Tern is to mark its fifth anniversary with the launch of a Kitt Design collaboration, which has resulted in a new category launch for the folding bike specialists.
Set to be unvieled at the Taipei Cycle Show, the non-folding ‘Roji’ Bikes (Alley in Japanese) open a new chapter in Tern’s commitment to sustainable transportation. With 650C tires, and unique geometry, Roji bikes are specced for urban riding and Asian body-types.
Thanks to smaller wheels, they’re a great fit for tight spaces, and with simple 1×8 gearing, they’re versatile yet low maintenance. Roji bikes come in four models, the urban-styled RIP and Clutch, and the classically styled Rally and Gleam.
Now present in 70 countries around the globe, Tern has had a successful few years trading, raising some $150,000 in September last year to take forward production of the Cargo Node – a collaboration with XtraCycle.
Tern will be present on booth M1119 at Taipei Cycle. Stay tuned to CyclingIndustry.News for more from Tern shortly.
Pictured are the ‘Gleam’ (top) and Rally (below) builds