Hormel Black Label Bacon-Fueled Motorcycle

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Rides

Score another point for bacon’s attempt at complete world dominance. This time, the wondermeat is branching out to America’s highways, with the Hormel Black Label Bacon-Fueled Motorcycle.

Manufactured by EVA Products BV and based on the quite rare (one of only 20 in existence) Track T800 CDI motorcycle, this bike’s 800cc three-cylinder diesel engine has been engineered to run on 100% biodiesel, and that biodiesel is made from bacon grease. The modifications include a lowered suspension, brand new gas tank, fenders, headlights and taillights, and a new seat upholstered with genuine pig leather. It’s said to get 100 miles per gallon and go from 0 to 60 in six seconds, but best of all, the exhaust smells like bacon. Hormel’s meaty motorcycle is making a trip from Austin, MN, to San Diego, CA, and after that, word is it might end up in the Spam Museum. Yes, the Spam Museum.

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