Mit Eurer Unterstützung statten wir Wildhüter-Einheiten mit eBikes aus, die auf diese Weise in der Lage sind, effektiver gegen Wilderei vorzugehen.
The SunCycle is an electric bicycle made up of three crucial elements:
What further sets the SunCycle apart is the fact that it is completely solar powered, and running on renewable energy. The SunCycle is the most efficient, affordable and sustainable way of moving: Woohoo!
The SunCycle battery can be recharged, for free, at any one of our solar stations. We designed the SunCycle in such a way that we can quickly exchange your battery, so that you can keep on cycling to your heartâ€™s content. The charging stations also offer additional services such as mobile phone recharge, using the most sustainable energy source: the sun.
Want to learn how to design, build and maintain your own SunCycle? Join one of our SunWorkshops! Weâ€™ll show you everything you need to know about keeping your SunCycle fit, how to make the most out of solar recharge, plus a few dandy extras.
When we started work on the SunCycle design, our goal was to develop an affordable electric bicycle, so that everyone can join us to cycle (faster) towards a more sustainable future. This is still our main concern and we work hard to keep the SunCycle the most obvious option when making transport choices. And just so you know, the SunCycle is still way cheaper than the taxi!
We designed the SunCycle in the most uncomplicated manner, using the simplest technology possible, meaning that service and maintenance can be done by the customer himself. We strongly believe in the Do-It-Yourself mentality, helping the SunCyclist to better understand his/her product and save on expenses.
"You have no idea how magical a bicycle ride can be, until you've ridden a SunCycle!"
"Perfect to commute to work"
Save the Rhino Trust Namibia has worked tirelessly to protect the desert-adapted black rhino of the Kunene and Erongo regions.From the point of near extinction, the rhino population has rebounded, and SRT is proud to be part of this success. SRT operates in a remote, rugged area of more than a million hectares, with few fences, no national park status and no controls over who goes in or out. Working closely with the Ministry of Environment and Tourism, local communities and NGOs, our dedicated teams of trackers go out on daily patrols to monitor this last truly free-ranging population of black rhino in the world.