Little Guy Camper/Trailer

Little Guy Camper/Trailer

We've been looking for something like this to take on weekend excursions for a long time now. The lightweight trailer can be pulled with any car (our main concern since we aren't 4x4 types) and can be used as a two-person sleeping camper or just as a trailer for all your gear. The Little Guy Deluxe ($4000) features tinted left and right doors with sliding windows, aluminum 5-spoke mag wheels, roof vent, full-size air mattress, and interior cabinets and lights. Note that we'd opt for the custom solid color paint job to match our ride — the "bolt" and "laser" graphics make us feel like retirees.

  • Electra Rockabilly Boogy Bike

    This hot rod-inspired bike is perfect for those of us who don't plan to enter the Tour de France and just want something cool to cruise around the neighborhood in. Crafted out of hydro-formed aluminum, the Rockabilly Boogy ($570) from Electra features a cool retro paint scheme, a super comfy seat, and uses "Flat Foot Technology" (forward pedaling with a low-slung seat) for lots of torque, and "Lounge Geometry" for a really relaxing ride.

  • Wogg-Pavilion

    A lot of outdoor settings provide some sort of shelter — a gazebo, the all-encompassing tent, and a simple lean-to all come to mind — but none provides the design and elegance of these. Available in both small and large sizes, the Wogg-Pavilion (starting at $1190) features a design that incorporates both industrial and organic influences, such as aerodynamic testing and animal shells. For all of you techies that long for a place to work in your backyard — that is, our readers who have a casper-like complexion — this is the best bet we’ve seen to make it happen. [Thanks, Peter]

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