Imagine sitting on top of two jet engines, catapulting yourself to 200 mph in 7.887 seconds. If this unconfirmed wild ride is for real, that feat would make this jet-powered motorcycle the world's fastest. Sure beats that 155mph superbike we were gawking at last year.

Not much else is known about this alleged world record-breaking stunt, except that the cycle's powered by J402-CA-702 Model 373 turbine engines, originally developed for the U.S. military's cruise missiles, with each engine developing 1,000 pounds of thrust.

We're speechless, except to say that must be one hot seat. Here's a video of the jet cycle blasting off: