Two of the organizations that have weighed in on the ethanol-blended fuel distributed to gas stations around the country are the Renewable Fuels Association and the American Motorcyclist Association. The organizations have publicly disagreed on how ethanol-blended fuel is sold in gas stations and exactly how much should be allowed into the marketplace.
For the first time ever, representatives from both organizations come together to discuss, debate and clarify the topic of ethanol-blended fuels and more importantly, explain why their viewpoint makes the most motorcycle-sense.
- Peter terHorst and Rick Podliska represent the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA)
- Robert White represents the Renewable Fuels Association
- What are ethanol-blended fuels?
- How do they get to local gas stations?
- Which should be used in a motorcycle?
- The facts, fiction and wives tales of Ethanol-blended fuels
- What's next for riders and their choices at the pumps
There is a surprising amount of common-ground found in this discussion which reveals some promising possibilities. This podcast runs a little longer than our usual offerings, but its packed with essential and enlightening information from all involved.
Every rider in the United States should listen to this podcast.
Here are the articles and links referenced in the podcast;
- Clutch and Chrome Article - Bikers Need To Read This Before Filling Their Gas Tank Again
- Our follow-up article to the news learned in the podcast, 'How The Ethanol Debate Was Turned Around'
- American Motorcyclist Association
- Renewable Fuels Association
- Pure Gas website