UK stockists now have access to the first delivery of Tern’s Bosch-driven Vektron S10.
Retailing from £3,000, the electric bikes pack down to fit in most car boots (measuring 147 cm by 195 cm folded) and come ready to ride, with integrated Valo 2 lighting as standard.
Arriving in Spring of 2018 stockists will later have the choice of three alternative Bafang specced builds; the Vektron D7i, sporting a Nexus 7 speed hub, the Vektron P9, and the Vektron D8. Powered by Max Drive mid-drives, and equipped with 400 wh batteries, the bikes are ideal for the inner city and the hills.
Stock is said to be moving fast, but there is still good availability. UK shops can take hold of the bikes by calling the distributor Moore Large on 01332 274252.
In other news, Tern has just appointed Norway’s Evo Konsept as its new distribution partner for the territory.
“We’re thrilled to work with Evo Konsept, and bring Tern’s forward-thinking urban-utility bikes to Norway,” said Matthew Davis, Director of Sales & Business Development at Tern. “The Evo Konsept team have an unmatched understanding of the business ternbicycles.com of e-Bikes, whether service, support, or market development. Norway is on track for record e-Bike sales, and with the Vektron and GSD, we’re keen to take a key place in the market.”
A specialist in electric bikes, Evo Konsept has representation all across the country, as well as logistics set up for fast country-wide delivery.