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Briggs & Stratton Supermileage video

July 1, 2020

The objective of the competition is to provide Career Technical Education students and MTEEA Clubs with a challenging project that allows practical experience in design, fabrication, and testing. This is exactly what the STANDARDS FOR TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY from the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association are all about!

In an effort to increase support for and promotion of Technology Education, public awareness in the area of fuel economy and student involvement, MTEEA will hold the Supermileage Challenge, a fuel economy competition for technology students every spring. Competing students and clubs will be challenged to build a one-person, fuel-efficient vehicle powered by a single cylinder four-stroke cycle engine. The 32nd annual competition will feature vehicles competing in Stock, Modified, E-85, Urban Concept and Plug in Electric classes.

Schools new to the competition are limited to one Stock Class entry their first year. Returning schools are recommended to limit their team to two vehicle entries for their second year and may compete in any of the five classes. Schools entering for the third time may enter three vehicles.  Schools returning for a fourth year, or more, may enter four vehicles. Stock, Modified, Urban Concept, E-85 classes and Plug-in electric vehicles each compete in a separate class.

This competition is open to entries from Industrial Technology Education classes and student clubs from Minnesota schools. Advisors must be a current MTEEA member by February 28, 2021.

Supermileage Challenge has a Facebook page to assist in reminders and rules clarification and should be used as the primary method of communication on technical questions from students.

To enter the 2021 Supermileage Challenge, you must complete the INTENT TO ENTER form (Word) (PDF) and return it along with the ENTRY FEE by November 30th, 2020. This form can be downloaded in Word or PDF using the above link.

There are NO rule changes from the 2019-2020 rules. Teams that were registered for the 2020 event will not need to pay for properly registered cars. Please Email your 2021 intent to enter and any questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

All items must be received by the due date!

Send everything to:
Luke Becker
Braham High School
531 Elmhurst Ave S
Braham, MN 55006

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