Hormel Company in Austin, Minnesota, has made a bike that is powered by organic fuel made from the fat of the bacon, says “USA Today.”

“Track T-800”, built as part of the “Driven by Bacon”, will travel to the United States for 10 days, until the 29th of August. The first stop will be in Sturgis, South Dakota, where he is scheduled gathering of bikers.

Engine, it is said, exceed 112 kilometers consuming 3.8 liters of fuel. Project members say the exhaust smells like bacon.

“If the tanker with the biofuel spilled into the ocean, the fish would have eaten with pleasure and without any danger to life. Emissions that contribute to global warming in the fuel is almost zero”, members of the project say.

After the Sturgis, motorcycle will be displayed at the Festival of bacon in San Diego in late August, and then will be exposed to the Spam Museum in Austin, Minnesota. Bacon powered bike will follow the film crew who will shoot a documentary film.

Bacon Powered Bike

Photo: Hormel