Aventon e-Bikes: The Gift That Gets You There

Aventon Bikes seem to have a bike for any situation. The e-bike brand has spent years developing sharp-looking, high-performing bikes that offer rock-solid platforms for riders who stick to urban commutes, adventurers looking to get off the beaten path, and even thrill seekers who are ready to keep going where the trail stops.

This holiday season comes on the tail end of a year in which Aventon has further refined some of its most popular models, and there’s sure to be some big savings just around the corner for those keeping an eye out.

The brand is already offering free shipping on all accessories throughout November.

Whether buying for yourself, a newcomer to cycling, or a hardened pedal-pusher who’s finally ready to let the bike do some of the work, Aventon probably has the bike you’re looking for.

Aventure: The Off-Road Warrior

Versatility and performance are two pretty big boxes Aventon checks off with all of its models, but the Aventure is a cut above the rest in terms of where the bike can go.

Aventon Aventure.

The Aventon Aventure features a suspension fork and fat tires that make it ideal for tackling trails; (Photo/Aventon)

Featuring fat tires and a suspension fork to tame chunky terrain, the Aventure is all about adventure. The bike features a 750w motor paired with a 720Wh integrated battery that powers up to a top speed of 28 mph and a range of 45 miles on a single charge. It comes in two frame options, including a step-over and step-thru design.

The Aventure also includes five levels of pedal assistance, along with a throttle option for riders who want to coast across the countryside. It features a backlit color display with app sync capabilities that make monitoring speed, battery power, and other metrics easy.

The Aventure goes for an MSRP of $1,999. Right now, it is available for $100 off. In the step-over build, it comes in Sand, Camouflage Green, and Fire Black. The step-through comes in Sand, Camouflage Green, and Glacier Red.

Level.2: The Cool Commuter

Aventon’s Level.2 commuter is the brand’s flagship commuter bike that recently received updates that give it a considerably longer range and more integrated tech features.

Aventon Level.2.

The Aventon Level.2 commuter bike has a 60-mile range; (Photo/Aventon)

The latest features that come standard on the Level.2 include a torque sensor that improves power delivery over its predecessor. It also comes equipped with integrated head and tail lights for safer travels in urban environments.

With commuting in mind, it features a rear rack for storage and front and rear fenders to keep riders free from road debris.

The Level.2 includes an integrated 48v, 500w brushless hub motor that can push the bike to a max speed of 28mph and an average distance of 60 miles.

The bike goes for an MSRP of $1,949. The step-through option comes in Polar or Himalayan. The step-over option comes in Clay or Glacier.

Pace 500.2: Built to Cruise

With a relaxed, upright geometry and swept-back handlebars, Aventon’s Pace 500.2 boasts peak comfort without skimping on power and style. The Pace 500.2 comes in either step-over or step-through options for riders who don’t want to mess with stepping over a top tube every time they mount or dismount the bike.

 

Aventon Pace 500.2.

The Aventon Pace 500.2 features a comfortable geometry and adjustable handlebars; (Photo/Aventon)

The Pace 500.2 has a maximum speed of 28 mph and includes integrated head and tail lights along with a fully integrated battery with an average range of 40 miles.

The bike also is Aventon’s only offering that features an adjustable stem that allows riders to raise or lower their handlebars to find a truly tailored fit.

The Pace 500.2 goes for an MSRP of $1,699. The step-over model comes in SoCal Sand or Midnight Black, while the step-through model comes in Ghost White or Celeste.

Sinch: The Fat, Folding Trail Bike

Aventon’s Sinch platform is a truly unique electric bike. For starters, it folds down small enough to easily stow in a closet, trunk, or desk like any great commuter bike. Where the Sinch departs is in its imposing 4-inch fat tires and suspension fork that make it a dream to take onto technical off-road terrain.

Aventon Sinch.

The Aventon Sinch is a folding fat-tire bike that is as trail worthy as it is compact; (Photo/Aventon)

As with the previous models, the Sinch also comes in a step-through option. It can be outfitted with fenders, racks or anything a rider needs to conquer the commute, local mountain bike trails, or anything in between.

The Sinch incorporates a fully integrated battery and rear-hub motor that can take off at speeds of up to 20 mph and an average range of 40 miles on a single charge.

Aventon Sinch step-through.

The Aventon Sinch step-through is easier to mount and dismount; (Photo/Aventon)

The Sinch goes for an MSRP of $1,799. The step-over model comes in Cloud Grey, while the step-through option comes in Moss Green or Bonfire Red.

Soltera: The dedicated city carver

The Soltera brings a breath of elegant simplicity to the Aventon lineup in the form of a sleek, fully rigid rig that is primed and ready to slice through the city. The Soltera has a no-hassle single-speed option or a seven-speed option for those who still long for more gears to get through climbs or push harder in descents.

Aventon Soltera.

The Aventon Soltera comes in single-speed or seven-speed options; (Photo/Aventon)

The single speed option, however, is currently available for just $999, $300 off its MSRP, while its seven-speed sibling goes for and MSRP of $1,399. Similar to its other lineup of bike offerings, the Soltera model comes in both step-over and step-through options. In terms of affordability and ease of use, the Soltera is a tough bike to beat. The single-speed Soltera weighs in at 41 lbs. The geared option comes in at 43 lbs.

The Soltera has a maximum speed of 20 mph and a 41-mile range. It includes integrated lights and a 36v, 350w brushless rear hub motor. It also offers throttle-on-demand, which can begin revving the bike up from a complete stop.

It comes with 700 x 35c tires that offer both compliance and speed on pavement. The Soltera comes in Onyx Black, Citrine or Azure Blue.

This post is sponsored by Aventon. To learn more about Aventon bikes and holiday savings, visit aventon.com.

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Joenomad
Joenomad
16 days ago

Nice advert for Aventon. See how they respond to their customers when batteries fail shortly after the 1 year warranty expires. Known problem on the original Level and the Adventure. Spend 1500 to 2000 dollars on the ebikes and then another 500 on the battery in order to be able to use the ebike after a year.