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Tern GSD Storm Box

$359.90

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Description

TERN GSD STORM BOX

When combined with the Clubhouse+™ and Sidekick™ Wide Decks, the Storm Box transforms the rear of the GSD into a massive, weather-protected bucket. Two weather-resistant lids let you easily switch between carrying kids and hauling cargo. The water-resistant and lockable Cargo Lid protects your stuff from rain and prying eyes, while the Kid Lid cinches tight to keep little ones warm and cozy, even on bad-weather days.

Part of the Clubhouse Fort

The Clubhouse Fort for the GSD Gen 2 is composed of four different accessories, and the Storm Box is one of them.

 

  • Carry two young kids (in or out of child seats)
  • Carry up to 160 L of cargo—click here to learn more
  • Compatible with both the Clubhouse+ Flatbar and the Child Seat Expansion Bar
  • Includes a Kid Lid to help keep young passengers warm and dry
  • Includes a Cargo Lid to protect cargo from precipitation and prying eyes
  • Catches mittens, sippy cups, teddy bears, and anything else that falls from little hands while riding
  • Add the Storm Shield (not included) for even more weather protection
  • Requires Clubhouse+ and Sidekick Wide Decks on the GSD Gen 2

 

GET THE FACTS 

MAX DIMENSIONS (PER UNIT)
685 × 470 × 565 mm (27 × 18.5 × 22.2 in)
LOAD CAPACITY
50 kg (110.2 lb)
RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS
MATERIAL
Tarpaulin & Ripstop Nylon
WEIGHT (PER SET)
2.2 kg (4.9 lb)
VOLUME CAPACITY
160 l (9,763.8 in³)

Brand

Tern

In the fall of 2010, we established a team of people who knew a thing or two about how to make bikes. We saw an opportunity to form a new company and walk the hard path of starting anew. Once committed, the first step was finding the right name and identity for our fledgling brand. There were about a dozen of us, brainstorming poolside, in the backyard of a Las Vegas rental after Interbike. Our Art Director swung us back to a particularly inspiring quote of Yvon Chouinard, the founder of Patagonia, from the film 180° South: “The hardest thing in the world is to simplify your life. It’s so easy to make it complex. The solution, may be, for a lot of the world’s problems is to turn around and take a forward step. You can’t just keep trying to make a flawed system work.” The idea of turning around and moving forward to face the challenges head-on was compelling. It meant retracing some steps, but we would know where to expect the bumps in the road. The discussion kept coming back to the word, turn and all of its connotations, but the word itself lacked personality. With the beer and creativity flowing, a tangential discussion led us to names of migratory animals. After all, we wanted to change how people get around, so that category seemed a fitting source of inspiration. Serendipitously, an internet search found the world-champion of migratory animals to be the Arctic Tern. Being a homophone was already a huge plus, but the nature of the bird is what helped solidify the choice. The Artic Tern has innate characteristics that embody the company we envision.
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