The Schiller X1 has two propellers that are steered with the handlebars, eliminating the need for a rudder. It can be assembled and disassembled in 10 minutes and can fit in most vehicle bike racks and trunks. Video here.
The latest model from Beijing-based bike builder Bandit9. The Bishop will be based on a Honda SuperSport and will have an a 90cc to 125cc engine, an anodized aluminum unibody with walnut, oak or teak burl panels.
The Shaman has eight custom-made low pressure tires. It can be driven in 4×4, 8×8 and a steering mode that enables it to move diagonally. An optional pump can inflate or deflate the tires to further improve handling on different terrain.
Bicyclick is a pair of add-ons that attach to bicycle handlebars, letting two or more bikes lean on each other and stay upright. It comes with a rubber strap so you can lock your brake – and thus your bike – in place.