Tern Quick Haul P9 Performance is one of the most affordable models from Tern, the P9 is a Class 3 speed pedelec capable of 28mph (45km/h) top speeds. It offers a unique blend of utility, efficiency, and sport handling. The frame comes in one size and handlebar telescopes up and down, but does not fold. Two color options, hundreds of dealers in North America, extensive high quality accessories. Great side mounted kickstand, but you can upgrade to a center stand for added stability if you wish. Comfortable Velo saddle, locking ergonomic grips, and friendly flick bell included. Durable plastic chain cover and fenders with aluminum alloy core for added strength and durability. Excellent weight distribution; the motor and battery are low and center. Comfortable, puncture resistant, reflective Schwalbe Big Apple tires. Quality integrated lights are placed well, the rear light uses 2 LEDs for extra visibility and is very well protected by the utility rack. The bike can balance upright on the rack to fit in elevators and closets. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide good stopping power with 160mm rotors. Rigid steel fork is sturdy, but doesn’t offer the comfort of suspension. Bosch Purion display has a smaller screen with limited readouts and no smartphone app compatibility, but could be upgraded aftermarket. Lowest capacity Bosch PowerPack 400 is light and keeps the price down, but doesn’t go as far. Bike ships with the lower speed compact 2 amp charger.
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