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Tern Link D8 – affordable and reliable folding bike

The Tern Link D8 is the most popular folder in the Tern line, it offers a great versatile ride to suit any commuting needs. The Link D8 is both functional, and looks great with its glossy paint finish. It features the classic Tern folding hinges that are strong and make the fold quick and easy. The handlebar height is fixed and will leave most riders with a medium level riding position that is not too upright, but not quite a sporty riding position either.  The solid upright post is solid and responsive.

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The Link D8 offers 8 speeds, high quality components, and offers some nice bonuses like rear rack and fenders that are included with the bike. This bike may be the entry level Tern folding bike, but certainly doesn’t ride like one. It is a fast and smooth ride that is great for anyone trying to find something affordable and practical to commute in, or even just for recreational riding.

The Link D8 has 20 inch wheels, a high quality aluminum frame and fork, and a fast folding time of 10 seconds for those who need to be in and out quickly. It weighs 26 lbs with the rack and fenders on it, making it easy to carry up to your walk up apartment or into the office.

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The Link D8 is a great reliable ride that is built to last. It can handle any weather, terrain, and riding style. Tern’s patented hinges make for a quick and easy fold, making it a bike that can keep up with your busy lifestyle. It is also a great ride for your own recreation use,  with it’s comfortable seating position can make for a great ride to stroll around the park. If you’re looking for an affordable and reliable folding bike, then the Tern Link D8 is perfect for you. You can pick up a Tern Link D8 at or come by our shop at 1603 York Ave in Manhattan.

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Connor Sargent • October 8, 2015

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  • yogi oo

    Hello everyone wanted to know if it’s the same bike as the picture

    Thanks for the help 🙂