Sports & Leisure

High-performance pro equipment for the amateur athlete.

By Shaun Tolson
Gogoro Eeyo 1s

The ultralight, carbon-fiber Gogoro Eeyo 1s road bike disguises the fact that it’s actually an electric bike, one equipped with Smartwheel technology: the harder you pedal, the more the motor helps out with speed assistance as fast as 19 mph. In eco assist mode, the bike’s battery supports 55 miles of riding. $4,600;

Yeti SnowMX 129 FR

The back “tire” of the Yeti SnowMX 129 FR snowbike is like a narrow snowcat track belt and the front “tire” is like a ski. The suspension system maximizes freestyling capability, as the FR in this model stands for "freeride." Traverse steep hillsides and deep snow as effortlessly as wide-open meadows. $7,700;

Wilson Roland Garros Clash 100

The Wilson Roland Garros Clash 100 racket features a 100-square-inch head and weighs only 295 grams unstrung—a size-to-weight ratio that delivers exceptional power and control. The frame’s unique geometry makes it exceedingly flexible and the brand’s proprietary carbon-mapping technique allows it to bend in new dimensions for precision shot-making. $250;

POC Ventral Air Spin

Conceived for adventure riding and developed with input from professional cyclists, the aerodynamic POC Ventral Air Spin NFC helmet is equipped with an NFC Medical ID chip that stores the wearer’s medical profile, allowing first responders at an accident to read the injured person’s vital information. $275;

RadRover 5

Unlike an electric bike created for city commuters, the RadRover 5 is equipped with fat, 4-inch, puncture-resistant tires and a front suspension fork that can move 3 inches, delivering smooth rides on uneven terrain. The twist-grip throttle (like a motorcycle) produces 750 watts of power on demand, and the 48-volt lithium-ion battery can exceed a 45-mile range. $1,600;


Use the Technogym Bench to perform more than 200 exercises with its five pairs of dumbbells (ranging from 3.5 to 20 pounds), three weighted knuckles, three resistance bands, and training mat. The system includes a video library of 20- or 30-minute workouts dedicated to strength, resistance, or core training. $1,390;

Sportsman Autopilot 120

The Sportsman Autopilot 120 motorized kayak is powered by a saltwater-ready 12-volt Minn Kota motor that utilizes spot-lock technology to hold the kayak in place no matter the strength of the wind or current. Using the foot brace for steering, operators can still use their hands to cast, fight fish, and change lures. $3,800;

Ninebot Gokart Kit by Segway

Powered by two 800 watt electric motors, the collapsible, self-balancing Ninebot Gokart Kit by Segway features three riding modes—novice, standard, and sporty—that regulate speeds up to 15 mph. Riders can range from 4-foot-5 to 6-foot-3 in height and weigh up to 220 pounds. $1,400;

Walker Trolley Cape

Designed by an avid walking golfer yearning for a more stylish and better-performing push cart, the collapsible, 19-pound Walker Trolley Cape features an anodized aluminum frame with waxed canvas and leather accents. Air-filled rubber tires come standard, but optional foam-filled tires will be offered soon. $400;

Geneinno S2

Weighing only 6 pounds, the Geneinno S2 sea scooter can easily slip into a carry-on bag thanks to its flight-safe battery. The 350 watt brushless motors produce up to 22 pounds of thrust, which allows users to cruise underwater at maximum speeds of almost 3 mph. $400;