Tern Vektron

$3400

All around the world, the way we get from A to B is changing. With the world on the cusp of auto-mobility, ride sharing, and the mainstream arrival of electric vehicles, it’s an exciting moment for transportation. To help drive this force of change, we developed the world’s most compact Bosch-driven electric bike. The Tern Vektron takes everything great about folding bikes—multi-modal commuting, portability for travel and storage—and accelerates it.

We have a Vektron on loan from Tern available for test rides until late February. Don’t miss out. The first shipment is almost sold out and there won’t be more until June.

Click here to schedule a test ride. Fee credited toward purchase of a new Vektron.

• Fits easily on buses and subways for electric multi-modal commuting
• Resizes in seconds to fit riders 147 – 195 cm (4’10” – 6’5”) so a single bike can be shared by the family
• Stores under a desk for convenient theft protection; no need to bring a heavy lock
• Getting out of town for a weekend getaway? Easily stash it in a taxi to the airport.
• German-engineered Bosch Active electric drivetrain—the industry leader in electric bike technology
• T-Tuned™ geometry for a full-sized ride and comfort
• Valo™ lighting system, with 150 lumens of power, for 24-hour visibility

Can’t wait? Can’t afford it? Get an electric folding bike today.

Vektron pre-orders
  • Thank you for your interest in the Tern Vektron. Let us know which option works best. We look forward to working with you.

Charge timeEcoTourSportTurbo
Start3111
1 hour34191413
1.5 hours48282321
1.75 hours54322623
2 hours60342624
Done62372927

Electric Bicycle Review – February 15, 2017

Tern Vektron Video Review – Quality Folding Ebike with Bosch Centerdrive

The Tern Vektron is a premium folding electric bike with Bosch drive system and leading warranty, sturdy and quiet with plenty of adjustability

BikeRadar review – February 9, 2017

The Vektron First Ride Review

Folding bikes have long been popular with commuters, city dwellers and everyone else short on space. E-bikes give folk a bit of help up the hills. So can the new Tern Vektron satisfy both target markets?

 

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