I am Fedora, and so can you!
Red Hat Magazine has instructions for making a Fedora 8 bootable USB flash drive.
I am writing this article on a Windows laptop borrowed from a friend. But fear not, dear reader, for I have not abandoned my free software principles. For while the hard disk of this laptop contains the Windows operating system, I have used a USB key as the boot device, and the laptop is currently running Fedora 8, codenamed “Werewolf.”