Aventon Level 2 Review: A Commuter eBike With Insane Range, An Elegant Ride…

Aventon Level 2 Review: A Commuter eBike With Insane Range, An Elegant Ride, And So Much !

My favorite Aventon eBike yet! This commuter eBike really does have it all, and delivers a smooth ride on variable terrain.

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The Aventon Level 2 has been designed with the city commuters in mind, and this is clear from the bike’s smooth handling, comfortable ride, astonishing mileage on a single charge, and impressive max speed statistics.

I’m really excited to share my insights with you in this Aventon Level 2 review because this might actually be my favorite Aventon electric bike yet.

“Why? It looks like such a traditional and unassuming bike” you say… YES, exactly and that’s what I love about it, and why I think commuters will love this flagship e-bike too! Let me try to explain…

It IS a very traditional and unassuming bike until you actually get on the saddle and begin to ride it. The Aventon Level 2 just does everything really well, for the most part in an elegant and sophisticated way.

It does all this while not looking overly bulky or like some other e-bikes you see on the roads that are obviously electric bikes which can draw a certain type of unwanted attention on the streets.

I really enjoy the step-through frame that I chose – yes, there is a step-over edition available too if you prefer to ride that way.

Having a step-through frame while riding an electric bike, which are heavier than traditional bikes, makes the process of getting on and off much easier.

The Level 2 e-bike is a lot of fun to ride and the components down to the mechanics of them all working together is very well refined.

In this Aventon Level 2 review, I’m going to share my experiences riding this electric commuter bike (Aventon’s flagship commuter by the way), give an overview of its key features, and what makes it stand out from the competition.

I’ll also share where you can buy this bike for the best price with advice on choosing the right frame size for your height, and finally my review summary with pros and cons and a score out of 10.

At the end of this review, I have included a photo gallery of this stylish and functional commuter e-bike to give you a closer look at some of the components and their build quality.

There’s also a hands-on video review demonstrating the Aventon Level 2’s acceleration, max speed, noise levels, and a walk-through of all its features.

To see all of our electric bike reviews visit here: Trail Kale eBike reviews. Grab a drink, sit back, and enjoy this in-depth Aventon Level 2 review.

Aventon Level 2 Review: Table of Contents

The Aventon Level 2 pictured in this review and video (at the end of this post) is the step-through edition and it is the ‘Polar’ color – which I LOVE! There is 1 other color available which is a pinky color called ‘Himalayan’.

The Level 2 also comes in a step-over version for anyone who prefers to ride those style of frames, which ordinarily would be me but for electric utility bikes like this, I prefer the easy access that a step-through frame offers.

I’ll share more on the step-over version later in this review, as there are a few differences to consider.

There are also 2 different frame sizes to consider with the Level 2 step-through edition – Small/Medium for people between 4’11” – 5’7″ tall, or the Medium/Large frame for anyone between the height of 5’7″ – 6’1.

What’s it like riding the Aventon Level 2 eBike?

As I mentioned earlier, the Level 2 has a really refined ride to it. One of the things I like most is that it feels and handles much like a non-electric bike due to the fact it only weighs 53 lbs (that’s relatively lightweight for an electric bike like this).

The other thing is that it has a really nice gearing ratio with its 8-speed cassette when blended with Aventon’s new torque sensor which feeds level-assisted power from the rear hub motor depending on how hard you’re pedaling.

It’s a very Smart system that carries over wonderfully when you’re riding the bike.

The Level 2 also rides very much like a standard bike when you’re not using any of the 5 levels of electric pedal assist too – which is great to see and something you’ll be thankful for should you ever run out of battery power one day.

It’s a very classy-looking bike so people do tend to give it a little nod of approval when you cruise past them too but it’s also quite stealthy, much like the Aventon Soltera 7 stealth commuter, in that it doesn’t look like an electric bike due to its sleek frame and well-hidden battery.

I really like the mid-width 27.5” x 2.1” hybrid tires with reflective sidewalls that give just as smooth a ride when riding on the roads, as they do on gravel and light trails.

The wheels also help the bike reach an average of 60 miles per charge, which by the way is insanely awesome when compared to other electric bikes that I have reviewed to date.

If you plan to ride over more gnarly terrain with your e-bike, I’d recommend checking out the Aventon Aventure or the Aventon Sinch as they both have 4″ fat tires (albeit with different diameters) and front suspension forks which make them both a joy to ride on any surface.

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

The Level 2 has front suspension on the bike, which makes the ride a huge improvement over the Soltera commuter which doesn’t have any – this gives you options when it comes to choosing routes to cycle, and reduces the risk of sore bottom syndrome when you get to work, ha!

In addition to cycling, and cycling with pedal assist, you can also use the throttle which allows you to power along up to 28mph with some peddling involved or a flat 20mph with no peddling – this is an awesome feature that I use a lot!

The throttle is nice and responsive which contributes to the smooth riding experience. I tend to use the throttle a lot when pulling away from a dead stop as I can get up to speed effortlessly and quickly.

This is a great feature for anyone who tends to wobble a bit whilst getting going, and I think you’ll love using it to get up to speed if that is you.

The bike does not come with a bell but you can purchase one as an accessory if you feel like you need one. I am surprised Aventon hasn’t included one in the package, considering it is a commuter bike.

The kickstand is adjustable and very effective at holding this bike up when you need to stand it up in your garage or whilst you pop into a shop.

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

I can also get more than enough speed and still feel like I’m respecting other cyclists/pedestrians when I pass them on the cycle path, by not riding too fast.

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I mention being courteous because the Level 2 is a Class 2 electric bike, with a throttle going up to 20 mph. It can be unlocked to a Class III ebike and can go up to 28 MPH on pedal assist.

The Level 2 can also operate with the throttle unplugged and removed, should you want to ride in an area where throttles are prohibited.

Unplugging and removing the throttle from the Level 2 will meet the requirements needed to be classified as a Class I ebike.

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.

The Level 2 uses hydraulic disc brakes, 180mm rotors and it stops very responsively when I need it to. This is an essential safety feature when the bike is capable of reaching 28MPH.

The Aventon Level 2 has a great riding position that is comfortable when using it as a commuter bike with a full backpack on your back.

The saddle is adjustable up, down, front, and back as you would expect and 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 additional accessories for Level 2 yet as it comes with much of what you need like fenders (already installed when shipped), a rear rack, and lights – but Aventon’s 10 bell would be very useful to have!

Are the handlebars comfortable?

The handlebars are quite comfortable thanks to the silicone grip but I think they would be more comfortable if there was a more ergonomic shape to be able to rest your palms on the end while cycling.

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

The Level 2 handles off-road terrain surprisingly well but it’s not designed for anything too gnarly. I’d recommend sticking to the roads and light trails. It does also go over gravel surprisingly well.

If you’re looking for an electric bike from Aventon that can ride on pretty much anything, check out the badass Aventon Aventure ebike or the mini folding alternative, the Sinch!

Is the electric motor noisy?

The noise level of the motor is much quieter than other electric bikes I have reviewed to date. I do a ride test in my video review at the end of this post, which shares noise levels from the rider’s perspective, so make sure you watch that after this review.

Key features and specifications that matter

Battery power, range, and max speed

You can get a lot of usage out of the removable internal Lithium-ion 48V, 14Ah (672Wh) battery

You can typically go roughly 60 miles on one charge, depending on rider weight, terrain, incline, and level of power assist being used.

If you plan to just use the throttle then Aventon says you can get 30 miles out of the Level 2 on a single charge – now that’s impressive!

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 or office to charge.

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The Level 2 has a maximum speed of 28MPH with pedal assist, when unlocked and 20MPH just be using the throttle, with no peddling required.

It doesn’t look like an e-bike – it’s stealthy and relatively silent lightweight

As I illuded to earlier, the Level 2 doesn’t look like a typical bulky electric bike and this is one of the things I love about it because e-bikes are notoriously more attractive to bicycle thieves.

So ,the less you can make a bike look like an e-bike, the less likely you’ll be a target to the common bike thief when parking your bike in the city.

The Aventon Level 2 weight is 53lbs (and can take a total payload capacity of 300lbs), which to me is very impressive because most of my electric bike experiences to date (apart from the single-speed Ride1Up Roadster and Aventon Soltera) has been with more bulky-style bikes which are considerably heavier.

Lightweight bikes, like this Aventon commuter bike have the advantage of being able to pick them up more easily when mounting them to a bike rack on your car or garage wall, or lifting them onto public transport for example.

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See my video below on how to operate the display.

Integrated brake lights and included fenders

At the rear of the Level 2, the brake lights are built into the frame which looks really premium.

It’s these stylish design touches that gives Aventon extra class over some of the other electric bike brands out there right now.

The Level 2 goes one step further at the rear and includes an integrated rear light built into the rear fender – see the image below.

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

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And…the Level 2 comes with front and rear fenders as standard, and the best part is that they are already installed. This is a good thing as it means you can get riding much quicker when your bie arrives.

The Aventon Level 2 also has a step-over version – Here’s what you need to know about it

The Level 2 also comes in a step-over edition which may be a more popular option for some but if you have mobility issues and you’re unable to lift your leg up high enough to get over the frame and onto the bike.

The step-through version is generally a better choice if you want an easier way to mount and dismount the bike in general.

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

The Step-over version comes in 2 colors; ‘clay’ and ‘glacier’.

The step-over version comes in two different sizes but caters more toward taller riders where as the step-through also comes in two frame sizes but the smaller frame will suit smaller riders better.

The small frame for the step over will cater to shorter people down to 5’3″ whereas the small frame on the step-through caters to people as short as 4’11”.

Where to buy the Level 2 Commuter e-bike

You can buy the Level directly from aventon.com for 1,799. I see this as great value for money for an electric bike package that offers so many features including full lighting, front and rear fenders, suspension, 60 miles of range, and a top speed of 28MPH.

If you ride a lot in urban environments that may include light trail or gravel roads, and are looking for an electric bike that offers a high maximum speed, great mileage on a single charge, great hill-climbing ability (with the 8-speed gears), and a stylish frame with premium components, then the Aventon Level 2 is the commuter you’ve been holding out for.

If you’re wondering whether to go for the step-through version like I have, or the step-over version, well that’s totally up to you based on the style, how you like to ride, and potentially your height.

I would personally recommend the step through however due to how easy and convenient it is to get on and off.

Having 8 gears and 5 levels of pedal assist from the electric motor will also make riding up hills easier, and will increase your average total mileage because you’ll be able to assist the motor with more power from your legs when you feel like it.

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

It should take the average person half an hour or less to assemble 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 excellent value for money and I’m having lots of fun riding it.

Video review

I hope you enjoyed this Aventon Level 2 review, if you have any questions for me about this electric bike, let me know in the Комментарии и мнения владельцев below.

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Aventon Soltera Single-Speed

Call before ordering to ensure the model and size is in stock. Available in Step-over and Step-through models.

A sleek, single-speed electric bike (also available in a 7 speed) that is nimble and powerful enough to weave through the jungles of the city yet lightweight enough to carry up a flight of stairs after a day’s work.

The elegant and minimalist design is reminiscent of Aventon’s performance cycling roots, but with an electric charge. The performance-inspired geometric frame allows for a more aggressive riding style with room to still enjoy a relaxing ride.

Maneuver your way through the city with the help of the stealthy yet powerful motor, equipped with both a throttle and pedal assist. Or if you’re looking for a bit of a challenge, ride the Soltera using your own force and will. The choice is yours.

Backlit LCD Display W/App Sync

Our state of the art backlit display gives you the all important metrics needed, right at your finger tips: speed, distance traveled, pedal assist level, and more! Easily activate your ebike’s integrated lights and sync to the Aventon app to share your rides with friends and family!

Frame Geometry

The Soltera ebike is meant for those who ride for the thrill of it. Its more aggressive geometry places the riders weight slightly more forward towards the handlebars, giving them greater control and stability as they navigate their commutes.

Integrated Lights

Seamlessly integrated lights make it possible for you to see and be seen. Streamlined taillights operate much like a brake light while Soltera’s headlight is both low profile yet illuminative!

Hub Motor Battery

Take on the pavement routes with our powerful 350W (Nominal) brushless rear hub motor and 10Ah seamlessly integrated battery. People will only know you’re riding a cycling-inspired ebike because of how fast you speed past them!

Pedal Assist Throttle

Take control with throttle on demand and pedal assist functions! Throttle takes you where you need to be without breaking a sweat, while 5 levels of pedal assist allows you to manage your energy output without losing out on speed. Crank it to the maximum or use your own force without assistance; the choice is yours.

The Soltera ships as a Class II ebike, with pedal assist and throttle going up to 20 MPH. The Soltera will also operate with the throttle unplugged and removed, should you want to ride in an area where throttles are prohibited. Unplugging and removing the throttle from the Soltera will meet the requirements needed to be classified as a Class I ebike.

Aventon ebikes are built to the IPX4 water-resistant standard. IPX4 means that your bike is resistant to water splashes from any direction. Which means it’s OK to ride or park your ebike in the rain. It won’t be harmed by spray from a wet road or raindrops. Your ebike is not intended to be submerged or subjected to a pressurized spray. Don’t use a pressure washer or sprayer to clean your ebike.

Aventon’s Pace500.3 Ebike Completely Reinvents What It Means to ‘Go for a Ride’

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It’s time to demand a little more out of your bicycle. Innovation has changed the face of many products, so why not the average bike too? That’s precisely what Aventon believes, but more than that, the brand is reinvigorating the casual bike ride with its electric offerings. Its latest system the Pace500.3 amplifies your trip with high-performance features, including its intuitive torque sensor. It offers a range of up to 60 miles, which is impressive, but made more so thanks to the 48-volt 500-watt brushless rear motor, and 8-speed drivetrain. It all comes together to provide an exceptional experience to riders that reinvents the meaning of “going for a spin.”

Beyond the performance features, it also boasts several innovative options to elevate your ride. All-new turn signal functionality, for example, ensures you’re safe while on the road and that nearby drivers know exactly what you’re doing and where you plan to turn. It also features a built-in LCD color display complete with mobile app connectivity so you can pair your phone for tracking bike rides, earning milestone medals, connecting with other Aventon riders, and much more. Comfort hasn’t fallen by the wayside either, with a cushioned saddle that feels great even after long rides, swept-back handlebars for better posture, and a 606i single-butted aluminum alloy frame that’s plenty sturdy and supportive. These are just the core features and upgrades, there’s a lot more to the Pace500.3 that’s worth discussing.

Electric for Convenience

Imagine riding up a steep slope, pedaling as hard as possible, and wasting all your energy on one leg of your very long trip. That’s no more with Aventon’s Pace500.3 and its other electric bikes. The pedal assist makes sure your pedaling efforts remain consistent, and you can always open up the throttle to make the ride even more pleasant. There are four new pedal assist levels: Eco, Tour, Sport, and Turbo. Each one offers a varying degree of support and speed.

Hydraulic disc brakes ensure you can stop on a dime, yet safely, meanwhile the 500-watt brushless motor powers the entire system, as needed. Integrated rear lights with turn signals alert drivers and other riders nearby, and an integrated front light gives you a small headlight when you’re riding in the dark or during low-light conditions, like a storm. Again, these are all things that you wouldn’t get from your average bicycle, even some competing ebikes. Aventon’s electric solutions provide a degree of convenience to your bike rides that are unprecedented.

When Can I Get a Pace500.3 for Myself?

While all of that sounds wonderful, you’re also probably wondering how and when you can get your hands on your very own Pace500.3. With top speeds of 20 to 28 miles per hour and a range of 60 miles, it’s no surprise that you might be excited by this marvelous burst of innovation. Currently, Aventon will be offering the Pace500.3 at its MSRP of 1,699, which launched earlier this year on March 28, 2023.

You can always find more information about the Pace500.3 ebike at Aventon’s site, as well, which we highly recommend visiting.

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Since its release in 2015, the Apple Watch has sustained its place as one of — if not the — most popular pieces of wearable tech on the market. If you’re already an Apple Watch convert, then you won’t need to be told why this is, but if you’re using the latest iPhone and haven’t added the watch to your setup, now is the perfect time to do so. That’s because Apple is promising an updated operating system that it says will be the most significant since it introduced the very first watch.

The watchOS 10 release date is set for fall 2023, and for all your tech-savvy outdoorsmen, it brings the Apple Watch back to the forefront of the outdoor world. Alongside improved cycling metrics, a cleaner interface, and mental health insights, the watchOS 10 app redesign goes deep into the hiking world.

At its annual World Wide Developer Conference, Tim Cook and the developers at Apple unveiled some exciting new features for its upcoming software updates. While the spotlight might have been on the Vision Pro, don’t miss out on the biggest Apple Watch updates ever, and see if they line up with our predictions. Cyclists especially should pay attention to these game-changing watchOS 10 upgrades. Let’s take a closer look at the watchOS 10 and what it will mean for cyclists.

Apple’s newest features for cycling See new metrics with compatible Bluetooth accessories Bluetooth connection to cycling sensors is long overdue, and Apple-enthusiastic cyclists are breathing a huge sigh of relief. In previous watchOS versions, Bluetooth connection to cycling sensors has been nonexistent, except for heart rate straps. Well, that will all change with watchOS 10. Automatically connect to Bluetooth-enabled accessories to add cadence, speed, and power to your Workout View. A new Power Zones Workout View With the new update, Apple Watch automatically detects your power meter and estimates your Functional Threshold Power (FTP). Using the FTP, which is the highest level of intensity you can maintain for an hour, Apple has created Power Zones, a brand-new feature that indicates your workout’s level of intensity. During your workout, you’ll even be able to track how much time you’ve spent in each zone. By analyzing your performance data, you can fine-tune your training routine and optimize your cycling experience. Your cycling metrics, optimized for iPhone Cycling workouts with watchOS 10 will now seamlessly sync with your iPhone’s Live Activity display. This makes cycling workouts way more accessible. Start a cycling workout from your watch, and it will automatically show up as a Live Activity on your iPhone. With a single tap, your metrics take center stage on the iPhone screen, providing a larger and more convenient view while you’re on the go. This eliminates the need for a dedicated bike computer, offering a cost-effective solution for cyclists at any level.

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Aventon’s Unparalleled Comfort And Power Makes It The Rolls Royce Of E-bikes

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As you may have already noticed on just about any busy street, demand for e-bikes is on the rise (in fact, the market has experienced double-digit growth in recent years). Consumers are picking up on the fact that electric bikes aren’t just a more environmentally friendly mode of transportation – they’re also convenient, easy to ride, and pretty technologically savvy. In 2023, I imagine even more people and businesses will turn to e-bikes as an alternative to traditional transportation.

The popularity of e-bikes also means that many brands have popped up over the past few years. And if we’re being totally honest, we’ve found sorting through the bevy of e-bike brands to be a bit overwhelming here at TQE.

That’s why Aventon’s Level2 e-bikes caught my attention a few months ago. My husband and I have been eager to give this new mode of transportation a go, and we were attracted to the brand’s positive reviews and sleek design. Aventon, which was founded in 2013 in Southern California, seeks to make high-quality bikes (we’re talking everything from road bikes to electric bikes and fixed gear bikes) that are both stylish and affordable. Aventon’s bikes are designed with a FOCUS on performance, style and value, and known for their lightweight frames, high-quality components and comfortable riding positions. It sounded like the perfect entry point for us.

A Winning Choice

The specific features of an Aventon bike depend on the model you choose and its intended use. Road bikes will have lightweight frames and aerodynamic design for speed and efficiency, while electric bikes will sport a motor and battery for assisted pedaling. But, rest assured: Aventon’s accessibility, elegant design, history of high-performance, and reliability on every ride are apparent no matter which model you choose (this attention to detail across every small factor, Aventon claims, is also what sets the brand apart from others in the space). Aventon also offers a 1 year warranty and 14-day returns, which eased any fears we might have had about making the investment.

We went with the Aventon Level2 (1,949), a compact and stylish e-bike that is designed for urban commuting and leisure riding. Level2 is an upgrade to the flagship commuter eBike – joyriding re-invented – and engineered for riders looking to escape their cars and keep up with traffic at the same time. It’s built with geometry and convenience features for urban riders, like a 250W brushless motor and a fully integrated 36V 10Ah lithium-ion battery, which provides a range of up to 35 miles per charge. We live in Los Angeles and can easily ride back and forth to the beach, pick up groceries, and do family joy-rides to breakfast without worrying about them even coming close to running out of charge.

The Technical Components

The Level2 is built for performance with a 7-speed Shimano drivetrain, hydraulic disc brakes, a front suspension fork that provides ultimate comfort and safety no matter the terrain or time of day, and a comfortable saddle and handlebars for a smooth and enjoyable ride. Other features of the Level2 e-bike include a display panel for tracking speed and battery life, as well as a built-in headlight and taillight for visibility in low light conditions. If you really know your bikes and are looking for specifics, it’s equipped with preinstalled fenders and a rear rack.

We bought a saddleback for the rear rack so we can easily haul groceries or goods for a picnic. The Level2 can transport it all, from work essentials to picnic goodies, without the elements taking their toll. It’s also available in a range of colors and sizes to suit different riders and preferences (we got his and hers Polar White and Clay Gray).

Enjoying The Ride

As first-time e-bike owners, we have been very impressed by the powerful and efficient performance and durability of these bikes. You can take control of your ride with Level2, intuitively amplifying your effort or going against electric and pedaling solely with your power. When I’m looking for a workout, I take off any of the electric support, but when I’m looking for the bike to take me on a ride or climbing a steep hill, I’ll amp up the support.

It’s been a joy experiencing city-living in a completely new way. And it’s been incredible bringing our kids along for the ride. If you live in a bike-friendly city or neighborhood and are curious about the experience, we can’t recommend Aventon enough. Adventuring outdoors with the whole family in tow is well worth the price.

Five Reasons To Love Aventon’s E-Bikes:

  • Right now, you can get 150 off with the code Level150 or 200 in free accessories with the code FreeAccessories.
  • The Level2 bike alone has over 2,000 five-star reviews. These bikes are well-loved by a community of riders.
  • Level2 comes in two sizes to suit most adults: Regular for individuals 5’3″. 5’10″ and Large for those 5’10″. 6’4″.
  • The brand offers add-ons like helmets, a child trailer, cooler bag, and pet basket.
  • Whether you’re looking for an e-bike, fat tire bike, off road bike, step-through bike, or folding bike, Aventon has a high-quality, mindfully-designed bike fit for you.

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