Sweden-based Cake’s already made headlines for its oddball Kalk electric motorcycle, but its latest release is perhaps even more strange.
The new Cake Osa is sort of a sport utility motorcycle, but not in the way a GS or Africa Twin is; it’s not a big bike aimed at circling the world, it’s a small bike that’s aimed at doing lots of stuff.
The Osa is sort of an electric minibike, in that it’s small … but it’s still got decent power, as Cake says it can top 100 km/h in its highest-spec version, the Osa+. There’s a lower-spec Osa Lite that tops out at around 50 km/h for those riders without the need, the need for speed. And you can choose between two batteries; one’s rated at 1.5 kWh, the other at 2.6 kWh.
And then, there’s the “modular” design of the Osa. Cake says the machine is “an electric and modular utility motorcycle with off-road capabilities. The working bench & the power station on wheels.” And elsewhere on the site, “Thanks to the powerful battery with multiple outlets, its about a power station on wheels, taking you to wherever to execute, independently of the grid.