Monday, May 26, 2008

89mpg Biodiesel Harley wins 2008 Green Grand Prix


It probably won't go very fast, but this biodiesel-powered Harley will do 89mpg...
Pic: Autoblog Green

Earlier this month, the Fourth Annual Green Grand Prix took place in Watkins Glen, in New York. And guess what won their miles-per-gallon competition? A biodiesel-powered Harley-Davidson!

In the Doris Bovee Memorial SCCA road rally, with 46 participants using ten fuel types, Bill Bolch’s biodiesel-powered, 1990-model Harley FX12P did an amazing 89mpg and came out on top. Competitors were using all kinds of fuel – natural gas, petrol-electric hybrids, solar power, hydrogen fuel cells and even wood!

For more details, visit the Green Grand Prix website here.

Also see:
Craig Vetter: Fuel efficiency champ...
Kawasaki KLR650-based diesel bikes for the US Army...
Die Moto: Biodiesel-powered motorcycle goes for landspeed record!
The US$140,000 Neander Turbodiesel...
KillaCycle: The world’s quickest electric motorcycle...
Lightning Motors’ Lithium battery-powered Yamaha R1

External links:
Daytona Bike Week picture gallery...


More of this absolutely amazing Ducati MH900e on Moto Caradisiac here
Pics: Moto Caradisiac

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