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Zeltini Ttriton

Zeltini Z-Triton Houseboat Trike

We’ve been stumbling on some quirky amphibious crafts of late. Here’s a combo houseboat, micro camper, and electric bicycle. The Zeltini Z-Triton Houseboat Trike allows you to travel both land and sea in one vessel. The recreational vehicle lets you traverse land with an electric tricycle capable of going 25 mph. When on the water, the bike folds up and a motor propels the craft up to 19 mph. Its interior measures 3.6 meters in length by 1.2 meters wide to sleep two people while electric assistance controls the power, lights, and temperature.

Zeltini Ttriton

Zeltini is a design & prototyping workshop in Latvia.

Cake OSA Electric Bike

Cake OSA Electric Bike

This Swedish electric bike is just what’s needed for runs around the marina or into town for supplies. There are a number of electric bikes coming on line, but Cake has built one with utility in mind. It’s modular design uses a clamp system that accepts a bunch of attachments – baskets, seats, lights, workbench, etc. It has a forged, machined and welded aluminum frame and boasts a range up to 63 miles. OSA weighs just 145 lbs and the battery can recharge in 3 hours.

Cake OSA Electric Bike

Starts at $6500+. Pre-order yours now for delivery starting in March, just in time for the boating season.

Scrooser

SCROOSER

Part bike, part moped, the Scrooser is more than a frame and fat tires. Nothing like cruising around the marina or in to town on this sweet ride. The self-balancing ride uses a battery-powered 500W motor to augment your muscle power, letting you hit speeds up to 15.5 mph while constantly analyzing your movements and adjusting accordingly.

Hydraulic front and mechanical rear disc brakes ensure you can stop safely, LED lights keep you visible in traffic, and a small display in the middle of the metal handlebars keeps you abreast of battery levels, your speed, and which of the four driving modes you’re in: Sport, Comfort, Eco, or Hand (manual).

Length: 74″ / Width: 23″ / Height: 49.5″ / Weight: 165 lbs.

Range: 34 Miles / Top Speed: 15.5 mph / Battery: Removable 36V, 20 Ah / Charging Time: 4 Hours

This bad boy is engineered and produced in Germany. You can order yours now or £2900 (regularly £4750).

Superride Self Balancing Electric Unicycle

Superride Self-Balancing Electric Unicyle

Segways are dorky and we wouldn’t be caught dead on one. But this Superride Self-Balancing Electric Unicycle is bad ass. It’s a killer way to buzz around the marina or in to town. It doesn’t need gas and takes up less space than a bike or scooter.

Using gyroscopes, it keeps itself steady while enabling intuitive control: simply lean forward to accelerate and back to brake. Leaning sideways to turn, and rest it on the rear kickstand when you hop off. Its 1,000-watt motor enables a top speed of 20 mph, while the 60-volt / 5.8-Ah battery charges quickly and has a range of up to 15 miles. Battery and speed info can be accessed via the LED display, and it also ships with an electronic horn and LED headlight.

You can buy yours for $1,399 with free shipping.

Schiller Water Bike

Schiller Water Bike

Check out the Schiller Water Bike.  Its a fun way to get out on the water and get some exercise while you’re at it.  Merging modern design, technology, and engineering, the S1 is a high quality, water bike that delivers all the virtues of cycling in an aquatic environment.  Featuring their proprietary drive train, integrated handle bar steering and rugged inflatable pontoons, the S1 is designed to deliver a fast, exhilarating, and safe ride.  Quiet, sustainable and human powered, the lightweight S1 is easy to assemble, transport and store in compact spaces.  We especially like the black.

Specs:

  • S1-C frames are tig welded T6 aluminum, Alodine, and powder coated for corrosion protection, and durability.
  • Premium stainless steel and anodized aluminum components are used throughout.
  • Rugged, 1100 denier PVC pontoons.
  • Premium Schiller Carbon Outdrive is ultra low drag. Stunning hand laid carbon fiber construction. Steerable propulsion provides unparalleled maneuverability. They automatically retract up and out of the way of obstacles and when beaching.
  • Proprietary two-stage 1:7.5 gear ratio featuring Gates Carbon Drive belts.
  • Performance saddle, handlebars, cranks, and pedals.
  • The S1-C is silent, clean, and hand made in California.
  • Small footprint for storage.  Transports on most bike racks and in trunks.

You can own one for $5,500.

 

Schiller Water Bike

 

Schiller Water Bike

 

 

Schiller Water Bike

 

 

Schiller Water Bike

 

Vanmoof Electric Bike

Here’s a great bike to have on board for zipping around the marina or making a grocery run in town.  With a lightweight, aluminum coated frame and a more efficient battery, the Vanmoof S2 is their most impressive bicycle to date.  The battery charges up to 100% in four hours, or halfway in 80 minutes and once it’s ready to roll a Turbo-Boost button on the right-hand side offers on-demand acceleration with a max speed of nearly 20mph.  The bike also has 166 LEDs to light up the frame, while the stealth lock can be activated with a single kick. And just in case someone decides to try and steal the bike, it has tamper detection with an earsplitting alarm through the integrated speaker to surprise the would-be thief and alert anyone in the nearby area.  Available in Thunder Grey or Fog White.

Buy it for $2,600.

Sol Pocket Rocket

Sol Motors Pocket Rocket Bike

Germany-based Sol Motors has the perfect answer for scooting around the marina and town in style — the Pocket Rocket bike.  The Pocket Rocket isn’t an e-bike or a scooter, and it’s too small to be a motorcycle.  Sol has categorized it as a noped.  Packing up to 8.5 horsepower in a hub-mounted electric motor, the Pocket Rocket can hit up to 50 MPH and travel 50 miles. With a weight of 121 pounds, you can store the Pocket Rocket nearly anywhere, and the ultra-modern design won’t make you cringe on your trip.

Learn more at Sol.

 

Sol Pocket Rocket Bike

 

Sol Pocket Rocket Bike

 

 

Monaco, a Cruiser Bike by Villy Custom

Monaco, a Cruiser Bike by Villy Custom

Here’s something every yacht should have.  Just hop on your cruiser to town.  Refined and sophisticated, the Monaco boasts a soothing matte white finish with black and white wheels, black and white chain and black and white grips.  You get the picture.  Monaco has a limited production of 50 units.  You can get your cruise on for $519 at Villy Custom.