Swedish bike makers Cake is back with a new mode of transportation created as a follow-up to their KALK e-bike. The Osa is an electric and modular utility bike that is constructed around a forged, machined and welded aluminum frame. The bike's modular design uses a clamp system that accepts loads of attachments — from baskets to headlights and even a mobile workbench. Each bike has 14-inch wheels that were designed in-house with two different power options. The more expensive Osa + offers a range of up to 63-miles and can be recharged in just three hours and weighs in at just 145 lbs. Pre-orders are underway with deliveries expected to begin next March.