Going Carfree with Tern: Easier Than You Think

Going Carfree with Tern

Going carfree with Tern is easier than you think. And, if my neighborhood is any indication, lots of families are doing it. That’s because owning a car can be a costly endeavor: fuel, insurance, repairs. It adds up. Cargo bikes have gotten significantly better too.

If you’re considering the transition, this video from Ebiketips offers 5 tips The video features Tern GSDs.

Going Carfree with Tern is also possible with their other models, like the HSD. What Tern is doing with the HSD is making a just as capable cargo bike that can more easily fit on a train or  in an office. Consider it as a last mile solution for commuters who use transit then zip into town from a stop. HSD stands for haul stuff daily.

The HSD is a very capable e-cargo bike with less of a footprint. It’s also equipped with several safety features that make it ready for almost any situation. Those include

  • Integrated front and rear lights
  • Hydraulic disc brakes for all-weather stopping power
  • Puncture-resistant tires
  • Reflective decals.

The HSD P9 starts at $3,099. The HSD S8i costs $3,699, and the HSD S+ $4,999. Across the three bike models comes a variety of eight different color offerings including Shake Polish, Blue, Red, Limon, Matte Black, Tundra, Dune, and Tarragon. Learn more from Tern.

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