Cake’s Makka Is An Ultra-Utilitarian, Modular, Lightweight Electric Motorcycle

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After the success of its utilitarian Ösa range, Swedish electric motorcycle firm Cake has returned to the drawing board to deliver an even more practical and affordable utility-focused ebike with the all-new Makka lineup.

In typical Cake fashion, this new model tips the scales at an ultra-svelte 132lbs and is available in two versions, the Makka Flex and the Makka Range. Both models sport the same outward appearance and bevy of accessory and attachment points — including passenger seats, cargo bins, and cargo racks — though the Flex-spec has a 28mph top speed and a 30-mile range while the Range variant packs a 15mph top speed and 35-miles of autonomy per charge. What’s more, both of these knobby-tired ebikes are fully street legal in the US and Europe and are equipped with a full suite of LED lighting. Other highlights include custom wheels, regenerative braking, a TFT display, multiple ride modes, and a 0-80% charge time of just two hours. Offered in gray or white color options, the Cake Massa Flex and Massa Range are both available for preorder now on the company’s website, linked below.

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