Due to the high price of gas, taking a road trip through the United States is quite expensive. That is – unless you find another way to feed your travel.
Enter the first motorcycle powered by Bacon. As if crispy delicacy was not enough already, now you can use it for gas.
Currently there is a motorcycle powered Bacon-making his way through the United States. Driven by a bearded cyclist named Eric Pierson, last stop of the bike is San Diego Bacon Fest on August 30.
Sizzling this ride was created by Hormel Foods Corp. to promote its Black Label Bacon, and we have to say that this idea of marketing is quite intuitive. The motorcycle has made numerous stops along the way, and every step of the journey has been documented on the Tumblr “Driven by Bacon.” Eric and his pig, fed by pigs, began this journey at the headquarters of Hormel Foods in Austin, Minnesota, before passing through Sturgis, Dakota South, Wyoming, Reno, Nev., and the County Fair’s in Logan, cache, Utah.
You want to create this hazana-tocino and? According to the moto Tumblr, the manufacture of fuel Bacon Bacon is pretty simple. The first step was to make a lot of bacon. Sounds like a dream job, isn’t it? They then took the extra fat and worked with fuels Bio-Blend in Wisconsin to refine the bacon on 100% biodiesel. “Fuel is a safe alternative for the environment to conventional diesel fuel,” according to the web site. “We found the turn around 275 gallons of bacon drippings in 250 gallons of engine pumping Bacon b100 biodiesel.”
The fuel is produced near-zero emissions and even better, the emission of exhaust smells like bacon. We know, it’s amazing.
If you want to see the bike Bacon in person, which will be exhibited in the Bacon International Film Festival, in which also you plan release a documentary about the experience of Eric titled “Driven by Bacon.” road trip