Cake’s latest Electric Bush Bike strengthens its anti-poaching initiative
The Ösa AP, introduced at the Outdoor Retailer Show in Denver last week, adds to the Swedish e-motorbike maker’s range for nearly silent anti-poaching movement aided by Goal Zero mobile solar charging to take the bikes deep into the bush.
Cake — the Swedish producer of premium, lightweight, electric motorbikes — introduced at the Outdoor Retailer Snow Show in Denver last week its Ösa AP, the latest model used by the company to promote its anti-poaching initiative started in late 2020. The AP (anti-poaching) version is engineered to provide wildlife rangers in Africa with quieter and more sustainable vehicles. The company claims that its agility, towing performance, cargo possibilities, and long product life will help increase efficiency, lower running cost, and haul all necessary equipment to remote locations.
The company calls the new AP model its “workbench and tow truck on two wheels” designed to haul heavy and bulky loads. Its design is influenced by that of a workbench and builds on a horizontal bar that stretches from front to rear underneath the seat.
This facilitates a modular, highly flexible, clamp-on configuration system that serves as the backbone of the bike. Users can attach baskets, bags, tools, and more to create several possible configurations. The Ösa also runs on a powerful battery with multiple outlets, meaning the motorbike doubles as a power station, enabling the rider to be completely independent and off-the-grid.
“Clean, durable, flexible, and built to offer fast and convenient transportation off-road as well as in cit
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