With a sleek aluminum exterior, the Tipoon Expandable Trailer is changing the face of pop-up campers. Its compact size keeps it small enough to store in your garage when not in use but once you've arrived at camp, the expandable pod nearly triples in size. Using a remote control, the press of a button raises the roof up to just over six feet. A slide out creates a roomy interior with a modular design that can transform into a kitchen, dining or living area, or bedroom that can sleep four. Although it's available in four standard trim choices, custom colors and accessories are also an option.


The lightest popup models on the market yet able to set up in just seconds, Go-Fast Campers are made for those who don't want their camper deciding what trail they take. It weighs less than 200 lbs, thanks to a steel space frame, aluminum hardware, and honeycomb composite floor and roof panels. When popped up, it provides 94" of standing room, and sleeping room for two 6'6" adults. The floor is also modular, letting one person get out while the other sleeps, providing added space for singles, or serving as a couch. Made in Montana and available for 1995 and later Tacomas, 2015 and later Colorado or Canyon trucks, or 2009 and later F-150s — including the Raptor — with 5.5- or 6-foot beds.



Vintage Electric makes bikes in California combining retro looks with modern acceleration. The Signature Cruz is one of their latest, limited to 20 units and created with help from surf legend Jeff Clark. It boasts a 702-watt lithium battery that can go up to 35 miles on a single charge and tops out at 36mph in race mode. The saddle, grips, and frame are all wrapped with Brooks premium leather, while the Schwalbe Black Jack tires with KevlarGuard protect against flats. Clark's influence rounds things out, as the bike includes a removable surf rack, a custom rear rack for storage, and insulated panniers that double as a cooler.


Typical pop-up campers are great for saving space, but not so great for easy setup. The Air Opus Pop-Up Camper alleviates this by replacing traditional poles and cranks with air-filled supports that inflate in just 90 seconds with the flip of a switch. The option is available on both standard and off-road Opus models, which also feature dual double beds, kitchenettes, living area skylights, and electric brakes.



Nevada-based Hunter RMV is making some of the toughest expeditionary vehicles on the market. Built on the 2.5-ton Light Military Tactical Vehicle chassis, Hunter RMV's Predator 6.6 has the capability of military hardware with the amenities of a modern RV. The Predator can sleep five people and has a fully-equipped kitchen and bathroom, water purification, and plenty of storage for all your gear. Under the hood is a 6.6-liter Caterpillar turbodiesel with full-time four-wheel-drive and 800 miles of range along with a full complement of LED lighting and rear-facing camera. With specs like these, if the Predator can't get you there, it's probably not worth going.


Designed with urban commuters in mind, the Cowboy Electric Bicycle is a sleek, intelligent form of transportation. The bike features a concealed 252 WH, key-secured battery that lies in its seatpost and weighs a mere four pounds. The battery charges in under three hours and provides riders with up to 30 miles of unassisted range. You'll take advantage of that range with the bike's intelligent motor assist system that senses when on your ride you need a boost. It's lightweight at 35 pounds, and riders can connect via the iOS/Android app for live ride stats, built-in navigation, and GPS tracking.