Urban transportation specialist Tern announced an upgrade to its Vektron folding ebike lineup, with three new models. The new Vektron is equipped with the latest Bosch drive system, gets a re-worked frame and riding geometry, and is equipped with an ultra-robust rack that follows the lineage of the heavy-duty Tern GSD.
Tern is partnering with Bosch eBike Systems to enter the Japan market with the next-generation of Bosch eBike technology, showcased on an all-new folding e-bike. The concept bike is being presented at the Tokyo Motor Show. The event marks Tern’s entry into the Japan e-bike market. Likewise, Japan marks Bosch’s first e-bike market in Asia.
The GSD is an ebike that defines a new category: ‘compact utility’. The GSD is designed to carry two kids, a week’s worth of groceries, or 180 kg of total weight, but it’s only 180 cm long—shorter than a Dutch city bike.
Urban transportation specialists Tern Bicycles and leading electric drivetrain manufacturer Bosch are collaborating to create a compact and powerful folding e-bike. The best-in-class Tern Vektron promises to accelerate urban mobility as it can be rolled easily even when it’s folded.