The Tern GSD allows a rider to store their bicycle in the back of their vehicle by making it easy to remove the seat and the handlebars

Tern, a bicycle company known for its versatile designs, has developed a new electric bicycle model called the GSD that can be quickly disassembled to fit into the back of a van. A single charge of the bicycle’s battery lasts for 150 miles with pedal assistance from the rider.

The frame of the GSD does not fold up, but the rider can remove the bicycle’s handlebars and seat in a few seconds to fit it into the back of their vehicle. The GSD can hold up to 400 pounds of cargo and has a variety of additional accessories, including a front loading basket, a rack for the back and two child seats. With an adjustable seat the rider’s height can range from 4’8” to 6’4”, making it accessible for an entire family to share.

Tern will feature the GSD in the Fall trade show Eurobike 2017 and make it available to the public at the beginning of 2018.

Tern GSD

Tern, a bicycle company known for its versatile designs, has developed a new electric bicycle model called the GSD that can be quickly disassembled to fit into the back of a van. A single charge of the bicycle’s battery lasts for 150 miles with pedal assistance from the rider.

The frame of the GSD does not fold up, but the rider can remove the bicycle’s handlebars and seat in a few seconds to fit it into the back of their vehicle. The GSD can hold up to 400 pounds of cargo and has a variety of additional accessories, including a front loading basket, a rack for the back and two child seats. With an adjustable seat the rider’s height can range from 4’8” to 6’4”, making it accessible for an entire family to share.