Link P24h

The Versatile One

The road less traveled can sometimes include some pretty big potholes, or in some cases, no road at all. The Link P24h is a versatile machine that’s prepared for all of your adventures, near or far. Whether you are heading out for a three-week ride in the Australian Outback or a picnic at the top of Ventoux you have a steady companion in the Link P24h.

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N-Fold Technology

The Faster Fold

Folding bicycle design hasn’t changed much in decades. N-Fold Technology is a small but important change that results in a faster, and more compact fold. N-Fold Technology includes new frame and handlepost geometries and spins the front wheel by 180 degrees before the central fold, resulting in a package 40 mm (1.5") shorter. Using N-Fold technology, our Eclipse and Castro bikes are only very slightly larger than the typical small wheel folding bicycle. Bicycles with N-Fold technology can also be folded – easily – in less than ten seconds.

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OCL Joint

Stronger, Better, State of the Art

The OCL Joint is a new reference in folding frame technology. It includes two new patents and everything we know about making the safest, strongest, and most durable frame joint.

  • Taller, Stronger, Stiffer — Making the hinge taller and moving the pivoting surfaces outward from the center axis more than doubles overall strength and stiffness and it’s a difference you’ll feel from your very first ride.

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DoubleTruss

3-D = Stronger

Folding bikes have a sometimes deserved reputation for flexy frames. All Tern frames feature patented DoubleTruss technology which turns the rear half of the frame into a three dimensional truss so that it’s much more resistant to torsional forces. That equals increased stiffness and much better power transfer from the pedals to the rear wheel.

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Physis 3D Handlepost

3D-Forged = Even Stronger, Stiffer, Better Ride

The Physis has quickly built a reputation as the stiffest folding handlepost on the market, but the Physis 3D takes it up a notch with 3D forging technology. The Physis 3D is forged from a single piece of aluminum. Only a small handful of factories around the world can 3D forge such a complicated, large piece. Welds are eliminated and material distribution optimized for strength. The result is a handlepost that is 2 1/2 times as strong as the original benchmark on rigorous EN tests.

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Andros Stem

Adjust to Fit

Your bike should adapt to your body and riding style, not the other way around. That’s why we developed the Andros, an adjustable stem that not only adjusts for height, but also reach. So whether you want your bars high and far, or low and close, the Andros will adapt. A single quick release controls both the stem and handlebar so it takes only seconds to get the bars in the position you want. The Andros features a patented TwinStem design, making it extra stiff and strong.

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BioLogic Arx Grips with T-Tool

Be Prepared

You know the feeling: you’re on a ride and you need to adjust something and discover that you’ve left your bike tool at home. BioLogic figured that if the most handy tools could be stashed on the bike someplace, it would be one less thing to worry about. So they designed the T-Tool – a special bar end plug and hex key tool that fit right inside the handlebar grip – invisible but always there when you need it. The patented T-Tool features 4 mm, 5 mm, and 6 mm hex keys built into one handy unit with a long leverage design for the 5 mm and 6 mm tools.

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BioLogic PostPump 2.0

Always Ready for Pump Action

If you’ve ever used a traditional bicycle mini-pump, you’ve probably scraped some knuckles or ripped a valve and uttered a few choice phrases while you blew out your arms. That’s why we love the BioLogic PostPump, a full-size floor pump that’s hidden inside a seatpost. It pumps a much higher volume of air and the pumping action is easy, just like a floor pump, because you are using your whole body. And because it’s hidden in the seatpost, it’s always ready when you need it. The completely re-designed 2.0 version is slick and has an integrated Schrader and Presta adapter.

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Ultra-wide Gear Range

Getting proper gearing on a small-wheeled folding bike can be tricky. The Neos Triniti drivetrain solves that, and then some, by combining an internally geared 3-speed hub with an external rear derailleur –- for 24-, 27- and 30-speed systems. The Neos Triniti drivetrain delivers a 578% range of gears. In real world terms it means that the Neos delivers a low gear as low as a mountain bike and a high gear as high as a road bike, with a better chainline. Another benefit is that the hub can be easily downshifted when you stop for a light (you do stop right?).

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Luggage Socket

Carry More Stuff

When you need to carry more stuff on your bike, just plug the optional Luggage Truss into the Luggage Socket that’s welded to the head tube of every Tern bike. The Luggage Truss works with any bag, basket, or rack with a KLICKfix adapter. The benefit of a frame mounted luggage system (as opposed to fork or handlebar mounted) is that it doesn’t adversely affect steering.

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Specifications

General Info
Color: (Black/Green)
Wheel Size: 20 inch wheels
Speeds: 24
Weight: 13.5 kg (29.8 lb)
Folding Time: 10 sec
Folding Size: 38 x 79 x 72 cm (15" x 31.1" x 28.3")
Frame Sizes: One size
Gear Inches: 21" - 107"
Distance: Seatpost to Handlebar: Min: 570 mm (22.4") Max: 680 mm (26.8")
Distance: Saddle to Pedal: Min: 700 mm (27.6") Max: 960 mm (37.8")
Suggested Rider Height: 142 - 190 cm (4'8" - 6'3")
Max Rider Weight: 110 kg (243 lb)
Miscellaneous
Bell: Dulcet, brass
Frame
Frame: Link, aluminum, patented OCL Joint and DoubleTruss technology, Igus bearings
Fork: Aluminum 6061
Cockpit
Handlepost: Physis 3D, Igus bearings, 4 patented technologies
Stem: Andros, 3Djust technology, Norglide bearings
Headset: Flux, cartridge bearings, dual-seal technology
Handlebar: Kinetix Comp, double-butted 6061-AL
Grip/Bars Tape: BioLogic Arx, lock on w/ T-Tool
Saddle: BioLogic Impel, chromoly rails
Seatpost: BioLogic PostPump 2.0
Seatpost Clamp: Syntace OverLock
Brakes
Front Brake: Kinetix SpeedStop V-brakes, Ashima noodle, stainless hardware
Rear Brake: Kinetix SpeedStop V-brakes, Ashima noodle, stainless hardware
Brake Levers: Avid FR5
Brake Cable & Housing: LiveWire 7.0, anti-compression housing, slick cables, DuPont L3 lubricant, alloy ferrules
Wheels
Front Hub: Kinetix Neutron, cartridge bearings, QR; BioLogic Joule 3 dynamo (option)
Rear Hub: Neos Triniti, 3 x 8 spd.
Spokes and Nipples: Stainless steel, brass nipples
Rims: Kinetix Comp, doublewall, CNC sidewalls, powder finish
Tires: Schwalbe Marathon Supreme, 42-406, RaceGuard puncture protection, Reflex
Transmission
Shifter(s): SRAM MRX Comp, 3 x 8
Rear Derailleur: Neos 3.0, forged aluminum, low-profile design, RapidRise
Crankset: Kinetix Supra, forged 6061 cranks, CNC chainring, CNC chainguard
Cassette/Freewheel: Shimano 8 spd., 11-32T
Bottom Bracket: Cartridge, sealed bearings
Chain: 8 spd.
Pedals: Right/QR, alloy body, anti-slip
Shifter Cable & Housing: LiveWire 7.0, sealed anti-compression housing w/ DuPont L3 lubricant
Extras
Kickstand: Premium single, aluminum
Clip System: Magnetix 2.0
Luggage Socket: Yes
Front Light: Valo 2, 41 Lux/150 lumens (Optional w/ dynamo)
Rear Light: Spanninga Premium, Dynamo LED with Standlight
Fenders: SKS Aluflex PET, stainless hardware
Rack(s): Spartan/Traveller Rack
RADtouren
February 15, 2014

"Die Neos Triniti-Schaltung ist das Beste am P24h" ["The Neos Triniti gear shift is the best part of the P24h]

"Toll ist auch der mit einem Handgriff stufenlos verstellbare Vorbau" ["The single handed adjustable stem is great"]

"An dieser Stelle übrigens ein Lob für die Tern-Website, die sehr detailliert auf jedes Rad eingeht" ["A big praise for the website which offers detailed information on every bike"]

"Super vielseitiges, sehr gut verarbeitetes Faltrad zum sehr fairen Preis." ["Super versatile, very well made folding bike for a very fair price."]

Turbo Bob's Bicycle Blog
August 2, 2013

"The more I ride the line-up of Tern folding bikes the more I like them. With sleek looks, a great feel and nice components, they really fill the bill in almost any riding situation. This new Link P24h has so many great features and highlights it’s hard to decide where to start telling you about them. "

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VeloVision
July 1, 2013

"There's a lot to like about the Tern P24H: the design quality, the lovely hinges in particular, its wide range of gears, superb adjustable stem, the rigidity under pedal pressure, the hub dynamo, the ergonomic grips, useful touches like the built in pump and Allen keys, and more."

biciplegable.net
June 28, 2013

"Pienso que ha sido un gran acierto fabricar esta bici con el cuadro en aluminio 6061, que es lo suficientemente resistente y ligero para una bicicleta de estas características. Conclusión La Link P24h me ha enamorado, es la compañera ideal para quien pretende tener una bicicleta plegable que le permita hacer rutas tan largas como desee y combinarla con la facilidad de poder meterla en un tren o avión y hacer el viaje perfecto."

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Turbo Bob's Bicycle Blog
March 22, 2013

"Modern folding bikes (the better ones) are rock-solid, fun-riding everyday bikes. Add in a reasonable price point and you have the Tern Link D8. Here is a bike you can enjoy and ride as your only bike in the stable. It’s light, stores and secures easily, has many gears and rides great. It fits a wide varieties of body sizes and styles. t looks sleek and has some nice pieces. It is just one great little bike."

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LondonCyclist.com
March 3, 2013

"I’ve lived with the Tern Link D8 for the last year, and put close to 1000 miles on it in total, so what has it been like? Well, it’s on road manners are surprisingly full-size bike like. I’ve never noticed any instability from the front-end, and the rear of the bike is planted even in the worst conditions. It really is a nice ride."

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Piciplegable.net
January 27, 2013

"Si tomamos el número de velocidades, los modelos comparables en otras marcas, superan en casi 100 € el precio de la D8, por tomar un punto de referencia. La Link D8 es una bicicleta magnífica en cuanto a relación calidad / precio."

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Folding Bikes
January 26, 2013

"In the folding bike world, if you’re looking for a multifunctional, affordable, durable bike the Tern Link D8 is a great choice. The comfort and ride is great whether it’s your first time on the bike or whether you’ve been using it for months. I’ve had a blast using my bike instead of the bus at Duke, and it’s led to some great conversations with people I never would have met otherwise."

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Men's Journal
October 1, 2012

"Think choosing a space-saving, easy-carrying fold-up bike presents to many compromises? Test drive this aluminum-framed folder, which boasts the solid ride of a full size bike-and the gadgetry of one, too."

The Samosaurus Chronicles
September 26, 2012

"I see the future in Tern Bicycles as the company continues to progress with their award-winning designs. As for the Link P9, this is one bike that you can use for your daily exercise, short distance commute and it has the capabilities of being upgraded for touring and bikepacking. For its firmness, solid lock-up and handling, I would give this bike a two thumbs-up."

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