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Cake built a version of their Kalk electric motorcycle for anti-poaching efforts

The limited edition will be offered in a charitable bundle that will donate one bike to the South African Wildlife College.
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Cake Kalk AP

Cake has launched a new limited edition version of its Kalk electric motorcycle that has been designed specifically for rangers involved in anti-poaching efforts in Africa. The Kalk AP features a drivetrain and suspension with extra sealing, a modified suspension for low maintenance, Trifilon biodegradable polymer fenders, modified drivetrain software for enhanced torque, a new riding mode with higher top speeds, and a detachable headlight. The Kalk AP will be sold in a pair that includes two bikes with one bike to be donated to the Southern African Wildlife College. This bike will also be sent with a solar power station and solar powers from Goal Zero. 


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