When we talk about Tern, it is usually about their e-bikes. But while looking into their new HSD, I came across the BYB, a very interesting folding bike, developed for the multi-modal market. Josh Hon, Tern Team Captain, explains: “Some people might find it a bit surprising that we’re launching a non-electric bike since the trend is going to electric,” continued Hon. “But we see micro-mobility as a continuum of different types of trips and different sorts of mobility options. An ebike lets you do the entire trip by bike and skip cars and public transport. But for many people, public transport is still the fastest and most cost-efficient option, and all they need is a last mile mobility device to get them to and from the station. Others might work in a city center that is car-restricted. For such short trips, people don’t need electric—they need a mobility device that packs small and isn’t a hassle to move and store. Hence the BYB.” This bike addresses a lot of the problems that people who have folding bikes will recognize. It has 20 inch wheels, which is larger than those on a lot of folders, including Bromptons or my Strida. In fact, th...