Aventon
Aventon Electric: Level

Aventon Electric: Level

$1,799.00
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Description

AVENTON ELECTRIC: LEVEL - 2021 - New Throttle On Demand Upgrade

 

AVENTON COMMUTER BIKE - ONE OF THE BEST E-BIKE PRICES IN THE INDUSTRY!

The Aventon Level with the most rad power and speed is engineered for riders who want to escape from their cars and but still want to keep up with traffic on their work or school commute.

It’s built with the same proven motor technology as the Pace 500 but with geometry and convenience features for urban riders. With peppy handling, a suspension fork, and an extended battery, the Level can take everything that you throw at it.

 

 

28 MPH

On Pedal Assist, 20 MPH on Throttle

 

40 Miles

Range Per Charge

 

750W

750W Peak Motor

 

Rack + Fenders

Carry the essentials

 

Suspension

Suspension fork for Control

 

Hydraulic Brakes

Hydraulic Disc Brakes w/ Safety Cut Off Sensor

 

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Large Backlit LCD Display

Monitor your charge level, speed, distance, and pedal assist level right on the handlebar.

There's even a backlight for night rides.

 

Suspension Fork

The Level suspension fork has 75mm of travel to take the edge off of rough pavement.

It uses an upgraded thru-axle for enhanced steering control.

 

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Class III 28 MPH Ebike

Level features 5 Pedal Assist settings up to 28 MPH so you can choose how much help you want.

Or keep up with traffic using the throttle up to 20 MPH and skip pedaling entirely.

 

Rack & Fenders

With the included rear rack and fenders the Level can take you and your belongings wherever you please.

 

Integrated, Extended Battery

Level's stealthy and removable battery packs a big 672Wh capacity for a full day's commuting without charging.

 

8 Speed Shimano Drivetrain

Shifter, derailleur, and freewheel from a trusted brand.

 

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Find My Size

Level comes in 3 sizes to suit almost all adults and teens.

S

5'1" - 5'7"

M

5'7"- 5'11"

L

5'11" - 6'4"

 

ELECTRONICS

MOTOR

750W (Peak) 500W (Sustained), 48V Brushless Rear Hub Motor

 

SPEED

28 MPH on Pedal Assist, 20 MPH on Throttle

 

PEDAL ASSIST

5 Levels

 

THROTTLE

Thumb Throttle on Handlebars

 

BATTERY

Removable Internal Lithium-ion 48V, 14Ah (672Wh) with Samsung Cells

 

CHARGER

48V 3 Amp Fast Charger, 4 Hour Charging

 

DISPLAY

M5 LCD Smart Easy Read Display with Backlight

 

SENSORS

Cadence Sensor, Speed Sensor

 

RANGE

40 Miles

 

FRAME

6061 Double-Butted Aluminum Alloy with Internal Battery

 

FORK

Suntour Mobie A32, coil spring, thru-axle, 75mm travel, with lockout

 

WEIGHT

62lbs

 

WEIGHT LIMIT

Maximum Rider Weight: 250lbs

Cargo Capacity: 50lbs

 

PEDALS

9/16" Alloy Platform

 

KICKSTAND

Included, Rear Mount

 

BOTTOM BRACKET

Square Taper, Sealed

 

CASSETTE

Shimano Acera Cassette, 12-32T, 8 Speed

 

CHAIN

KMC Z Series, 8 Speed

 

CRANKSET

170mm w/ 46 T

 

SHIFT LEVER

Shimano Acera 8 Speed, Rapidfire

 

REAR DERAILLEUR

Shimano Acera 8 Speed

 

BRAKES

Bengal Ares 3 Hydraulic Disc Brakes, 180mm Rotors

 

RIM

Double Wall Aluminum 36h Front & Rear

 

HUBS

Joytech 36H Disc Thru-axle Front, Nutted Rear

 

SPOKES

Black Stainless 13 Gauge

 

TIRES

27.5" x 2.2" Kenda Kwick Drumlin, Ebike Rated, Reflective Sidewalls

 

TUBES

Butyl Rubber, Schrader Valve

2 Reviews

2 Reviews

  • 5
    A solid choice

    Posted by Ashley R. on Aug 16th 2020

    I have over 200 miles on this bike, and for the price, I think it will be hard to beat. I had it shipped to me but was able to build it with the help of a YouTube video, no problem. The back end comes pre-assembled. I just had to spend a while rejiggering both fenders to not rub. It even came with a great bike multitool!

    Cons: Heavy, no integrated lights. I think of this thing as like the Harley of bicycles. Beefy frame, thick tires, big battery, heavy! Most of us are NOT going to be able to use a vertical parking rack. It's also not something you'll reasonably want to ride without pedal assist, like the lighter bikes advertise. Additionally, mine came with a defective seat post (the saddle spun freely), but the manufacturer sent me another one when I asked.

    Pros: Rack and fenders, uncluttered display, good brakes, buttery-smooth shifting, distinctive look. Shocks and tires that keep you rock steady and comfy in the saddle.

    Battery info: I weigh ~135 and bike just over 11mi each way to work, over some notable hills, with a commuter's pannier. I rarely go over pedal assist 3 and hardly ever use the throttle. If I don't charge the battery, the bike will get sluggish on my second commute home, about 5mi out, and then die about a mile from my house. So ~45mi is too much to ask of this thing, but that's fair! It plugs along just fine for about 40mi, as it says it will!

  • 5
    Solid choice

    Posted by Ashley R. on Aug 13th 2020

    I have over 200 miles on this bike, and for the price, I think it will be hard to beat. I had it shipped to me but was able to build it with the help of a YouTube video, no problem. The back end comes pre-assembled. I just had to spend a while rejiggering both fenders to not rub. It even came with a great bike multitool!

    Cons: Heavy, no integrated lights. I think of this thing as like the Harley of bicycles. Beefy frame, thick tires, big battery, heavy! Most of us are NOT going to be able to use a vertical parking rack. Mine also came with a defective seat post (the saddle spun freely), but the manufacturer sent me another one when I asked.

    Pros: Rack and fenders, uncluttered display, good brakes, buttery-smooth shifting, distinctive look. Shocks and tires that keep you rock steady and comfy in the saddle.

    Battery info: I weigh ~135 and bike just over 11mi each way to work, over some notable hills, with a commuter's pannier. I rarely go over pedal assist 3 and hardly ever use the throttle. If I don't charge the battery, the bike will get sluggish on my second commute home, about 5mi out, and then die about a mile from my house. So ~45mi is too much to ask of this thing, but that's fair! It plugs along just fine for about 40mi, as it says it will! If your commute's 10mi or so, prepare to charge it after every round trip.

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