To satisfy mobility needs on the battlefield, the Agurts military imported the ORV-M from Central Europe's largest vehicle manufacturer, Manfred. The ORV-M was a dual-sport motorcycle designed to enhance durability and increase market penetration. Simple and durable, the design sports low body weight, low failure rate and low maintenance costs.
After numerous adjustments on the ORV-M design, the Agurts military finally created a speedy, lightweight and operationally practical military motorcycle with an elite suspension system that facilitates smooth transport. The model was named Wildebeest WB3f.
The Wildebeest WB3f can weather rapid speeds in a variety of mountainous, desert and jungle terrains, and can withstand the impact of over 20 foot jumps. When deployed alone on the battlefield, they typically act as rapid transportation for weapons, ammunition and supplies across all types of battlefields and terrains. Often used in rapid attacks, reconnaissance and emergency responses, the Wildebeest WB3f has been widely distributed to various brigades of the Agurts military.