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RFA: Buffalo Chip Motorists Can Now Fuel with Ethanol

Submitted by on July 7, 2017 – 5:14 pmNo Comment

(Renewable Fuels Association/Ethanol Producer Magazine)  Motorcycle riders traveling around Sturgis, South Dakota, now have the ability to fuel with 93 octane, 10 percent ethanol. As part of an overall effort to educate motorcyclists on ethanol, the Renewable Fuels Association has donated a permanent fueling station to the Buffalo Chip Campground. The station will be open 24 hours a day to all vehicles, not just motorcycles.

The RFA has partnered with the Buffalo Chip since 2009.

This latest addition will serve as a powerful tool to educate consumers year round, not just during the annual motorcycle rally. This station will provide the highest octane available at the lowest price.

“The Buffalo Chip is the only location in the area that offers 93 octane. The 93 is achieved by adding 10 percent ethanol to standard 91 octane premium, and thanks to the cost savings of ethanol, 93 octane is actually cheaper than 91 octane.

View a video from the Buffalo Chip announcing the new station here.

Learn more about ethanol in motorcycles here. READ MORE

Sturgis Bikers Have New E10 Fueling Station  (Energy.AgWired.com; includes AUDIO)

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