Stair-Rover

A longboard can be a great way to maneuver the city — lightweight, agile, nimble — but anything more than a stair or two presents a difficult challenge to overcome, except for the Stair-Rover ($360). This longboard has eight wheels, instead of just four, that move independently, allowing it to "scuttle" down a set of stairs relatively smoothly. It's great on uneven terrain like potholes and cobblestones, and rides just like a regular board on smooth pavement. Get yours with a maple or fiberglass deck, black or white chassis, or order the chassis separately to add to your favorite deck.

  • Rover Electric Scooter

    It's no secret that gas prices are high, and it only looks like they're going to keep rising. But we still have to get to work — so if you can get over being the geek on the little green machine, the Rover Electric Scooter ($5,920) might be what you need. With a fully-electric, rechargeable motor, it has a range of 32 miles and a top speed of 33 mph. All-weather tires, a smartphone holder, lightweight aluminum construction, and LED lights make it a pretty versatile vehicle. Also available in black, white, and purple.

  • Ass Savers Emergency Mudguards

    There's nothing like the convenience and ease of biking to work — you save on gas, avoid traffic, and it helps you stay in shape. But, there's nothing worse than the wet ass that comes from biking on a rainy day (and the jokes you get when you show up at the office). Ass Savers Emergency Mudguards ($11) solve that problem, and stop the ruthless jokes. These simple polyurethane tabs fasten beneath your seat, catching all the muddy, wet spray from your rear tire. They come in a range of bright colors, or black and white, and tuck underneath your seat when you don't need them.

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