Transform your GSD into a minivan with the Clubhouse+. Use it with the included seatpad and backrest to create a comfy, enclosed space for two kids. Swap out the seat cushions for a Eurocrate and it becomes a heavy-duty grocery hauler. It’s more fun than a car seat any day.

  • Comfortably carries two big kids from 5 - 10 years old, 110 - 140 cm tall (3'7" - 4'7")
  • Comes with seat pads and reclining backrest
  • Includes bar tape for added rail-padding
  • Includes Child Seat Expansion Bar to support one child seat in the rear position—may fit up to two compatible child seats
  • Designed with extended side rails for added hand protection
  • Converts in seconds to a heavy-duty grocery-hauler, built to fit a 600 X 400 mm Eurocrate
  • Includes four bottle mounts for water bottles, coffee mugs, and locks
  • Supports vertical parking when Flat Bar is used

Note on dimensions and weight: The Clubhouse+ measures 687 × 552 × 256 mm (w/ Flat Bar) and 795 × 552 × 256 mm (w/ Child Seat Expansion Bar), and weighs 2.77 kg (w/ Seat Pad and Flat Bar) and 1.78 kg (w/ Child Seat Expansion Bar)


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Max Dimensions (per unit)
687 × 552 × 256 mm (27 × 21,7 × 10,1 i)

Product Reviews

In terms of thoughtfulness and a wide range of accessories for a wide variety of transport tasks of families or freelancers, Tern is second to none. The Clubhouse Fort system has convinced us all the way in the real test and gets, in combination with the Tern GSD R14, the verdict "highly recommended"!

Pedelecs & E-Bikes

The Tern GSD S10 has a quaint appearance—but on closer inspection everything makes sense. This bike is well thought out, thoroughly styled and absolutely high-quality from A to Z.

LifeCycle Magazine

Just for [the GSD], a modular accessory system for the weather-protected transportation of children and luggage will be available from 2021: the Storm Box and the Storm Shield.


Tern now offer the Clubhouse fort accessories with the GSD, making a fully enclosed space which means at least the kids can stay dry even if you’re out in the rain up front.