Want a jet bike? You could go the "easy" route and order a turnkey, $150,000 Y2K from Marine Turbine Technologies. Or you could take the low road and consider Orlando, Florida-based powerboat racer Tony Pandolfo's solution. Go dumpster diving for a small jet turbine motor at your local aerospace outlet and then spend seven years grafting it into a 1992 Suzuki GSX-R1100 chassis. The end result might lack the Y2K's sexy carbon-fiber bodywork and chi-chi rearview camera, but it'll melt the front bumper of a tailgating Escalade just as well-or better, since Pandolfo's JETSX-R1100 is equipped with the afterburner that the Y2K machine critically lacks.