Amanda's Transportation Survival Suit
A few notes, on the back of an envelope... the suit is made of steel, and is riveted. Note that on top of the Quaker Bonnet shaped helmet, ( tinted aviation grade plexiglass visor ) there is a classic beanie copter prop, this provides electric power, and turns a small fan inside the helmet to cool the suit. The main power is the distillery tank on the back... one puts potato skins inside it, and they are distilled into a vodka like fuel, which powers the jet engine, which runs the main drive fan\prop behind. On top of the helmet, there is also a rear view periscope, which can also face forward, and be used with the snorkel if one runs into a deep water hazard... there is also the red flashing safety light attached to the snorkel as well as the loud speaker and siren. For giving coins to poor folks, there is a re-tooled slot machine, which dispenses coins when you pull the lever, it is also handy for tolls on the highway. As thy bike is no more, I thought, well, self contained... wheels on the suit, to save the extra cost of the bike. I would not advise speeds over 275 mph on the streets of Cambridge, as that might attract attention, and some trouble stopping, as there aren't any breaks. I thought breaks might be dangerous, as a sudden stop might be, well, .... dramatic? So, my theory is that when a stop is needed, grab a street sign, and put the rudder over hard, and spin around until inertia is expended.
I also think, with the jet power to the drive fan, it is likely, by bending slightly backwards, you can become airborne for long enough to hop over most obstacles, like..., well..., medium sized buildings, or small rivers.
Must run, the forge is nearly hot enough to start... hope to finish oh... around the day some call Christmas... try to be careful in the meantime and keep getting better...