We'll leave it up to you to decipher the name — our first reaction was "Yikes!" — but if you're looking for an eco-friendly urban ride and don't mind its unusual design, the YikeBike ($2,000-$3,800) is a fine choice. Powered by a nano lithium phosphate battery that can be charged in 55 minutes, the 22-pound YikeBike offers a range of roughly 6 miles and a top speed of 14 mph, with a crazy folding design that sees you sitting atop with handlebars near your hips, a 20-inch wheel in the front, an eight-incher in the back, and the world around you. Available in carbon fiber and aluminum/composite forms and multiple colors.

  • Firmship

    Mixing a classic boat shape with modern details and designs, the Firmship (€276,000; roughly $400,500) is a little like a James Bond boat from the '70s — think Roger Moore — dropped into modern times. The deliberately two-tone boat — everything is grey or teak — offers features like foldable deck furniture, a stylish, galvanized anchor, GPS with autopilot, a stained glass window between the cabin and pilothouse, a full king-sized bed, couch that converts into a queen bed, bathroom with stand-up shower, and, of course, a beefy Perkins six cylinder engine to make sure you can make haste when your aquatic adventuring turns sour.

  • Stalk It 58Five Landspeed Longboard

    If you're skating your way to work, odds are you're already doing pretty well on the eco-friendly scale, but you can take it one step further with the Stalk It 58Five Landspeed Longboard ($585). Made with a 100% CornBoard core and vertical laminated ash and poplar top and bottom sheets, this sleek speedster also features an aluminum speed stabilizer bar laminated into the core of the board for increased stability and rigidity, Abec 11 wheels, Pareis trucks, and Swiss Fire bearings, and comes with a Triple Eight Brainsaver helmet, Stalk It T-Shirt, and, of course, stickers.

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