Cake Kalk electric motorbike

Cake Kalk electric motorbike

January 26, 2018

Cake Kalk electric motorbike

Cake Kalk a light and clean electric off-road motorbike, made for outdoor exploration.

The Cake Kalk bike, built for light off-road performance, uses an industrial standard IPM motor, customized for Cake and made in Europe.




It´s a 15 kW mid motor, powered by a 51.8 Volt, 50Ah battery for torque and range, conducted by specifically developed and tuned software, for the controller and dynamic performance.

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With the intention of simplicity, promoting easiness in terms of riding as well as maintenance, it´s a light bike weighing in at sub 70 kilos, using a single pivot direct drive, reducing the number of heavy and moving parts.
The suspension is specifically developed, by Öhlins supporting the category of hi performance at minimum weight.

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Nothing has been left aside and every part including axles, hubs, cockpit, sprockets and even the tires (to minimize wear and footprint of trails being used), have been explicitly designed and engineered for the ultimate experience.



The light and snappy ride, with it´s focus on off and on trail riding, in the outback, means that its main character is about torque and acceleration, while providing a quiet gliding and surfy experience.
Thanks to it´s digital pre setting it´ll let anyone fly at their own level.

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Weight: sub 70 kilos
Top speed: 80 Km/h
Nm: 42 on motor shaft
Range: up to 80km
IPM motor with direct drive
Kw: 15 peak, converted to hp: 16hp
Lithium Ion battery pack, at 2.6 Kw/h
The controller services 3 riding modes
Adjustable motor braking



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By | 2018-01-26T12:17:57+00:00 Jan 26, 2018|Categories: Vehicles|Tags: , |

One Comment

  1. Vitor Marques 2018/01/29 at 1:18 am - Reply

    In my opinion… the rear brake should be on the right foot as usual.
    The front mud guard should be on top as usual on motocross (this one seems a trial bike…)
    The wheels and tyres should be larger…
    The rest is seems very good!

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