tern Quick Haul P5i
inclusa 19% IVA, più 0,00 € di spese di spedizione
- In magazzino, tempo di consegna 7-12 giorni
The Quick Haul makes doing stuff by bike practical, easy, and fun—so you’ll reach for it just about every day. It’s designed to help you carry passengers and cargo with ease, and it’s a joy to ride. A compact, space-saving design simplifies storage and transport.
The short, low-capacity rear racks found on most city bikes limit how much you can do by bike (and make defaulting to a car more likely). The Quick Haul features an extra-long rear rack with a 50-kg (110 lb) capacity, so you can do a lot more—from hauling groceries to giving your kid a lift to school. Add an optional front rack to do both at once.
The Quick Haul features the unbeatably smooth Bosch motor system paired with stable yet responsive geometry. The result: a bike that’s as fun to ride as it is useful. The cockpit offers a comfy riding position similar to your favorite hybrid or trekking bike—perfect for turning everyday chores into mini adventures.
Our philosophy is to keep our bikes on the road for as long as possible, not to create disposable products that are built to fail. We start with intentional design choices that make the bike serviceable and safe—and end up with a reliable vehicle you can use day in, day out. Then, we back it up with great local service and a 10-year warranty for peace of mind.
If you were buying a car, you’d assume your spouse, partner, teenager, and best friend could use it, too. The same should go for your e-bike, which is why we outfitted the Quick Haul with an adjustable stem and seatpost to fit riders 150 - 195 cm (4’11” - 6’5”).
Product Features - Tern Quick Haul P5i
- Bosch Performance Line motor provides up to 65 Nm of torque and 300% support
- 500 Wh battery for long range
- 1x5-speed Shimano Nexus hub gear with trigger shifter
- Cargo capacity: 50 kg on the rear rack, plus an additional 20 kg with optional front rack
- Ultra-low 490 mm standover height makes (dis)mounting and waiting at stops easier
- Shimano hydraulic disc brakes for reliable stopping power—even when heavily loaded and riding fast
- Proven safe and reliable: frame and fork are EFBE-tested up to the 150 kg (331 lb) Maximum Gross Vehicle Weight
- Max rider weight: 120 kg
- Max gross vehicle weight: 150 kg (Rider + Bike + Luggage)
- Suggested rider height: 150 - 195 cm
With outstanding performance and the most extensive service network, the latest generation of Bosch motors deliver not just a smooth ride, but also that extra peace of mind.
More Room for Cargo
With a heavy-duty, extra-long rear rack and an optional front rack, the Quick Haul can carry up to 400% more than the average city bike.
Best for Babies & Big Kids
The rear rack fits a child seat or “big kid” seating option. A low-to-the-ground rack keeps the bike from getting tippy when your child is on board. For more information on recommended passenger height and weight, check out our Passenger System Guide.
A longer wheelbase than standard city bikes and a lower center of gravity create a more stable ride, especially when carrying a load.
Low Step-Through Frame
Very low 490 mm (19") standover height makes mounting and dismounting safer and easier, even when carrying loads (plus, it’s wardrobe-friendly).
Easy to Store
The Quick Haul can park and roll vertically to fit in small spaces (including elevators). It’s got a footprint about the size of a potted plant.
Easy to Maneuver
The Quick Haul is shorter than a standard bike, so it's easier to maneuver through city obstacles, narrow spaces, and crowded places.
Fits the Family
The seatpost and Speedlifter stem move up and down so anybody from 150 - 195 cm (4'11" - 6'5") can adjust the bike to fit perfectly.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting persistent disturbances in global supply chains, the illustrations and equipment information may differ from the actual bicycles.
The manufacturer reserves the right to replace components with components of equal quality.
Meet the E-Bike for everyday life - The Tern Quick Haul
Tern Quick Haul | Owner Briefing