Cake has stolen the show with the KALK+, their interpretation of the electric bike which was the embodiment of performance in a Scandinavian design package. This time, they are back with a new model dubbed the Ösa+.
Unlike their previous bike, the Ösa+ is a utilitarian bike. It tries not to stand out but with such a design, we find it hard to do so. The bike is built around a 6061 aluminum frame which uses a modular clamp system that allows multiple accessories to be attached to it. Possibilities are so endless that you could even set up a mobile workbench if you'd like. It rides atop 14-inch in-house designed wheels that pair with 220mm discs both front and back.
The Ösa+ comes in two power trims, 1.5kWh or 2.6 kWh. The most powerful version offers a range of 63 miles that fully recharges in three hours. It has a 10kW peak power output and 7kW of continuous power which gives it a top speed of 100 km/h. Priced at $8,000, customers can expect to see this unique bike ship in Q1 of 2020.