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Tern to debut electric folding bike at Eurobike

Published July 6, 2016

TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — Folding bike maker Tern, which introduced its first diamond-frame non-folding urban bikes just before March's Taipei Cycle Show, is further diversifying its line with a Bosch-equipped electric folding model planned to debut at this summer's Eurobike expo.

"Our Bosch bike is a game changer," Tern founder Joshua Hon said. "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."

Details on spec and pricing were not available.

Tern marks its fifth anniversary this year, and Hon said the new e-bike is part of the brand's broader focus on the urban cycling market.

"Going forward, we're looking to orient the company squarely within the four categories of urban cycling: folding bikes, electric bikes, cargo bikes and urban lifestyle bikes," he said.

Eurobike is set for Aug. 31-Sept. 4 at Germany's Messe Friedrichshafen.

Topics associated with this article: Electric bike, Eurobike

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