Tern HSD P9 (in stock)
€3,750.00 Incl VAT
“Many ebikes on the market look like standard bikes with motor systems and batteries wedged in,” stated Josh Hon, Tern Team Captain. “We started the HSD project with the goal of designing a better, more useful, ebike. That meant wiping away pre-conceived notions for things like frame design, riding geometry, and wheel size. The result is the HSD, a small bike that is just much more useful.”
Easy to Handle
Only 170 cm long, the HSD is shorter than a regular bike. It’s a breeze to handle in tight spaces and goes easily where other bikes won’t. The HSD flips up for convenient vertical parking and elevator rides, and can be flat-folded in seconds to go into bus racks and SUVs.
Ready to Haul
Despite its diminutive stature, the HSD is a mid-sized cargo bike with serious hauling capacity. With a maximum gross vehicle weight of 170 kg (374 lb) and an XL-sized rack, it’ll carry a week’s worth of groceries or camping equipment for the weekend. It even has a dedicated trailer hitch mount, so adding extra cargo is a cinch.
The Atlas H Rack is rated to 60 kg (132 lb) and compatible with many different child seat brands, including Thule Yepp and Bobike. An upcoming Passenger Kit will allow riders to continue carrying their kids as they grow older.
Comfier For Everyone
The HSD resizes in seconds to fit riders from 150 to 195 cm (4’11” – 6’5″) so everybody in the family—from teens to grandparents—can enjoy the ride. The new Easy-Step frame design offers a comfortable upright riding position for riders tall or small, as well as easy mounts and dismounts. Paired with an adjustable stem and seatpost, a suspension fork, and balloon tires, the HSD delivers a smoother and more comfortable ride even on the meanest cobblestone roads.
The HSD gets its genes for strength and durability from the GSD. EFBE Prüftechnik GmbH, one of Europe’s leading bicycle test laboratories, has tested the HSD frame and fork to 170 kg (374 lb) according to their own rigorous Tri-Test standard and the upcoming EN Cargo Bike standards. In addition, the HSD is equipped with several safety features that make it ready for almost any situation: integrated front and rear lights, hydraulic disc brakes for all-weather stopping power, puncture-resistant tyres, and even reflective decals.
Powered by Bosch
The HSD is powered by Bosch’s next generation Performance Line or Active Line Plus motors. The motors are smooth, silent, and deliver power with a wonderfully natural feeling. And of course every motor and battery system is backed by Bosch’s best-in-class warranty and service.
A Whole Lot More
On top of all the standard features mentioned above, different HSD models are also packed with extras like Gates belt drives, Abus keyed-alike frame locks, and Cane Creek Thudbuster suspension seatposts.
With a re-worked frame and frame geometry, the updated Vektron is now even better. The cockpit is longer for improved comfort for taller riders. The frame has been designed with additional forged and machined elements for additional strength without extra weight. The battery now reclines backwards, keeping the center of gravity as low as possible for superior handling. And the new design allows the Vektron to stand up vertically when folded, making it even easier to roll around.
Adapted from Bosch’s German-engineered automotive applications, the Active Drive Line drive unit can take you up to 25 km per hour and operates dependably—day in and day out. The new generation of the Active Line is also 28% lighter and 25% smaller than the previous one, maintaining its excellent performance and low-levels of vibration while delivering an even quieter ride with less pedal resistance.
The Purion on-board computer lets you switch between five different riding modes, and feeds you handy information like speed, battery level, and distance. It optimises shifting actions and constantly updates you on the remaining range. All tucked in a very robust design.
With structural cues from the heavy-duty Tern GSD, the new Atlas Rack has been massively strengthened and increased in size, with a load capacity of 27 kg. This reduces flex for more secure handling when the bike is loaded. Riding with your little one? Add a Thule Yepp Maxi or Nexxt Maxi child seat—no adapters needed. The Atlas Rack is also KLICKfix-compatible, and can hold panniers of different sizes—including the Bucketload Pannier, which was designed to fit every configuration of the Vektron.
- Bosch® Active Line Plus motor with Purion display
- 400 Wh battery for a range of up to 110 km (69 mi)
- Custom Suntour suspension fork
- 9-speed Shimano® Alivio Shadow RD derailleur
- Shimano hydraulic disc brakes
- Abus® keyed-alike frame lock
- Fits riders from 150 to 195 cm (4’11” – 6’5”)
- Fits one Thule® Yepp Maxi, Yepp Nexxt Maxi, or Bobike® GO Maxi child seat—no adapters needed