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CAKE INK

Cake INK electric moped 11,000 watt
Cake INK electric moped 11,000 watt 85
Cake INK electric moped 11,000 watt 85
Cake INK electric moped 11,000 watt 85
Cake INK electric moped 11,000 watt 85
Cake INK electric moped 11,000 watt 85
Cake INK electric moped 11,000 watt 85
Cake INK electric moped 11,000 watt 85
Cake INK electric moped 11,000 watt 85
Battery18650 Lithium
Range83 km
Charge Time3 hours
Power11 kW (14.8 hp)
PriceNZ$15.928¢
Removable battery
made in Sweden  

Specifications

BrandCAKE
ModelINK
SpeedMotorcycle
Power11 kW (14.8 hp)
Weight60 kg
Battery18650 Lithium
Battery Life2,500 cycles
Range83 km
Charge Time3 hours
80% after 2 hours
 

The INK is an electric cross motorcycle by electric moped manufacturer CAKE from Sweden. The company is derived from the passion for gravity sports and is dedicated to the category light electric off-Road Motorbikes (L.E.Os.).

The name Kalk is derived from kalksten, the limestone bedrock of the Swedish island of Gotland, where CAKE’s test grounds are located.

The Kalk INK is a lower cost variant of the popular Kalk OR that is designed for freeride style driving.

Kalk INK is based on the technology developed for the performance-oriented Kalk OR, featuring the same powerful drivetrain, battery, and robust 6061 aluminum frame/swingarm. Just like Kalk OR, Kalk INK is also strongly influenced by downhill and enduro mountain bikes, in both its ride feel as well as its handling characteristics. While the Kalk OR is designed as a feather-light, precision-oriented motorbike delivering uncompromised off-road performance, the Kalk INK is purpose-built for silent and uncomplicated free-riding through the backcountry and beyond.

The Kalk INK has a 11,000 watt electric motor with 280 Nm torque. The top speed is dependent on the gear configuration and is +100 km/h.

Kalk INK batteryThe moped has a 50 Ah Lithium battery for a range of 80 km. The battery is of the same type as the batteries in the Tesla Model S. The battery is suitable for use in cold and hot environments (-20°C to 55°C).

The moped is available in any color.

The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

 

2021 CAKE models

APKalk AP electric motorcycle 11,000 watt 100
NZ$41.915
18650 Lithium
80 km
Kalk&CAKE Kalk& (and) electric cross motorcycle 10,000 watt 100
NZ$23.472
18650 Lithium
80 km
Kalk ORCAKE Kalk OR electric cross motorcycle 11,000 watt 100
NZ$21.796
18650 Lithium
80 km
INK&Cake INK& electric moped 11,000 watt 100
NZ$17.604
18650 Lithium
83 km
INKCake INK electric moped 11,000 watt 100
NZ$15.928
18650 Lithium
83 km
Ösa+CAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 100
NZ$10.898
2170 Lithium
100 km
Ösa LiteCAKE Ösa electric moped utility work bench 10,000 watt 100
NZ$7.545
2170 Lithium
120 km
 

Distributor

CAKE
Hammarby Fabriksväg 43
120 33 Stockholm
Sweden

Email: hello@ridecake.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/ridecake

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