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Aventon Slashes Up to $300 from e-Bike Prices for the Holidays

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Aventon is getting into the holiday spirit by slashing prices across the board on its wide range of e-bikes.

Aventon spent much of last year rolling out new tech across its e-bike lineup to improve style, efficiency, and range. The latest bikes from Aventon feature integrated components and a slew of add-ons to help riders build the perfect bike to suit their lifestyle.

Aventon Level.2 in an urban environment.
The Aventon Level.2 is a commuting workhorse with a 60-mile range; (Photo/Aventon)

Right now, riders can get their hands on an Aventon eBike for up to $300 off MSRP.

Some of the biggest value comes with Aventon’s Level.2 commuter, and the burly Aventure fat-tire adventure bike. But every bike in the stable is cheaper than usual, at least for now.

Aventon Level.2

The Level.2 is Aventon’s commuting workhorse. It features integrated head and taillights that make riding in traffic safer, and an LCD screen mounted to the handlebars makes monitoring speed and power simple.

The bike is right at home on lengthy urban commutes, grocery runs, or casual rides. It also comes with a suspension fork that enables it to go a little further off the beaten path than many other rigid options.

Aventon Level.2.
The Level.2 features a suspension fork to smooth out rides; (Photo/Aventon)

It comes equipped with a 48v, 500w brushless hub motor and integrated battery with a considerable range of 60 miles and a top assisted speed of 28 mph.

A big draw of the Level.2., however, is its torque sensor, which offers more streamlined power delivery and increases efficiency.

Other features include 27.5 x 2.1 tires, disc brakes, an eight-speed drivetrain with an assistance throttle, and multiple pedal-assist modes, along with front and rear fenders to keep muck from the road off riders.

Weighing in at 54 lbs., the Level.2. comes in both step-through and step-over options in four colors: Polar, Himalayan, Glacier, and Clay.

Aventon Level.2 step-over model.
The Aventon Level.2 comes in step-over or step-through frame options; (Photo/Aventon)

The Level.2 usually goes for MSRP of $1,949. It is now available for a sale price of $1,799.

Aventon Aventure

The Aventon Aventure lands squarely in the category of one of the brand’s most capable e-bikes.

With super-wide 26 x 4 tires and a suspension fork, the Aventure can barrel through just about any terrain.

Man riding Aventon Aventure bike.
The Aventon Aventure features a suspension fork and optional luggage racks to carry gear; (Photo/Aventon)

The Aventure runs on a 750w motor and a 720Wh integrated battery that has a range of about 45 miles on a single charge and a maximum assisted speed of 28 mph.

For those who don’t want to pedal, at all, the Aventure features a throttle option, in addition to five levels of pedal assistance for folks who still want to give their legs a burn.

Like the Level.2, the Aventure comes with a backlit color display and app-sync capabilities, along with step-through and step-over designs for a more tailored fit.

Aventon Avventure. Side view.
The Aventon Aventure offers fenders to keep riders clean and an LCD display to monitor speed and battery charge; (Photo/Aventon)

The step-through build comes in Sand, Camouflage Green, and Glacier Red, while the step-over model comes in Sand, Camouflage Green, and Fire Black.

The Aventure usually goes for an MSRP of $1,999. Currently, Aventon is willing to let them go for $1,699, $300 off the usual price.

More Aventon options

If the Level.2 and Aventure aren’t what you’re looking for, Aventon has cut prices to the tune of hundreds of dollars on other models too.

The snappy and agile Soltera is currently available for $300 off MSRP. The Sinch folding fat-tire bike is available for $200 off MSRP. And the Pace 500.2 is going for $100 of the usual price.

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

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Joenomad
Joenomad
1 month ago

How about Aventon cuts the price to replace the defective battery on their Level 1 ebikes?

Dinger
Dinger
1 month ago
Reply to  Joenomad

They reduce price because they have too many bikes. They probably do not have too many replacement batteries.

Troy
Troy
1 month ago
Reply to  Dinger

They probably are responding to other companies like “Lectric” who make a lower quality bike that is similiar looking but lower priced.

Troy
Troy
1 month ago
Reply to  Joenomad

I have ridden the Aventure off road several times and did not have an overheat problem. When that does happen it is typically from running an electric motor full throttle for extended periods of time. Not a great idea!

Joenomad
Joenomad
1 month ago
Reply to  Troy

Troy, I am talking about riding flat Florida roads in PAS level 1 and have fully charged battery go out after only 5 miles. Do some research on the Internet and you will find plenty of the same for other disappointed customers. I have another big brand electric road bike with a mid-drive and have not run into any overheating issues using the highest support level for an extended period of time. Are you an Aventon employee by any chance?

nooner
nooner
1 month ago

“The biggest downside we noticed was on an extended uphill, it did not seem to matter what mode we were in, because the motor would overheat after ten minutes of consistent steep climbing”

This is a quote from Electric Bike Action Dec 2021 review of the Aventon Aventure.

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