in-the-sky right now, they've already received funding from federal highway authorities to begin pilot programs — so a brave new world could be nearer than we ever thought possible.

  • Viks Bike

    Another in a slew of urban commuting bikes we've seen hit the market recently, the Viks Bike is constructed entirely from high-quality stainless steel tubes, making for a durable bike that's still relatively light weight. Its unique shape is made up of two identical tube frames joined alongside each other, meeting at a single head tube, seat tube, and bottom bracket. Featuring either a fixed gear or a coaster brake hub, it's the ideal bike for cruising through flat cities either on the way to work or out for the night. Available in a number of customizable configurations, and a range of powder-coated colors, this is a city bike that you can really make your own.