“Green Envy” is the successor of the KillaJoule, and it is being built to become the world’s fastest motorcycle. Full stop! Just like the KillaJoule, it is being built by me (Eva Hakansson), my husband Bill Dubé, and a team of volunteers. Bill and I are both mechanical engineers; I have a PhD in mechanical… Continue reading WHAT IS GREEN ENVY?
Want to make history? Want your name on the world’s fastest (electric) motorcycle? Want a super cool 3D printed scale model of the KillaJoule or Green Envy? Want to join a world class racing team? Want to inspire kids to study STEM? If so, you are in the right place! Click HERE to get to… Continue reading HELP US MAKE HISTORY!
KillaJoule would not be the world’s fastest electric motorcycle, and Green Envy wouldn’t be on its way, without these great partners that have supported the projects in different ways. We can highly recommend their products and services. Do you want to join this winning team and help us make history and get your name on… Continue reading PARTNERS & SUPPORTERS
“How does it feel running for a speed record?” That the second most common question I receive. The most common is “How fast is it?”. The speed question is easy to answer, the other question is much more difficult. The drive itself is really short, just a few minutes, but can be quite an experience.… Continue reading How does it feel setting a record?
The weakest link in all wheel-driven speed record attempts is a surprising and obscure detail – tires! Tires can be one of the main points of failure on all vehicles, but are specifically troublesome on extremely high speed, wheel-driven vehicles. Therefore, we are literally re-inventing the wheel for Green Envy! The very fastest cars are… Continue reading RE-INVENTING THE WHEEL!
Several of the parts on the KillaJoule are 3D printed, and even more of them will be 3D printed on Green Envy. The largest 3D printed part on the KillaJoule is the aerodynamic skin for the sidecar. You can read more about it below. We are also experimenting with a wheel with 3D printed rubber… Continue reading 3D PRINTED PARTS
I often gets questions like this one: “This racing seems very wasteful with travel, components etc. How can you promote low emission vehicles when you waste this much energy?” Here is my answer: You are pointing out a difficult balance and that it sometimes takes a little bit of “wasting” to generate much bigger savings.… Continue reading RACING AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Safety equipment and safe work practices Making things can be dangerous, that’s why you need to always consider appropriate Health & Safety principles. The Health & Safety laws varies from country to country, but the minimum requirements are to wear the proper personal safety equipment and to use safe work practices. This includes not working… Continue reading HEALTH & SAFETY