Kijote Adventure Bike

Charcoal Skid
Sunset Yellow
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Kijote [pronounced: key-ho-teh] is the spirit of Adventure. It represents the many paths you can take, whether it be wild or tame. Choose to take the path less ridden or pick up speed on smooth roads, only you can decide. With mechanical disc brakes and a durable, yet comfy double-butted Chromoly steel frame, the Kijote is ready for anything

TECH NOTE: Through our own testing, we found compatibility with 650b wheels, with a max tire size of 47mm. We have also found compatibility up to 40mm on the stock 700c wheelset.

  • Durable and Comfortable 4130 Chromoly Steel Frame and Fork
  • Wide 700x35c Tires with Semi-Knobby Tread
  • Braze-ons for Front and Rear Racks
  • 30-Day Hassle-Free Return Policy
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Full Geometry Chart


Height 5'3" - 5'6" 5'6" - 5'10" 5'10" - 6'1" 6'1" - 6'4"
A | Effective Top Tube Length 531 547 560 575
B | Seat Tube Length C-T 440 473 500 525
C | Standover Height 702 732 758 785
D | Stack 574 590 611 642
E | Reach 366 373 379 385
F | Head Tube Angle 71 71.9 72.1 72.5
G | Seat Tube Angle 74 73.5 73.5 73.5
H | Fork Offset 50 50 50 50
I | BB Drop 85 85 85 85
J | Wheelbase 1004 1007 1013 1029
K | Chainstay 425 425 425 425
L | Head Tube Length 130 143 163 195
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Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
First gravel bike

I bought the Kijote as my first gravel bike, and it really got me interested in gravel biking. Out of the box, there was little assembly needed. It did require some adjusting of the brakes and derailleurs, after that it shifted great.

I love it

After a few weeks riding it so far I really dig it. Coming from fixed it's so nice to have gears again. It's a bit heavy but it feels rock solid so I don't mind the extra weight. Coming from the Mataro this is a much more comfortable, stable ride. I love my Mataro for speed and flickability, but the Kijote just feels like it can run over everything. I'm enjoying my purchase very much. The brakes are squeaky so I might just buy some better pads.


Still putting money into this bike for it to work properly

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Only been able to get one ride in so far on my Kijote, but it was a fun ride for sure! This bike fit the bill for what I was looking for. Low entry fee into a drop bar bike to add to the stable, 4130 steel frame/fork, generous tire clearance, and a disk frame/fork that would work with the disk wheelsets I already had on hand. The only issue I had out of the box was entirely personal preference, and it was that the bars felt too narrow and the stem too long. Those issues have since been remedied. I went one size up on the bars and threw on a mtb stem I had laying around that was 30mm shorter than the Aventon unit shipped. Not ever been a huge Shimano fan, but the drivetrain did it’s job well, and I might actually say I like it. Sure, the whole bike needs a few adjustments out of the box, but that’s how it goes. The bike feels nice and solid. No weird creaks, yet anyway. The brakes are ok, and I say that because I haven’t used mechanical brakes for quite some time. Just need to get the feel back I guess. I mean, it’s only $600! That’s a drop in the bucket in the bike world! If you’re on the fence, and looking for this kind of bike, just buy it! You can always upgrade this or that later if you want, but in the meantime you have something you can totally get out and ride. It felt comfortable, it didn’t really show it’s weight(for me, anyway), it liked to be on some singletrack as well as pavement, and everything worked as it should. Completely happy with this purchase. Aventon’s customer service is excellent as well!

Decent Bike

No instructions on how to put it together but I figured it out. Stem was impossible to get handlebars on, the bolts did not even tighten. I am not even using the stem that came with the bicycle anymore since it doesn’t work. Fork was also set up backwards on arrival, ended up putting the wheel on backwards the first time.

Had to adjust front and rear derailluers to get gears shifting correctly. This was easy enough to do. Front brake had to be adjusted since there is barely any clearance for the outer break rim to move outwards but it got it moved. Still working in the rear brake, it’s squealing when I brake and when I brake lightly using the rear brake, the entire bike starts to have a resonance and vibrates. Tried cleaning the rim with alcohol and do a bedding in but doesn’t seem to have fixed it so far.

Overall, decent bike. Needs a lot of tinkering before being able to ride.