Swedish manufacture CAKE have entered the kids off-road e-motorcycle market with a new, full-fledged two-wheeler aimed at hooking the kids and rivalling the likes of KTM.

They’re calling it the ‘CAKE Kids Evolution Program’ and as you might expect, the goal is to encourage and build confidence on two wheels, while hooking young riders into their range.  The new electric dirt bike stands alongside two bicycles in a three-strong range for different age groups and skill levels.

CAKE have not released any technical details about this “Go” electric model except to say it is intended for kids from six years old and for sale at 3500 (USD and Euro).

From what we can see it has very similar credentials to other comparable bikes on the market including the Torrot electric motor (previously associated with the former GasGas), a tubular steel frame, telescopic forks, disc brakes and a 14-inch/12-inch front/rear rim size combination.

Check the short video:



Cake Go

From six years

€3,500 / $3,500

Cake Steady

16-inch single speed MTB bike

From four years

€400 / $400

Cake Ready

12-inch kick bike

From two years

€225 / $225



More information: www.ridecake.com


Photo Credit: CAKE