CAKE Worlds Gotland
Gotland, Sweden. August 20th, 2022
CAKE Worlds Race 2022 finals on Gotland – silent, electric motocross – has been finished
A total 16 female and male riders representing 11 different nationalities competed
CAKE, the Swedish maker of premium lightweight, electric motorcycles, today acknowledged the winners of CAKE Worlds Race Gotland, held on Saturday in a tight track at Tjauls Gård north of Visby, Sweden, the finals of the global 2022 racing series. After a packed weekend of clean, electric racing, gathering world athletes, the top German motocross rider Mara Benecke, and Mike Giese, US professional mountain bike rider and ex-professional motocross racer ended up winners and CAKE One Design Race world champions.
- Women and men race together, but qualify to separate finals.
- All motorcycles provided by CAKE, the Kalk OR Race.
- Free entrance to watch the race at Tjauls Gård.
- The best female and the best male wins a CAKE Makka.
- Address to Tjauls Gård: Lummelunda, Tjaulsvägen 188, 621 71 Visby
The track & rules
The purpose-built track promises to deliver maximum thrill per meter, perfectly suiting the lightweight agility and performance of the CAKE electric motorcycles.
Find the results from the race here:
“Like nothing you’ve ever experienced before”
In a world where fossil-fueled racing has been in a steady decline for years, CAKE Worlds is the electric antidote. With our global motorcycle racing series, we aim to showcase how our silent, clean motorcycles literally can bring racing closer to our communities, lowering the bar of entry and widening the appeal for both riders and fans. But don’t take our word for it, this is what the world has to say about it.
Read the testimonials here
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