CAKE, the Swedish manufacturer of lightweight electric motorcycles, recently held CAKEMA, a virtual event in lieu of the cancellation of the 2020 EICMA motor show to showcase 2021 model updates and share news around expanding CAKE’s international presence in racing.
If you missed the live event, click here to watch on demand.
The kalk platform features six bikes ranging from street-legal commuter motorcycles to race bikes.
All kalk models is engineered to promote performance on trail/enduro and free-riding in the backcountry. Kalk is introduced a new category and new industry standard of lightweight, electric, off-road motorbikes. The state of the art components is engineered and dimensioned to utilize the electric drivetrain and new category. The power-to-weight-ratio, powerful drivetrain and robustness enable riders to fly over trails, without disturbing or polluting.
The ösa platform features two models, the ösa+ is a street legal motorcycle, ösa lite the street legal scooter. Different performance, same great utility options.
The ösa is derived from the diversity of work and differentiated needs of the customer. What to bring and what to carry varies greatly between the office worker and the craftsman, and the roads toward the destination include highways and trails and everything in between. As a result, CAKE’s solution was to build an electric and modular utility commuter vehicle that serves a wider range of riders with off-road capabilities.
Bring what you need
Heavily influenced by the workbench, the ösa design features a large gray bar extending out from underneath the seat. This uni-bar, modular, clamp-on system serves as the heart of the ösa, allowing users to attach baskets, bags, tools and more to create over 1,000 different possible configurations.
Power what you need
It also features a powerful battery with multiple outlets, meaning the ösa doubles as a power station on wheels, enabling the rider to be completely independent, off-the-grid.