Greenline Industries, a leader in the design and construction of biodiesel
production facilities, today announced that they will be showcasing the
world's first biodiesel land speed record motorcycle in their booth at the
National Biodiesel Conference in San Antonio, TX.
and fabricated at The Crucible, an innovative industrial arts education facility
in Oakland, California. The motorcycle has already reached speeds in
excess of 130 mph running on pure biodiesel fuels. In September 2007,
The Crucible team plans to shatter the diesel motorcycle land speed world
record, currently 105 mph, at the renowned Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah.
efficient in smaller engines, and that biodiesel is the ultimate form of diesel,"
said Ted Lavoie, Greenline's CEO. "That is why we have sponsored the
Earthrace circumnavigation world record attempt, and that is why we are
sponsoring The Crucible's land speed record attempt."
Speed Trials by BUB at Bonneville in September. "We hope to show the
world the performance potential of bio-fuels by breaking the existing diesel
record and establish records for both biodiesel and SVO at the home of
high performance, the Bonneville Salt Flats," said Michael Sturtz, Die Moto's
rider and The Crucible's Executive Director. "Our group believes in the
development of green power and in demonstrating its potential through
concrete actions. That's why we are proud to be working with Greenline
Industries and their ecologically friendly factories."
biodiesel production technology, using EPA Award winning waterless, ion
resin exchange processing systems. With over 26 plants under contract,
this cost efficient technology is gaining rapid acceptance with major biodiesel
producers domestically and internationally. By leveraging strategic partnerships
and technical expertise, Greenline provides high quality biodiesel fuel, at a
competitive cost-of-entry. www.greenlineindustries.com.
of arts, industry and community, teaching and showcasing fire, metal, glass
and light art in the East Bay for eight years. The Crucible offers more than
400 classes to over 3,000 students annually in everything from bronze casting
to neon, welding to glass working, blacksmithing to fire dancing. Dedicated to
the creative use of fire and light, The Crucible is known for its innovative and
stunning public events and fundraisers, uniting artists from diverse disciplines.