Cake Enduro Factory Team to use Bukk Power Light machinery in 2023 season

The new Cake Enduro Factory Team will partake in a limited schedule for 2023, before expanding internationally in 2024 with European and US races.

Cake Enduro Factory Team

Cake has launched its first factory enduro racing team, set to focus on enduro competition with a limited programme in 2023, before expanding in 2024.

The new Cake Enduro Factory Team (CEFT) will make use of the Cake Bukk Power Light for its racing activities. It has also signed Emilie Dahl and Robert Kvarnstrom as its riders. 

The 2023 season will see CEFT race a limited number of enduro events, although the exact races in which the team will compete are currently unspecified, before expanding into European and US competition in 2024.

Robert Kvarnström, CAKE Enduro team leader, said: “It feels amazing to finally start racing for CAKE. After the first Bukk test days, Emelie and I are confident, and our sole ambition is to simply win the races we're participating in. 

“Previous Kalk races have been met with different emotions from other race participants, and to continue racing for real is equally exciting and important to be able to influence a large portion of the moto community. People need to understand that motor power does not necessarily equate to fast lap times and this will become the perfect evidence.”

Stefan Ytterborn, CEO & founder of CAKE, said: “With the mission to accelerate towards a zero emission society combining excitement with responsibility, the racing scene has huge potential. 

“This initiative is crucial to have the ability to beat traditional motorcycles on their home turf, become a clear start for even looking at, considering and eventually even getting its first electric racing machine.”