CAKE Announces The :work series – Electric Motorbikes and Mopeds Optimized For Mobile Workforces

CAKE, The :work series – an electric workforce bike, customized for the last mile industry.

The award winning, Swedish Electric motorcycle manufacturer, CAKE has just unveiled a brand new :work series of bikes at the International Motorcycle and Accessories Exhibition (EICMA), in Milan, Italy. Today, on the most important trade floor event for the whole 2-wheel sector – the company announces the :work series mopeds and motorbikes, aimed for last-mile deliveries and mobile workforces across a range of sectors.

CAKE has been pioneering with their platforms for customizable models, showcasing variants for specific needs in their award winners Ösa, and Kalk. With the latest Makka moped addition to their offering line. Ösa offers a unique modular platform to customize your ride, while the Kalk comes in several variants, made for a specific purpose, Like the Kalk AP (Anti Poaching) and the Kalk Race. The Makka is a light, affordable moped for city speeds.

All three of the model platforms were announced for :work series. The Makka and Ösa platforms are more utility oriented, with many personal assembly options for baskets, trailers, boxes tool hooks and more. The Kalk platform, utilized for example with the Kalk AP (Anti Poaching), the powerful off-road motorcycle is fitted for surveillance and security missions.

Check out the different specs and prices for each of the CAKE platforms here:

Cake Kalk – The performance off-road

Cake Ösa – The customizable utility bike

Cake Makka – The lightweight utility moped

The CAKE :work; new series, represents the agility of the platforms designed by cake, and the adaptivity to different uses and cases. Powerful and durable electric vehicles that were re-designed and developed for professional applications such as delivery drivers (food and parcel), craftsmen, and service professionals.

“The CAKE :work series offers the immediate potential of moving last-mile deliveries and mobile workforces away from traditional solutions for urban transportation, clearly exceeding the efficiency of both cars and bicycles, making this initiative our single most important contribution to date in speeding up the process towards a zero-emission society”,

“Any industry that handles large volumes of short-haul transportation of both people and goods understands the daily struggle with traffic jams, parking fines, and the need to find both economical and sustainable fossil fuel-free vehicles. At CAKE, we truly believe that the future for last-mile deliveries will be electric and run on two wheels.”

Stefan Ytterborn, founder and CEO of Cake.

CAKE for professionals 

The company has collaborated with different professional user groups, to design and develop the new :work series builds – on CAKE’s three existing platforms: Kalk (high performance off road), Ösa (modular utility bike), and Makka (urban commuter).

Optimizing power, reach, efficiency, and capacity, the adjustments and reinforcements specific to the :work series include an increased range, that allows the bike to run for the full working day, and power support which enables workers to power electronic tools or, for example, regulate the temperature of food delivery boxes.

Additionally, :work series bikes have an increased towing capacity as well as a more compact design, such as narrower handlebars, allowing riders to more easily weave between cars. CAKE is also offering a wide range of purpose-built accessories that will allow riders to customize their bikes, as well as 19 complete configurations.

he :work series is built to endure the demands of the working professional, offering a low total cost of ownership and, as a result, increased profit margins. Additionally, much like the other series, they are designed to have minimum impact on the environment. This makes it an ideal solution for last-mile deliveries (an industry which is expected to be worth over $200 billion by 2027), the e-commerce delivery sector (growing by more than 78 percent in 100 of the world’s largest cities), and food deliveries, which are predicted to grow by 60 percent. 

Source: CAKE

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