This is a nippy little bike […] It features a 20-speed drivetrain and is perfect for those seeking for a wide range of gearing when cycling in hilly places.
The key to any folding bicycle is the frame, and specifically, the folding joint at the heart of the frame. Done well, it locks the two halves of the frame together without any hint of movement or sound. It should be easy to operate and work flawlessly year after year. The OCL Joint does all of these things and is a new reference in folding frame technology.
The rear half of Tern frames use a patented 3D structure we call DoubleTruss to build in extra stiffness. It helps resist torsional forces so our bikes flex less. That means increased stiffness and much better power transfer from the pedals to the rear wheel. The proof’s in the ride.
Five patented technologies and unique manufacturing technology add up to the strongest, stiffest folding handlepost available. The Physis uses a special manufacturing process called 3D forging, which forms the post from a single piece of aluminum, eliminating all welds.
BioLogic Arx grips are quality, ergonomic grips designed to put your hands and wrists in a comfortable position. But they have a hidden secret—a 4/5/6 mm Allen tool hides in the right grip. It’s there when you need it, out of the way when you don’t.
Light and fast tires with enough volume to keep things comfy. Kojak’s are ideal for fast commutes or longish weekend rides.
Folding bicycles, with their unique geometries, pose difficulties for front shifting. TruShift Technology optimizes the critical elements so you get nothing but smooth front shifting.
With small-wheeled bicycles, you can’t simply slap on standard road gears and expect a proper gear range. We combine SRAM’s excellent X7 group with custom 55/42T FSA chainrings so you can fly on the flats.
A combination LED light and reflector sits up high on the rear of your saddle to make it visible to cars coming up from behind. The bright LED light lets you switch between blinking and steady modes.