In celebrating its fifth year in business and 300,000th bike sold, Tern has revealed that this year’s Eurobike show will see the debut of a second electric folding bike.
The firm is tight lipped on detail at present, bar confirming a Bosch motor and an entirely new frame, but one source told CyclingIndustry.news this morning that “I can promise this will be as state of the art as this type of bicycle comes.”
Back in February, Tern founder Josh Hon said in this interview that urban bicycle design was a “blue ocean” and that his team would be diving in with new ideas.
Our Bosch bike is a game changer,” says Hon, teasing the launch. “With the industry’s leading folding technology, expert manufacturing partners, and one of the best pedelec systems in the business, something of this caliber has never been done before.”
At present Tern has one electric folder in its line, though largely not sold in the 70 countries the brand now calls home.
According to Hon, “Riders around the world are increasingly turning to bicycles as their full-service solution to transportation. And that means cargo bikes, dependable daily riders, and electric bikes that can easily tackle 25 km commutes are needed. With our expertise in urban cycling, we’re excited to bring fresh design and inspiration to the market.”
A recent relaunch of the firm’s website now means it is available in some 39 languages.
The firm will exhibit in Hall B4-406 and will sit alongside fellow folding bike label Bickerton Bikes.