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eRanger: Motorcycle Ambulance Manufacturer

17
April
2009
  Posted at 08:37:38 AM
  File under  Special-Bikes Sidecar
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

If you remember the article from 2 weeks ago about motorcycle ambulances in the Sudan {link}, then you may be interested in the manufacturing company. Yes, like for anything in life, there's always a company that makes it. Ditto for motorcycle ambulances.

UK based eRanger Open link in a new window is specialized in the production of motorcycle ambulances. They are generally based on the Chinese Jialing Open link in a new window JH125 and JH200 motorcycle, equipped with a sidecar. The sidecar is the part where the patient sits/lies. There's even a full tent enclosure so that they do not have to suffer from the dust and rain.

eRanger motorcycle ambulance

The Jialing JH125 and JH200 are not necessary, since the sidecar can be adapted to most kind of motorcycles found in any part of the world, but they are strong, cheap and available.

eRanger also have other uses for their specially converted motorcycles; mobile medical clinics (for immunization), emergency water unit (for turning contaminated water into drinkable water) and even a mobile school unit (with TV, VCR etc). They also make models for entrepreneurs, like a mobile mobile phone shop, garden maintenance and pool cleaning units.

eRanger also train their users on how to ride the motorcycle and how to maintain it.

eRanger motorcycle ambulances

Part of the mission for the production of eRangers motorcycle ambulances was to provide a cheap ambulance for remote parts of Africa. A standard 4 wheel ambulance is mostly unaffordable, and can often not access remote parts. The eRanger ambulance costs about US$ 6,600, so not too expensive for any humanitarian or medical organization. The units are manufactured in South Africa.

This looks like a real useful product, simple but robust, and one that saves a lot of lives.

Click here to read more about them, and see many more photos of their products Open link in a new window. (Thanks Pete)





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