A Sportsman Flyer Racer Model ($1,250) is a motorized bicycle. It can be pedaled like a bicycle, or once the engine is started it can be driven like a motorcycle. It is very similar in look and feel to motorcycles made just after the turn of the century. The Racer model is true to it’s namesake. This chassis comes properly set-up to carry the Morini S6S 9.4 hp engine. Rear hub is available to complete the drive train. Idler assembly located for motor side chain adjustment. If you like the quick throttle response and durability of a modern two stroke engine, this is the model for you. The Sportsman Racer comes with a certificate of authenticity, serial number and record of the original owners name and build date. Each bike is hand built will all options specific for each customer. Basic kits come with frame, fork and tank.
Ovo 720c (TBA) is designed from the ground up with modern design rich in comfort and style 25ft yacht. With enough room for 3 guest plus the captain and a full kitchen and bathroom, the Ovo 720c will give you the opportunity to get out on the water and motor around while enjoying a lunch with friends. The Ovo yacht is designed with aesthetics in mind with a sleek stream lined hull and an interior that blends natural woods with plush seating as well as a fully enclosed cabin with panoramic windows to provide the captain excellent visibility.
The Topeak Bikamper ($181) is designed to be used with 26″ mountain or 700C road bikes. It is a personal shelter that utilizes a bicycle and its front wheel in place of conventional tent poles. The canopy of the Bikamper is constructed of durable, waterproof coated 45D ripstop nylon and features three mesh windows for ventilation and stargazing on pleasant nights. Both tent and fly pack down to a small, space saving size.Three mesh windows for ventilation and stargazing on pleasant nights. Seamtaping ensures a waterproof seal on canopy, fly and floor. Fly, stuff sack, front fork anchor, stakes, cords and accessory bag included.
Mac Motorcycles ($13,000-$16,300) is a start-up motorcycle company in the UK with a nod to classic cafe bikes.While keeping the integrity of the classic look, they have created eight prototype designs that employ such production techniques as laser etching, anodized finishes, and screen-printed graphics applied to the gas tanks. Mac Motorcycles are powered by the Buell® single cylinder, air-cooled, 2-valve, push rod, 492cc, 5-speed ‘Blast’ engine. They’re called “thumpers” and with good reason, with one combustion for every 720° of crankshaft rotation when that cylinder fires, it’s really an “event” to see them move.
Wheego LiFe is the car customers have really been waiting for. It’s fully crash tested and goes 100 miles on a charge; it’s a great commuter car. With the ability to fully charge in 5 hours and a max speed of 65mph, the Wheego LiFe can even travel on most local freeways and keep up with other gas cars. The Wheego LiFe also has many features that are standard on most cars sold today, such as power windows and door locks, wireless remote and alarm , Am/FM CD player and Air Conditioning. Because of its size, space is limited to 2 people and enough room behind the seats for a few pieces of luggage. But if you are looking for an around the town vehicle that can charge from a regular outlet then this is the time to get one. The Wheego LiFe starts at $32,995, and qualifies for a $7,500 Federal tax credit and has a final cost of $26,495.
With an overall weight of just 16.3 lbs, the BMW M ($4,000), Bike translates to a lightweight design philosophy, into the world of two wheels. Its unmistakable frame design with an anthracite-coloured carbon finish and the BMW M logo on the top tube are also reminiscent of the BMW M vehicles. Other clues can be found in the rims, grip tape and saddle inlay in hallmark BMW M red. The Tundra 2 saddle ensures superior ride comfort even on longer rides. The Shimano Ultegra brake/shift levers enable quick gearshifts even under full load, and the range of gear ratios makes this bike just as suitable for rides on level ground as for demanding ascents. Unfortunately BMW will not ship this bike outside of Europe.
Built at the original Morgan factory, Malvern Link, not only was the Morgan one of the first Cyclecars, it was one of the most technologically advanced. It featured a simple 2 speed transmission (fast and very fast), but no reverse gear. The 2011 Morgan 3 Wheeler ($36,000) is a fusion of modern technology into a classic design, By fitting a modern V-twin engine and Mazda 5-speed gearbox the car provides “get in and drive” simplicity and reliability and a top speed of 115mph. A Sub 1100 lb. overall weight and streamlined bodywork provides the ultimate in performance and fuel economy.
The 3G Stepper ($269-$1,999) was created by Gary Silva in 1999 in Long Beach, California as an alternative to the traditional beach cruiser.The 3G Stepper is unlike any bike you have seen on the market and functions more like an elliptical machine available at a gym then a traditional bicycle. The 3G Stepper is a seat-less bike propelled when users push down on two steps while standing. 3G Bikes offers five models including the Junior, made for children ages 5-8 and the Hammer, a deluxe aluminum model for adults who want only the best chance at getting a good workout while riding around town. [Thanks, Karen for this suggestion]
Now you can turn your Jeep Wrangler Unlimited into a 4 door pickup truck with the new Mopar JK-8 Kit ($5,499). Taking design cues from the popular Jeep Scrambler CJ-8, the JK-8 Independence kit gives Jeep owners more customization — and functionality — options. The heavy duty kit comes with a 44-inch by 50-inch steel bed, inner and outer bedsides constructed from stamped sheet metal, sport bar extensions, Freedom Panel assemblies, and all accessories to turn your jeep into a rugged flat bed truck
When riding a bicycle, how should you transport your belongings? A backpack makes you sweat and hurts your back. Rear and front carriers makes your bike difficult to ride and park. The Central Storage System for Bicycles CSSB system developed by TATO ($1955) in Switzerland, which is integrated into the structure of the bike frame, does not have these inconveniences. The rider is freed from any weight on his or her body. No need to use accessories to secure items, they are simply inserted from the top and do not require any attachment. They are closer to the center of the bicycle and to the ground, making the ride safer. You easily carry your files, and small laptop in the center of the bicycle protected by the steel frame.