NOTE: Orange color no longer availableIf you've got an appetite for speed, or need a super light folding bike, we've got a the one for you. The Tern Verge X10 has a one track mind - going fast. With ultra-light wheels and a 10 speed drive train, this finely tuned folding bike will get you where you're going quickly and in style.
Simplicty and light weight come together for the Tern Verge X10. It's a very easy bike to carry up stairs or lift into the trunk of a car.
The Tern Verge X10 is light-weight and folds down in 10 seconds, a perfect solution for your mass transit commute. With the lightweight wheels and 10 speed gearing, you'll cover your commute to the office (or lap around the park) in less time.
Features of the Tern Verge X10:
The Tern Verge X10 is the bike you want if you've got speed on the brain. If you're doing laps in the park or high-speed group rides, the Tern Verge X10 will amaze you with its quickness and responsive handling.
For a folding bike, the Tern Verge X10 is a masterpiece. It's a high performance folding bicycle that's fast and portable, loaded with excellent components. If you're in need of a super light, quick, and nice looking bike, the Tern Verge X10 is for you.
|WHEEL SIZE:||20 inch wheels|
|WEIGHT:||9.7 kg (21.3 lbs)|
|FOLDING TIME:||10 sec|
|FOLDING SIZE:||38 x 79 x 72 cm|
|FRAME SIZES:||One size|
|GEAR INCHES:||28 - 93|
|DISTANCE: SEATPOST TO HANDLEBAR:||Min: 54 cm Max: 68 cm|
|DISTANCE: SADDLE TO PEDAL:||Min: 66 cm Max: 93 cm|
|SUGGESTED RIDER HEIGHT:||142 - 190 cm|
|MAX RIDER WEIGHT:||110 kg|
|FRAME:||Verge, hydroformed 7005-AL w/ smooth TIG welding, patented OCL Joint and DoubleTruss technology|
|FORK:||Aero, aluminum, 6061-AL|
|HANDLEPOST:||Physis T-Bar, 2D forged aluminum, 4 patented technologies|
|HEADSET:||Flux Pro, angular contact cartridge bearings, Tri-seal technology, machined aluminum cups|
|HANDLEBAR:||Kinetix Pro, double-butted 7050-AL, for VRO|
|GRIP/BARS TAPE:||Ergon GX1, Leichtbau|
|SADDLE:||Kore Road Performance, SL foam, hollow cro-mo rails|
|SEATPOST:||Stasis by Syntace, 7050-AL, hard-anodized|
|SEATPOST CLAMP:||Syntace, stainless bushing|
|FRONT BRAKE:||Kinetix Pro, Ashima Aero CNC cartridge brake shoes|
|REAR BRAKE:||Kinetix Pro, Ashima Aero CNC cartridge brake shoes|
|BRAKE LEVERS:||Avid Speed Dial 7|
|BRAKE CABLE & HOUSING:||LiveWire 7.0, anti-compression housing, slick cables, DuPont L3 lubricant, alloy ferrules|
|FRONT HUB:||Kinetix Pro by American Classic, stainless steel cartridge bearings, ultralight 58 gram design|
|REAR HUB:||Kinetix Pro by American Classic, stainless steel cartridge bearings, ultralight 205 gram design|
|SPOKES AND NIPPLES:||Kinetix Pro by Sapim, super-light, double-butted, Polyax nipples|
|RIMS:||Kinetix Pro, Niobium alloy, matte anodized finish, laser-etched graphics|
|TIRES:||Schwalbe Durano, 28-406, foldable Kevlar bead, Dual Compound Silica casing, RaceGuard anti-puncture protection, 120 psi|
|SHIFTER(S):||SRAM X7 trigger, 10 spd.|
|REAR DERAILLEUR:||SRAM X9|
|CRANKSET:||FSA Gossamer custom for Tern, MegaExo, 55T|
|CASSETTE/FREEWHEEL:||SRAM 10 spd., 11-36T|
|BOTTOM BRACKET:||FSA MegaExo|
|PEDALS:||MKS EZY QR|
|SHIFTER CABLE & HOUSING:||LiveWire 8.0, sealed alloy ferrules, DuPont L3 lubricant|
|CLIP SYSTEM:||Magnetix 2.0|
|REAR LIGHT:||BioLogic TailLight|
Your Tern folding bike is more than just a way of getting around, it's a whole way of living. There are many things that can make that life easier and more fun - especially if you ride a lot. Whether you need to travel with your Tern Bicycle or just store it while at work Tern accessories can help you out.
It's always good to do research before buying a folding bike, especially if you don't have a chance to ride it before buying. The best way to get the real story on Tern folding bicycles is by reading this collection of reviews that we've gathered together.
This section covers everything from first impressions reviews of individual Tern bicycles to comparisons between several different models. Read up and learn the real story!
The Verge X20 climbs and descends beautifully. Except for really fast paced or high mile road rides, I can't see missing my road bike. This is more than I ever expected from any commuter bike or, much less, a folding bike. This review covers everything from specs to ride quality. It really is the best Verge X20 review out there.
Last week I borrowed my roommate's Tern Link P9 folding bike and joined him and his father for a 14 mile joy ride around the suburbs of Boston. My roommate, Anthony, and his father are both bike enthusiasts and at first I was a bit worried that I wouldn't be able to keep up with the father son duo. I had never ridden a folding bike before and was thinking that it might be hard to keep up with a normal road bike, but... read Jack's Tern Link P9 Review for more.
The Tern Link D8 is probably our most popular Tern folding bike. It has fenders and a rear rack so it's pretty well setup for every day riding. With puddles on the ground you can be assured your clothes will remain dry. The Link D8 is the least expensive Tern which still uses the high quality Tern Bike hinges.
With so many to choose from it can be difficult to figure out which Tern Link folding bike is for you. This line of Tern bikes is meant to be used for commuting, leisure rides, and generally casual riding. Reading this Link bike comparison by Seth Workheiser will help you decide which Tern Link is for you.
We asked Sam Joslin to write an industry insider review of the Tern Bicycle line, comparing it to Dahon Bicycles. What we got back was better than we could have hoped, a real objective look at the two companies and what makes a Tern bike different from a Dahon. If you're curious about the differences give this review a read to learn more.
This first impressions review of the Tern Link P9 doesn't go into technical details, it's from the perspective of someone who's just encountered the folding bike. You'll find no technical references to OCL Joints or whatever (though another review might be good for that too!) - just an honest report of what the reviewer thought of when he wrote this Tern review.