Aventon was founded in 2013. It began by introducing an entry-level fixed-gear bike, which helped the company gain a foothold in the market. As the company grew, its founder, J.W., changed the focus of the business from sourcing off-the-shelf parts to becoming a supplier. This strategic decision allowed Aventon to reduce lead times and improve customer service. Today, the company has expanded to include several employees across both factory and office locations. They sell their products through a network of dealers in addition to their own website.
The Aventon Sinch.2 is a compact and powerful electric bike that is designed to be compact, rugged, and able to fit a variety of use cases. With its torque sensor technology, fat tires, and folding frame, this Ebike is perfect for urban adventurers, off-road enthusiasts, and casual riders alike.
This is the Pace 500.3 from Aventon. It’s the latest addition to their lineup and features a 500w motor, hydraulic brakes, and best of all–it has a torque sensor. It is also one of the most comfortable Ebikes I’ve ever ridden, based on the upright riding position and handlebar ergonomics. So, does it have any major flaws? Well, you’ll have to keep reading to find out.
The Aventon Abound is a surprising addition to the Aventon lineup since it’s Aventon’s first splash into the cargo Ebike space. And without giving too much away…this might be one of their shining Ebikes for 2023! It is propelled by a 750-Watt motor, with torque sensor integration, and has enough cargo capacity for a Costco run! Stay tuned folks, cause this one is truly a unique Ebike.
Hey there, thanks for joining us! Today, we're taking a look at the Aventon Aventure 2 Step through electric bike. This bad boy is built for tackling trails and rough terrain, with a 750 watt motor, hydraulic disc brakes, and a Shimano 8-speed drivetrain. It's got a sleek, stylish design and plenty of options for customizing your ride with front and rear fenders, a front basket and rear rack, and an adjustable stem and saddle.
Up on today’s menu we’ve got the Aventon Level 2 electric bike. This is yet another remarkable ride from Aventon and is offered at an equally remarkable starting price of $1,799 USD.The Level 2 is a highly polished e-bike, both figuratively and literally — the paint job on this ride is beautiful, and the components are expertly chosen. Aventon really swung for the fences here with the Level 2.We’re looking at a torque sensor, hydraulic disc brakes, a very nice integrated lighting system, suspension, a rear rack and more.
This is the Aventon Sinch folding e-bike, and it lives up its name because it is indeed a cinch to both fold and ride. But more than that, this folder is built tough. It’s got a chonky frame with a beefy folding mechanism, front suspension and fat tires. The Sinch is a great road warrior, but it’s also trail ready for those seeking adventure.
What is going on, awesome peeps and welcome back to another episode of Electrified Reviews! Today we’re reviewing the Sinch Step-Thru folding electric bike from Aventon. This is without a doubt one of the sleekest looking folding e-bikes we’ve seen to date, and it’s also one of the most comfortable to ride, thanks in large part to those super sweet, super fat 4 inch wide road tires. It feels more like riding a moped than a bicycle.
What is going on, awesome peeps! Today we’ve got yet another Aventon review to dig into. This one is the Aventon Pace 500, and just like the Soltera we recently reviewed, this is e-bike looks great, and rides even better.Aventon does an excellent job at producing high-quality electric bikes that fly under the radar. To the trained eye the Pace 500 is obviously electric, but because of how streamlined the battery integration is, this ride doesn’t scream “hey everyone, I’m electric!”
Feast your eyes on the Aventon Soltera, and take your time because the careful eye will notice a lot of detail packed into the gorgeous bike. At electrified reviews we’ve seen dozens of bikes that let it all hang out, with parts and features that leave nothing to the imagination, but this - this is a classy date that compliments any occasion.
Today we’re reviewing the Aventon Aventure. And just as the name implies, this is an adventure ready electric bike. It’s got the right geometry, and enough power, range and speed to take your further, faster and make your journey that much more enjoyable. The Aventure is a competent trail bike, but it’s also got plenty of attachment points all over the frame to turn it into a commuter with a front basket and rear rack, or even a utility e-bike that can tow a small trailer.
The Aventon Sinch electric bike is a well thought out fat tire folder with some seriously upgraded components, plenty of power and an eye for design.