Tern Bikes is known for selling bikes for all kinds of riders, built for everyday life. From e-bikes to cargo bikes and city commuters, each is designed to make your daily ride a bit more enjoyable – no matter what you’re carrying. The latest option is called the Quick Haul, a simple yet robust ebike that can carry up to 330 pounds.
It’s small and unassuming, yet strong enough to be a daily go-to bike that is capable of getting big jobs done. A week before its launch date, my family and I had the opportunity to put a Quick Haul through our own daily grind. From daily preschool drop offs, to big grocery buys and around-town errands, we put the carrying capacity to the ultimate test. From the outset, the bike is super fun and easy to ride. The low step-through along with a simple and toolless way to adjust both the seat and handlebar height made it seamless to switch out riders. With a hefty weight limit of 330 pounds, I was able to carry my 40-pound kid plus a week’s worth of groceries on the back with no problems. Because I don’t live in a city with subways or elevators, I did not get to test the maneuverability of it, however, I did notice that it was much more nimble and shorter in length than my other cargo bikes. Tern bikes are known for being able to store easily, and the Quick Haul is no different, when […]