This Water powered bike can fly up to 25 feet, accelerate up to 25 mph and dive 10 feet for brief duration. It even allows a few tricks to be performed like a back-flip, corkscrew and barrel roll.
Jinkies! A 1972 Ford Econoline gussied up to look like the Mystery Machine from Scooby Doo. With the green shag carpet lining up the walls and a ghost detector mounted above the rear view mirror, this Econoline Mystery Machine is ready to tackle any ghost and mystery solving adventures.
Turbocharged and fuel-injected, the Hovercraft can hit speeds of up to 70 mph and can take to the air in short bursts, reaching heights of up fifty-feet. Features a 130 horsepower twin-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that allows the vehicle to operate not just in water, but in mud, swamp, desert and snow as well.
Kick up some dirt clouds with this scaled-downed electric motocross bike. With a high-torque, powerful 350-Watt electric motor it carries riders at speeds of up to 14 miles per hour and can cruise for up to 10 miles on one charge.
The retro inspired motorcycle alarm clock is perfect for any motorcycle enthusiast. Loaded with intricate details, the silver-toned, motorcycle features an easy to read quartz clock with an alarm as the front wheel that will get you revved up for the day.
What do you get when you cross a Segway and a mobility scooter? The electric RYNO scooter that is apparently impossible to fall off. The RYNO has a single 25-inch motorcycle tire and reaches speeds up to 10 mph, uses a combination of gyroscope sensors and accelerometers to balance itself.
This three-wheel Polaris Slingshot motorcycle has been a hit ever since its made its appearance. The first time you see the Polaris Slingshot coming at you, it looks like a set piece from some big-budget transformers movie. If you love attention for your vehicle, there’s arguably no better bargain in the world than the Slingshot. You’ll have people waving, honking,…
Like land ships with legs, Strandbeests use sails to activate their joints and walk as the wind blows. This walking bike replaced Jansen’s sail with a couple pedals and a bike chain. As the cyclist pedals, the linkage the feet move back and forth, one before the other, like the legs of a shy spider. Jon Paul isn’t yet sure…
This sexy little auto was inspired by 007’s Lotus in the Spy Who Loved Me, it comes with built in scuba tanks so that you can navigate the underwater realms as easily as you cruise across land. You can be sure that this sports car will steal the show from any ‘Baywatch’ beauty on the beach and quite easily too….
Get your furry friend ready for chilly weather with the Pet hoodies. This pull-over hoodie is ribbed at the sleeves and hem, while the high-cut tummy helps to prevent soiling. And don’t worry about using it with a leash, because there’s a convenient leash hole for attachment.
Celebrate a significant day by turning a front-page story into leisurely fun. This unique puzzle lets you to roll-up your sleeves and piece together the headlines, articles and photos of any New York Times front-page story (since 1851) of your choice.
Add a touch of formality and humor to your next dinner party or picnic. These playful instant Tuxedo napkins will keep you and your guests looking presentable, even in the presence of spaghetti splatter! Each pack contains 16 paper napkins with 4 novelty designs.
A map of American cryptozoology that documents sightings of the Jersey Devil, Bigfoot, Mothman, Chupacabra, Shunka Warakin, Caddy, the Honey Island Swamp Monster and many more cryptids. This map is intended to serve as reminder of some of the more unique and abstract folklore traditions that we have in the USA.
The bicycle pizza cutter combines playfulness and function. Double-bladed, it cuts pizza with both back and front wheels for twice the fun. Whether you’re a regular joe who enjoys a leisurely ride or a hardcore cyclist, carb loading is more fun with the bicycle pizza cutter.
Finally a comfy pair of slippers that a man can wear without being ridiculed by his buddies. Put these on and enjoy the power as you proudly cross any kind of indoor terrain with ease. You can either buy the patterns to crochet yourself or buy them already made.