Kalk INK&

10 500 USD

from 1502 SEK / month* from 875 EUR / month* from 200 EUR / month* financing available from PayPossible*

The kalk INK&, the street legal sibling of its off-road precursor, the kalk OR, may look similar on the outside, but does have a few developments on the inside.

In full production. First come, first served. 4 weeks delivery time.

Order information

  • Select your bike model on this page
  • Choose your battery solution on, 1 standard battery or 2 batteries (1 standard and 1 extra spare battery)
  • Add the bike to your shopping cart.
  • Place your order.
  • A representative from the local office, based on where your shipping address is, will be in touch to coordinate shipping, delivery date, and to welcome you to the CAKE community.

Shipping information

  • Deposit 200 USD to be paid on order, remaining to be paid upon shipment. The bike(s) are shipped from our USA warehouse in Denver, CO, USA. Deposit 2000 SEK to be paid on order, remaining to be paid upon shipment. The bike(s) are sent from our global warehouse in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Deposit 200 EUR to be paid on order, remaining to be paid upon shipment. The bike(s) are sent from our global warehouse in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Contact us!

If you are a B2B customer, please contact us at andrea@ridecake.com and we will help you answer any question as well as help you place your order.

weight

Dry 66 kg + battery 17 kg
Max permittable load 180 kg (bike + battery + rider)

speed & range

Top speed: +90 km/h / +56 mph
Range:
Trail/Enduro riding: 3 hours*
Mixed city riding (WMTC-II): 83km*
High speed riding (70km/h): 35km*
* The actual range depends on a number of different aspects, e.g. riding style, rider weight, weather conditions, temperature, road surface and tire pressure.

drivetrain

Type: Direct drive, chain
Electric motor: Interior permanent magnet motor
Power: 10 kW
Torque (motor axle): 42 Nm
Torque (wheel): 252 Nm
Front sprocket: 12 teeth
Rear sprocket: 72 teeth
Chain/Belt: 420 chain with O-ring

battery

Cells: premium 18650 lithium cells
Voltage (nominal): 51.8 V
Capacity: 50 Ah / 2.6 kWh
Features: Removable, can be charged when installed in bike or separately
Built in SoC indicator

controller

Ride modes: 
1) Explore: The ultimate mode during exploration. Limited to 45 km/h with 3-4 hrs battery range
2) Excite: Enduro or active trail riding. 1-2 h riding time
3) Excel: Track and race mode, maximal torque and speed, riding time up to 1 h
Brake modes:
1) Freewheel
2) 2-stroke motor brake with energy regeneration
3) 4-stroke motor brake with energy regeneration
Features: Best-in-class power density and state-of-the-art motor control algorithms.

dashboard

Features: TFT display with battery SoC, speedometer, odometer, trip meter, ride mode selection, brake mode selection and telltales.

charging

Type: External charger from standard 110 V/220 V outlets
0-80%: 2 hours
0-100%: 3 hours

dimensions

Wheel base: 1310 mm
Seat height: 910 mm
Ground clearance: 300 mm
Fork angle: 25°
Trail: 87.4 mm
Offset: 22 mm in triple clamps, 36 mm in forks

frame

Build: 6061 aluminium - extruded, forged and CNC machined

front suspension

Upside down MX spring forks with rebound adjustment, specially engineered for kalk INK.
Travel: 200mm

rear suspension

Type: Direct mounted shock for simplicity and robustness.

brakes

Type: Formula motorcycle disc brakes, four pistons callipers. Hand lever for front brake, foot pedal for rear brake.
Disc: Stainless steel, 220 mm diameter, 3.2 mm thickness

wheels & tires

Hubs: Forged and CNC aluminium CAKE hubs with 25 mm axle
Rims: 19"x1.85” custom designed 7116-T6 aluminium motorcycle rims
Tires: 19"x3.00" dual sport motorcycle tires

handlebar

Material: Aerospace grade 7050 aluminum
Interface: 31.8 mm
Width: 800 mm
Rise: 20 mm

fenders & bodywork

PC/ABS plastic

regulatory

Classification: L3e-A1E (EU / Motorcycle (USA)**
License requirement: A1 (EU) / M1 (USA)**
*Note that all details are subject to changes.
** lights are subject to change based on local regulations around the world.
*** Refer to your state’s regulations for local definitions and classifications.