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Short Haul D8
Short Haul D8
Short Haul D8
Short Haul D8
Short Haul D8
Short Haul D8

Short Haul D8

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All bike purchases will be processed for collection at your closest (or favourite) Tern Dealer - see store availability below

- Colour: Satin Black
- Compact cargo bike that carries up to 50 kg on the rear rack, plus an additional 20 kg with optional front rack
- Create your ideal setup with different accessory options to carry your kid, your stuff, or even your dog
- Proven safe and reliable: frame and fork are EFBE-tested up to the 140 kg Maximum Gross Vehicle Weight
- Fits riders of different heights from 147 - 190 cm, weighing up to 120 kg
- Low standover height makes (dis)mounting and waiting at stops easier
- 1x8-speed Shimano Altus derailleur with trigger shifter
- Hydraulic disc brakes for great stopping power, even when carrying heavy loads

- Colour(s): Satin Black
- Weight: 16.1kg
- Load Capacity: 140kg
- Volume Capacity: n/a
- Compatible Bikes: n/a
- Compatible Items: Check Compatibility
- Frame Material: Aluminium


No. But don't worry, Tern also makes non-electric (aka analog) bikes that demonstrate the industry-leading functional design aspects just as well as our eBikes do.

Designed to carry cargo or to be portable for city living, a non-electric Tern bike might be exactly what you're after.

All bike purchases made through this store will be processed for collection at your local (or favourite) Tern Dealer.

Just like a new car that you wouldn't want arriving at your home for assembly, Tern bikes are functional vehicles that should be built and checked by professionals. Your local Tern Dealer is the best place to get started safely with your new bike.

If you live in an area outside our Tern Dealer network, or you cannot easily get into a store, please contact us at and we'll help you out.

Your bike needs tune-ups by an Authorised Tern Dealer and we recommend following your Dealer’s maintenance recommendations. If you’re not sure when to take in your bike in for service, here are tips:

  • Heavy Rider (>25km daily) - Monthly tune-ups
  • Frequent Rider (100km weekly) - Bi-Monthly tune-ups
  • Recreational Rider (once or twice a week) - Quarterly tune-ups
  • Light Rider (once or twice a month) - Annual tune-ups

When in doubt, contact your Dealer!