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  • Tern Orox – Offroad E Cargo
  • rootes1
    Full Member

    Sort of think Tern should offer a non e version as well, but suspect the market would be very small. Still interesting bike..

    Orox

    https://www.ternbicycles.com/en/bikes/471/orox

    rootes1
    Full Member

    few models – 29er hub gear or derailleur or 27.5fat with same gear options

    TN-photo-OROX_R14_275-gen1-LR-profile-v02-weborox-2

    thepodge
    Free Member

    Can put this on the back of your Landrover Defender & park it next to your BMW R1250 GS

    tthew
    Full Member

    Sort of think Tern should offer a non e version as well

    I’m not a massive fan of e-bikes, but even to me that looks like it’d be hard work to pedal meat powered alone!

    stanley
    Full Member

    Can put this on the back of your Landrover Defender & park it next to your BMW R1250 GS

    Cheapskates… it’s now all about the BMW R1300 GS 🙂

    b33k34
    Full Member

    That’s great – I thought the GSD was the most exciting bike anyone launched in the last decade.  Properly unique at th time.  If you don’t need the fold then this is probably a better option.  Yes, it’s super expensive but they’re really well built.  there will be cheaper copy-cat products if it’s a success.


    @rootes1
    Where did you find the 29er option?  Tern site only lists 27.5 with the 29×2.6 rims and fenders as after market extras.

    some thought went into the sizing image.  I like that a lot.

    Screenshot 2024-02-21 at 12.22.48

    rootes1
    Full Member

    @rootes1 Where did you find the 29er option?  Tern site only lists 27.5 with the 29×2.6 rims and fenders as after market extras.

    shows this select your model bit at the very bottom of the page:

    orox3

    then models:

    https://www.ternbicycles.com/en/bikes/471/orox-s12-29

    and

    https://www.ternbicycles.com/en/bikes/471/orox-r14-29

    slowoldman
    Full Member

    I’m not sure I’d want to lift that over a deer fence.

    b33k34
    Full Member

    @rootes1 they’ve updated the site since I looked at it!

    avdave2
    Full Member

    I’m not sure I’d want to lift that over a deer fence.

    I think you just ride straight through it 😂

    benp1
    Full Member

    Having done a little bit of mild offroad on my surly big dummy, I would most definitely want to have an electric motor than go full acoustic

    It’s bloody heavy and any cargo is dead weight

    shedbrewed
    Free Member

    Having ridden off road with our GSD the larger wheel sizes and corresponding increases in tyre choice interests me but I feel the next ebike I buy will be a moustache etandem mtb.

    alpin
    Free Member

    I was going to say it doesn’t look that different to a Big Dummy.

    Taken my eBullit touring along gravel/fire roads. It was surprisingly OK.

    R&M do a full sus cargo bike. However the fork is pants and the cargo area is caged which limits what you can carry.

    dyna-ti
    Full Member

    Starting price at £5900. Seems a good price for what it is.

    I’d buy one if I were selling the Scott genius.

    920 ahem…

    matt_outandabout
    Full Member

    Having spent the last three days in Ghent and having borrowed the university janitors e-cargo bike for a wee spin, I’ve much want for such a practical, crazy and expensive bike….

    midlifecrashes
    Full Member

    Let’s see you put that in the bike cupboard of an Azuma train!

    Rather have a Fargo than a Cargo!

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