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Aventon Aventure Review: This Ebike Is An All-Terrain Beast

With large diameter 4 fat tires and 80mm travel front suspension, this ebike will go anywhere you want to take it, and you won’t feel a thing! Read on to learn everything you need to know about the Aventure (good and bad).

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With a top speed of 28 MPH, an average range of 45 miles on a single charge, 4″ fat tires, and front suspension with 80mm of travel, there’s no end to the places you can take the Aventon Aventure e-bike.

Being able to take this bike on any terrain, I think, is at the essence of why I get on so well with this bike, and why I believe it will suit most types of riders, but not all.

Those speed, mileage, and ride-comfort stats listed above are especially impressive when you consider this 2000 rugged yet versatile ebike also has a throttle, 8 gears, and front/rear lights, all as standard.

The Aventon Aventure electric bike has a look about it that I haven’t seen on other electric bikes. Because of its unique design, I get so many Комментарии и мнения владельцев about it while out riding.

People will frequently say “cool bike, is it electric?”, or “what bike is that? I love the look of it”.

Read my Aventon Sinch review next if you’re curious about this mini version of the Aventure which can also fold in half!

I’m not even joking, the only other time I have gotten this much attention with an ebike was with my heavily kitted out Rad Power Bikes RadRunner, and more recently, the Aventon Soltera, for its vibrant citrine color.

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In this Aventon Aventure review, I’m going to share my experiences riding this electric Aventon all-terrain Ebike, give an overview of its key features, and what makes it stand out from the competition.

I’ll also share the best places to buy it with advice on choosing the right size frame, and finally my review summary with pros and cons with a score out of 10.

Keep reading to the end of this post where I’ll answer some FAQs and leave you with some more photos of this versatile, rugged e-bike for adventurous riders. These photos give a closer look at the components and overall build quality.

There’s also a hands-on video review demonstrating the Aventon Aventure’s speed, acceleration, top speed, plus a walk-through of all the key features.

To read our other electric bike reviews, visit our Trail Kale eBike reviews page.

Grab a drink, sit back, and enjoy this in-depth Aventon Aventure review.

Aventon Aventure Review: Table of Contents

The Aventon Aventure pictured in this review and video (at the end of this post) is the Camouflage Green color and Medium frame size which fits me, at 5’8″ very well.

There are 2 other colors available; ‘sand’ and ‘fire black’, both of which also look really nice.

The Aventure also comes in a step-through version for those who may have mobility issues, or have a shorter stature – more on the step-through version later in this review.

What’s it like riding the Aventon Aventure eBike?

Okay, so how does the Aventon Aventure actually ride when using it in real-world situations?

Well, it’s tons of fun, and I don’t say that lightly!

Like I said earlier, you can ride over pretty much anything and that means you don’t really have to pick a bike for the terrain you plan to ride on if you own one of these bikes.

You can take the Aventure on gravel, dirt trails, light trails, roads, concrete, or cycle paths; anything you want to ride, this bike will comfortably take you over it.

So, it’s a pleasure to ride in terms of comfort, and also peace of mind knowing your bike won’t be a limitation on your rides.

The bike comes with 4-inch fat tires, a nice wide saddle, and front suspension forks with 80mm of travel – all of these features add to that comfortable ride.

The fat tires really inspire confidence when riding over otherwise challenging terrain, especially if you ride lots of gravel routes because the 4″ width and nobbly tire walls provide excellent traction.

With fat tires, you’ll also notice a much smoother ride to what you may be used to if you haven’t tried them before.

The bike weighs a whopping 73lbs, which is heavy, so it’s not the sort of bike you easily pick up and carry upstairs.

To this point, the battery is detachable, so if you’re using the bike to commute to work, then you can secure the bike on a lower level, and take the battery up to your office for charging.

It’s an attractive-looking bike with audacious wheels, so people do give it a nod of approval when you cycle past them, that’s if they don’t comment to say “nice bike!” :).

It also has a comfortable riding position, and the quick-release saddle provides a nice soft platform to sit on.

The saddle gives a nice riding platform to sit on and is fully adjustable via quick release for the height and bolts for front/back and tilt tweaks.

In addition to cycling, and cycling with pedal assist, you can also use the throttle which allows you to power along up to 20mph without even having to pedal – this is an awesome feature that I use a lot!

The top speed of the bike when modified into a class III ebike, can go up to 28 MPH when using pedal assist.

Ask me how to modify it to be a class 3 bike in the Комментарии и мнения владельцев, and I’ll be happy to share.

The throttle does take a second or two to kick in, which is good because it makes your ride nice and smooth, but it would be nice to be able to change how this works so that the throttle is more responsive when you want/need it to be.

Unfortunately, the bike doesn’t come with a bell which would be useful to alert other road/cycle path users of your presence.

Now one thing I noticed when riding the Aventure is a bit of rattle coming from the rear fender – which is annoying but easily fixable with some tape or padding.

Watch my video after this review to see what I mean when referring to the small rattling noise – this could also just be an issue with my bike in particular.

A lot of the time I find myself using the pedal assist setting of 3 or 4 with this bike (it goes up to 5), and fifth gear, as I find it’s a good balance between me wanting to do some exercise (without getting sweaty).

The Aventure can also operate with the throttle unplugged and removed, should you want to ride in an area where throttles are prohibited.

To learn more about electric bike laws around the world, and to see what power/speed options are allowed in your country, read this helpful Wikipedia article.

What’s the riding position like?

The Aventon Aventure has a great riding position that is comfortable when using it over a variety of terrain types from gravel to the trail.

There are 3 different frame sizes available, Small, Medium, or Large, and as a quick way to know which one is for you, go for:

  • Small if your height is in the range 5’1″ – 5’9″
  • Medium if your height is in the range 5’7″ – 5’11”
  • Large if your height is in the range 5’11” – 6’4″

The Aventon Aventure product page has full details on things like handlebar height, reach, maximum/minimum seat height, stand-over height, and seat tube length.

You can adjust the saddle up, down, forward, and back, as you would expect.

The handlebars can also be adjusted up and down, so this should give most people enough flexibility to get a riding position that works well for them.

Watch my video below to get a better understanding of what the ride position is like – and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more eBike and outdoor gear reviews just like this one.

I don’t have any accessories for the Aventure ebike yet but a bell, a rear rack, and maybe a mirror would be pretty useful to have!

Are the handlebars comfortable?

The handlebars are comfortable thanks to the soft sticky grip pattern, as seen in the image above.

How stable is this electric bicycle when riding off-road?

Well, it’s called the ‘Aventure‘ for a reason, it’s so much fun to ride off-road, and that’s essentially what it was built to do – to have adventures with!

Is the electric motor noisy?

The noise level of the motor is pretty standard for an electric bike like this. Nothing stands out as being loud or super quiet, to be honest.

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To get an understanding of the noise levels, check out my video at the bottom of this review.

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Key features and specifications that matter (and some that don’t perform)

Battery power, top speed, and mileage is epic

You can get a lot of usage out of the removable integrated Lithium-ion 48V, 15Ah (720Wh) battery.

You can typically go roughly 45 miles on one charge, depending on rider weight, terrain, incline, and level of power assist being used. 45 miles was the average that Aventon came up with during all their testing.

That’s pretty incredible for a bike that weighs 73lbs and runs on fat tires, which aren’t as efficient as thinner-walled tires.

The battery is also removable via the lock on the frame. See my video below for a demo on how easy it is to remove, should you need to take it into your home/ office to charge.

The bike can also reach 28MPH effortlessly with power assist and the Class 3 upgrade hack mentioned above.

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I love how large and clear the Aventon displays are, and this is a feature that helps the brand stand out from competitor electric bike brands.

See my video below on how to operate the display.

4″ fat tires and front suspension makes the ride fun AND smooth

The Aventure comes with 4″ fat tires which give the bike a really smooth ride but also make it possible to ride on bumpy dirt trails effortlessly.

They also make riding on terrain like gravel a confident and enjoyable experience.

If you’ve ever had a scary moment where your front wheel has slipped out from under you due to riding on gravel with narrow wheels, you’ll know what I mean there.

Included front and rear lights.

The front headlight is compact but lights up the way well enough when riding at night.

These rear lights and front lights can also be turned on with the dial on the left handlebar – there’s a picture of that in my photo gallery below.

At the rear, there’s a single brake light which is a great safety feature to have when riding at night.

The Aventon Aventure also has a step-through version – Here’s what you need to know about it

The Aventon Aventure also comes in a step-through edition which would be a better option if you have mobility issues and cannot lift your leg up high enough to get over the frame and onto the bike.

Shorter people including many women and young adults with a slight build may also prefer step-through versions of bikes but that doesn’t mean men can’t ride them of course!

The Step-Through version comes in 3 other colors which are all very attractive.

The step-through version comes in two different sizes but caters more toward shorter heights due to the dropped frame position.

The Small/Medium frame is for those between the height of 4’11” and 5’7″, and the Medium/Large frame is for those who are 5’8″ – 6’2″ tall.

It’s also the same price as the standard Aventure.

Where to buy the Aventon Aventure ebike

You can buy the Aventure at aventon.com for 1,899, which is great value for an electric bike that offers all this one does.

If you ride a lot in areas that offer trails, gravel, and anything other than just road surfaces, and are looking for an ebike that offers a fast top speed, high mileage on a single charge, good hill-climbing ability (with the 8 gears), then the Aventon Aventure is most likely the ebike you’ve been searching for.

Having 8 gears makes riding uphill so much easier, and will likely increase your average total mileage because you’ll be able to assist the motor with more power from your legs at times, thanks to the range of gears.

When you order online, the bike arrives in a box, so you do have to assemble some of it yourself, but it’s very easy to do.

It should take the average person half an hour to do it, and the package comes with the tools required.

Shipping was also very quick from the Aventon store, so all in all I feel like this bike is good value for money.

Aventon Aventure review Video

I hope you enjoyed this Aventon Aventure review, if you have a question for me about this ebike, please share it in the Комментарии и мнения владельцев below – or just say “hello” to show your appreciation for the revide :). Happy riding!!

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Take adventure by the reins with the Aventure.2 Step-Through, fully loaded with a torque sensor. Simply slip into the saddle and let its torque sensor amplify your pedaling efforts. Its intelligent technology recognizes your physical output and matches it, promoting a more natural riding experience.

The intuitive torque sensor amplifies the cadence of your pedaling efforts. The more you put into it, the more output it gives, matching your natural rhythm to conserve battery life and extend range.

The Full Color Display keeps you up-to-date with all your vital metrics, including speed, battery life, pedal assist level, and syncs your phone to connect with a larger Aventon community. It even charges your phone via its concealed USB port!

Equipped with fenders to keep the elements at bay and a rear rack to transport your essentials ensures you can FOCUS on the ride ahead with confidence.

The all new turn signal functionality lets you signal to those behind you which direction you’re going, while the integrated front headlight and rear brake light keep you visible on and off the road.

4 fat tires mean there’s no route that’s off-limits. Ride with comfort and confidence on your next adventure.

The powerful 1130W (peak) rear hub motor with a 720Wh high-capacity integrated battery will take you to those far-to-reach places and discover more of what’s out there.

Four levels of pedal assist maximizes your efforts, and the throttle minimizes the amount of energy you use to get you where you want to go. Its top speed of 28 mph and up to 60 miles range will ensure you leave your past adventures in the dust.

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Customer Reviews

This is my first e-bike and it is unbelievable. The strength and the power is awesome! I will buy another when it becomes available!

Great Bike. Just purchased to replace the original Adventure bike for my wife. Very happy with this company.

The way it’s packaged and shipped is awesome. Easy to put together and what a ride. Couldn’t be happier! Looks and rides Great!

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Brandon Tucker ‎Aventon Aventure Owners

I know there are some folks out there like myself who wanted to use a single tire trailer with their aventure. I use a burley coho xc that WILL NOT FIT with their adapter offerings. In order to make it work you … Ещё need an M12x1.25 (female end) to M10x1 (male end) adaptor in addition to burley’s M10x1 fitted nut adapter. You can find them on ebay for around 5/per for brass (mine are brass) or 15/per for stainless. Note, you will need spacers as the adapters are not long enough to take the place of the OEM nut alone (pictured are a couple washers on my set up, those aren’t what I’m going with, I just needed the length of the spacer).

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Lou Mendoza ‎Aventon Aventure Owners

I have been more and more considering this bike based on this community’s constant discussion, support for each other with discussing issues and recommendations, specs and looks of the bike and, ultimately, a need for another mode of physical activity to counteract my aging/deteriorating body. I even have the advantage of having a local authorized … Ещё dealer to bring service issues to, if needed. I would like to compare the AAV1 vs AAV2 to see which suits me best. From what I’ve been seeing on here, it almost seems like the Torque Sensor is the way to go with the AA2, based on my intentions. I want to go to the local shop and see if they have both to ride for comparison. I’m a big dude, 6’0 260 lbs. Can’t this bike accomadate me? What if I add additional weight by going to the grocery store, etc?

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Custom rack to haul Summit Viper this fall. Can’t wait.

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Thanks for the join! Just bought a.1 yesterday and for the love of God this thing is cool. Couple of things. Is there any way to adjust the speed at assist #1. My pup keeps up no sweat but would like to keep her at a comfortable trot. 2. Is there no clock what0soever in the computer? It’ll tell me how many trees I’ve hugged but not let me know what time it is?? Thanks in advance and if y’all have any tips n tricks please feel free to lemme know.

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Hit the 100 mile mark. This bike is ridiculously fun!!

Aventon Aventure Review: Affordable Fat Tire E-Bike for Fun Off-Road Commutes

The Aventon Aventure is an all-terrain e-bike pegged for commutes and low-key adventures off the beaten path.

One of the most affordable entry points for an off-road e-bike, the Aventon Aventure is designed to provide most of what the casual rider is looking for.

Let’s be clear: This isn’t meant to haul you up and down your favorite local mountain biking runs. This is a long-range town bike and low-weight hauler that can tackle unpaved routes and fly across paved ones.

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The Aventon Aventure reminds me of a beach cruiser that could actually cruise on a beach. It even has a wide seat, full fenders, and a step-through frame.

This frame of reference is the best way to inform what the bike does best, which is cruise long distances with smooth pedaling and a big assist to glide up and over grassy berms, fire road hills, and packed gravel trails. It doesn’t handle like a mountain bike or even a traditional fat tire bike, but then again, it’s not supposed to.

The Ride

I took the Aventure on quite a few commutes through the neighborhood and across town along city bike paths with off-road sections (some official, some not).

The most fun was aiming the bike at short but steep hills and feeling the torque of the bike kick in to maintain the speed. Switching from smooth surfaces to dirt is barely noticeable in some instances, though the handling differs once you enter uneven and flowy trails.

I liked being able to park the bike and bring the removable battery inside to charge. It fast-charges in a few hours but takes about 5 hours for a full charge.

I tested the Aventure with the rear and front racks added on (40 and 50, respectively). With bungees, the rear rack held a backpack — freeing my back from the additional sweat — while the front rack carried lighter loads like take-out orders on its wide frame.

At 5’10”, I’m right in the middle of the medium/large size range. Typically, I’d adjust the seat height so that my knee has the slightest bend at the bottom of a pedal stroke. But that’s more for road cycling than commuting on an e-assist bike.

I chose to embrace the casual feel of the upright posture created by the bike’s geometry. After all, I had an assist on knee-taxing climbs, so I didn’t fret having the seat in a slightly lowered position. If anything, it felt true to style and kept my center of gravity lower as well.

I let others ride the bike for short test runs, and they all returned with smiles on their faces. It’s likely that the casual nature of the bike and the e-assist can cover size differences among the Aventure’s two-sizes-fit-all frame options.

Aventure Specs

The fork has 80 mm of travel and is fine for bumpy commutes. Just don’t get it in your head to start jumping off every curb in town. Locking out the fork on paved roads will result in some jostles but grant you a noticeable boost in speed.

Five pedal-assist settings range from 11 mph up to 28 mph (when unlocked). Aventon’s reported range testing says the Aventure will assist for 53 miles on level one and 19 miles on level five for a 45-mile average range.

Our rides varied in speeds but seemed in line with this average. Obviously, if you stop pedaling altogether, you’re looking at less range.

The Aventure comes in two sizes: S/M (4’11” to 5’7″) and M/L (5’8″ to 6’2″).

Aventon Aventure Specs

  • Reported weight: 73 lbs.
  • Assist levels: 5
  • Gears: 8-speed
  • Motor power: 1,130 W peak, 750 W sustained
  • Battery power range: 720 Wh, 27 miles
  • Tire size: 4″
  • Brakes: Hydraulic disc, 180mm rotors
  • Price: 1,900

Unlock Speed

The Aventure can become a class III bike through the companion app. That means it will top out at 28 mph rather than the 20mph cap for class II bikes. Check your local trail and bike path rules to find out which class bike settings you’ll need and whether a throttle is permitted.

For me, riding at the top speed of 28 mph on roads introduced issues with other traffic. Drivers and other riders see a fat tire bike and will pull out in front based on that appearance, not my actual speed. On trails and bike paths, I kept it under 20, which was plenty fast. I still had more control than a tri-guy on his aero bars.

The Aventure can also run with the throttle unplugged or totally removed if local rules require that.

It’s Not Like Riding a Bike

One big difference with e-bikes is the torque. It’s what they’re good at, but it also makes for an adjustment when you’re accustomed to traditional bikes. The Aventure has a bit of lag to engage its assist, which is fine when accelerating along a straight route but has a different feel in turns and when starting from a stop.

As a result, I got in the habit of backpedaling while braking and in turns to avoid pedal strikes and make sure I didn’t engage the e-assist.

Another adjustment is learning to cross streets from a stop. Here, the slight lag in the e-assist makes sense. You want to be able to nudge the bike forward without boosting yourself into traffic. It turns out using the trigger throttle only was the easiest and safest way to get the 70-pound Aventure to zip across the street.

Mentioning the weight, it’s not an issue when riding. It’s noticeable when maneuvering the bike when you’re stopped or off of it. That’s another reason I enjoyed the sturdy kickstand. Because you’re saving some money on the heavier build, it’s essential.

Who’s It For?

I’d recommend the Aventon to anyone who commutes on crunchy trails and wants a speed boost on long-range rides to the edge of town. Again, this isn’t a bike for taking technical descents or even jumping off curbs.

Beyond commuting, I see the Aventon as a reliable grocery-getter and errand accomplice, especially with the add-on racks. The front rack is fixed to the steer tube so it moves with your steering, keeping the load balanced through a turn.

Additionally, this e-bike is an all-day explorer whose off-road capabilities can fill in the gaps in a town’s bike paths and roads.

Overall, this all-terrain e-bike still leans toward the commute aspect more than off-road capabilities, but it’s still both. If you’re looking for an entry-level e-bike that can take you from pavement to dirt, the Aventure affordably fills that niche.

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