The Aventon Aventure is a very versatile and powerful e-bike, it’s built with the Fat 4” tires makes it suitable for riding on any terrain, making it a comfortable ride for you at an affordable price.
|Motor||1130W (Peak) 750W (Sustained), 48V Brushless Rear Hub Motor|
|Display||BC280 LCD Smart Easy Read Display with Backlight, Colourful screen with app|
|Battery||Removable Internal Lithium-ion 48V, 15Ah (720Wh)
48V 3 Amp Fast Charger, 4-5 Hour Charging
|Frame||6061 Single-Butted Aluminium Alloy with Internal Battery|
|Pedals||9/16’ Alloy Platform|
|Fork||Suspension Fork with 80mm travel, with lockout|
|Brakes||Hydraulic Disc Brakes, 180mm Rotors|
|Tires||26 x 4” E-bole Rated Tires|
|Handlebars||Aluminium 31.8mm, 680mm|
The Aventure is the ideal e-bike to have if you are worried about trails and having to take a specific bike for bumpier rides, it’s good on gravel, dirt, light trails, roads, concrete and cycle paths. With the 4” fat tires, wide saddle and front suspension forks that have travel of 80mm it adds to the comfortability of the ride. Even the riding position is comfortable, with the quick release saddle and the width of it offering a nice soft seat for you to ride on, it is fully adjustable as you can move it for height and you can also tilt it if you find the position isn’t suitable for you.
With the top speed it is always important to check the laws around e-bikes and their top speeds but you can get up to 20 mph with the throttle giving you the ability to manoeuvre out the way of vehicles or pedestrians, getting you up those steep hills or even letting you have a bit of fun on some trails. When using pedal assist and modifying the bike you can go up to 28 mph but this does put it in the Class 3 e-bike category and this is where regulations will differ.
However, this e-bike is a lot heavier than most and if you are using it to commute to work you would opt to leave it secure at ground level incase you have to travel upstairs to get to your office, this being said the battery does detach and so you can take this to your workplace to charge.
Aventon Aventure Speed
- 5 Pedal Assist Levels, these are:
- 1 – 11 MPH top speed, 53 Miles range
- 2 – 16 MPH top speed, 45 Miles range
- 3 – 21 MPH top speed, 33 Miles range
- 4 – 24 MPH top speed, 26 Miles range
- 5 – 28 MPH top speed, 19 Miles range
The top speed for the Aventon Aventure is 28 Mph but only gives you a max range of 19 miles, however if you use the lowest pedal assist level then you can get a range of 53 miles due to the battery and motor not needing to work as hard in the assist. Via the Smartphone app you can adjust the settings so you get a max speed of 28 mph with the pedal assist but the throttle maxes out at 20 mph due to legal requirements
Battery & Range
- The battery is a removable integrated Lithium-ion 48V, 15Ah (720Wh) battery, it can give about 45 miles off one charge but this depends on the terrain, hills and the type of pedal assist you are requiring. The battery can be removed via a key to the lock on the frame and is easy enough to take off and charge at home or at work.
Quality & Build
|S/M||4’11” – 5’7”|
|M/L||5’8” – 6’2”|
|Top Tube Length||604mm||604mm|
|Head Tube Length||140mm||140mm|
|Min Saddle Height||784mm||860mm|
|Max Saddle Height||980mm||1056mm|
With 4” fat tires the width certainly helps on looser terrains where you need traction and gives you the stability in your ride. The saddle is adjustable allowing you to move it up and down but also to tilt it forward and back to give you the ideal riding position.
The handlebars are also adjustable so that you can move them up and down to suit your riding position as some people may be used to a more upright position especially if they are on tougher trails.
- LCD Display – Easy to read with backlit colour display. Connects to the smartphone app. Shows your light status, battery percentage, speed and power assist level.
- Integrated rear and front lights – can be turned on with a dial on the handlebar
Warranty & Customer Support
You will need to check with the purchaser
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