When it comes to the e-bike space, there are few brands making waves as much as European startup Cake. What started with the Kalk Electric Dirt Bike evolved into the Osa Electric Motorcycle and now, a version of Cake’s Kalk Electric Motorcycle developed specifically for anti-poaching efforts led by the Southern American Wildlife College. This partnership is a joint effort between the Southern African Wildlife College, Cake Electric Motorcycles and solar power solution leader Goal Zero, which has led to the limited-edition fleet of 50 e-bikes you see here. Each bike has a top speed of 56 mph with a range of 3ish hours from your departure point based on the quality and durable materials that make up the bike. What’s more, each purchase reduces the price of additional or donated bikes so every purchase results in positive benefits for the charity. Worst case, you end up with a best-in-class electric motorcycle for all your daily tasks–and you do some good in the process.