IT'S LIKE RIDING A BIKE                        
IT'S LIKE RIDING A BIKE                    

It's Like Riding a Bike

Aventon ebikes feature an electric motor and battery to help you ride faster and further - ride em' just like any other bike.

It's Like Riding a Bike

Aventon ebikes feature an electric motor and battery to help you ride faster and further - ride em' just like any other bike.

It's Like Riding a Bike

Aventon ebikes feature an electric motor and battery to help you ride faster and further - ride em' just like any other bike.

What is an ebike?

E-Bikes look and feel just like traditional bicycles, with a key difference - they include an electric motor and battery for an extra boost. The motor can help you conquer hills, keep up with traffic, or pull a trailer. E-Bikes with pedal assist turn on the motor when the rider pedals. E-Bikes with throttles can turn on the motor to propel the bike even when the rider does not pedal.

Whether your goal is getting fit, commuting to work, or running errands, an Aventon E-Bike can help you go faster and further:

  • Electric motors - Aventon E-Bikes use powerful hub motors, ranging from 350 to 500 watts
  • High-performance battery - just like your laptop or an electric car; with Lithium-ion cells. Recharge from any standard wall outlet
  • Handlebar controls - turn your bike on and off, choose level of pedal assist; plus throttle
  • Display - shows you how fast you're going, your current level of pedal assist, and much more.

What is different about Aventon ebike models?

Most of the bikes offered by our competitors do not include a throttle - their motor only turns on when the rider pedals. Aventon's Pace E-Bikes offer BOTH pedal assist and throttle operations, so riders can choose how to ride based on their needs.

Which Aventon ebike is right for me?

We recommend the 28 MPH Pace 500 for customers who want to accelerate as quickly as possible and ride at higher top speeds (for example, those who want to keep up with car traffic in urban environments) and the Pace 350 for more casual use (bike paths, suburban areas) where 20 MPH is plenty.

How fast can I go on an ebike?

Class I and II ebikes max out at 20 MPH, while Class III ebikes go up to 28 MPH. If you are riding your ebike on private property, or in a region without ebike speed limits, even higher speeds may be possible. For example, the Pace 500 can go about 31 MPH if you remove the speed limiter in settings.

How far can I go on an ebike?

The range of your ebike varies based on rider weight, wind, hills, and how much pedal assist or throttle you choose. Our ebikes average about 30 miles of range.

Which types of ebikes are legal where I live?

Aventon ebikes conform to California's "Class I, II, III" ebike law. In summary, you can ride Class I, II, III ebikes on any roadway. Class I and II ebikes can also ride bike paths (bikeways completely separated from car traffic), but Class III ebikes are not supposed to be used there. Some regions also have helmet and age restrictions for Class III bikes.

Many other states have also adopted California's regulations, so the rules are the same in most other states too. You can check the specific rules for your location using People for Bikes' state-by-state ebike guide.

Class II and III Aventon Pace ebikes can be "home converted" to Class I ebikes by unplugging and removing the throttle and setting the speed limiter to 20 MPH.

Do I have to wear a helmet?

We recommend you always wear a helmet when riding, regardless of the specific bike or your location. Local laws vary, but many states require helmets for all riders on Class III ebikes. Laws requiring helmet use for riders under 18 are also common (ebike or not).

Do I have to wear a helmet?

We recommend you always wear a helmet when riding, regardless of the specific bike or your location. Local laws vary, but many states require helmets for all riders on Class III ebikes. Laws requiring helmet use for riders under 18 are also common (ebike or not).

How old do I have to be to ride an ebike?

Check your local laws to be sure, but most states have adopted the "Class I, II, & III" ebike rules first used by California, which restrict use of Class III ebikes to riders 16 and older. Generally, Class I and II ebikes can be ridden by riders of all ages.

How old do I have to be to ride an ebike?

Check your local laws to be sure, but most states have adopted the "Class I, II, III" ebike rules first used by California, which restrict use of Class III ebikes to riders 16 and older., Generally, Class I and II ebikes can be ridden by riders of all ages.

Can I ride my ebike off-road & dirt trails?

Often, Class I ebikes can be ridden anywhere traditional bikes are allowed; however, more stringent restrictions may be enforced at the local, state, or federal level. You should check with the specific land or park owner to be certain.

Can I ride my ebike off-road & dirt trails?

Often, Class I ebikes can be ridden anywhere traditional bikes are allowed; however, more stringent restrictions may be enforced at the local, state, or federal level. You should check with the specific land or park owner to be certain.

6 TIPS TO HELP YOU CHOOSE THE BEST E-BIKE FOR 2019

As the e-bike market continues to grow there are hundreds of electric bikes (or e-bikes) being released every year now and no doubt you’ve heard from friends or family about how great they are. Buying an electric bike can sometimes be challenging when you don't really know exactly what to look for in an e-bike. The bike market is very huge which is why we have come up with a list of things you should be aware of before making your purchase.

6 TIPS TO HELP YOU CHOOSE THE BEST E-BIKE FOR 2019

As the e-bike market continues to grow there are hundreds of electric bikes (or e-bikes) being released every year now and no doubt you’ve heard from friends or family about how great they are. Buying an electric bike can sometimes be challenging when you don't really know exactly what to look for in an e-bike. The bike market is very huge which is why we have come up with a list of things you should be aware of before making your purchase.

CARING FOR YOUR E-BIKE BATTERY

Like any other device that uses a lithium-ion battery, the range and performance of your e-bike can be dramatically affected by temperature changes. Have you noticed that your iPhone or Android battery life goes down while skiing or hiking on cold days, but returns to normal when you go back inside? Temperature plays a big role in the effectiveness of the battery.

CARING FOR YOUR E-BIKE BATTERY

Like any other device that uses a lithium-ion battery, the range and performance of your e-bike can be dramatically affected by temperature changes. Have you noticed that your iPhone or Android battery life goes down while skiing or hiking on cold days, but returns to normal when you go back inside? Temperature plays a big role in the effectiveness of the battery.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CLASS 1,2, or 3 EBIKE?

Choosing between class 1, 2, and 3 e-bikes could be a little difficult if you are not exactly sure of what the difference between each class is or what you are looking for. Luckily for you here at Aventon we are striving to become your go to e-bike experts to help you along the way with making the best decision when choosing the type of e-bike that would best fit you.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CLASS 1,2, or 3 EBIKE?

Choosing between class 1, 2, and 3 e-bikes could be a little difficult if you are not exactly sure of what the difference between each class is or what you are looking for. Luckily for you here at Aventon we are striving to become your go to e-bike experts to help you along the way with making the best decision when choosing the type of e-bike that would best fit you.

6 TIPS TO HELP YOU CHOOSE THE BEST E-BIKE FOR 2019

As the e-bike market continues to grow there are hundreds of electric bikes (or e-bikes) being released every year now and no doubt you’ve heard from friends or family about how great they are. Buying an electric bike can sometimes be challenging when you don't really know exactly what to look for in an e-bike. The bike market is very huge which is why we have come up with a list of things you should be aware of before making your purchase.

CARING FOR YOUR E-BIKE BATTERY

Like any other device that uses a lithium-ion battery, the range and performance of your e-bike can be dramatically affected by temperature changes. Have you noticed that your iPhone or Android battery life goes down while skiing or hiking on cold days, but returns to normal when you go back inside? Temperature plays a big role in the effectiveness of the battery.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CLASS 1,2, or 3 EBIKE?

Choosing between class 1, 2, and 3 e-bikes could be a little difficult if you are not exactly sure of what the difference between each class is or what you are looking for. Luckily for you here at Aventon we are striving to become your go to e-bike experts to help you along the way with making the best decision when choosing the type of e-bike that would best fit you.

Where can I try an Aventon ebike?

Visit an Aventon Elite Dealer, who carry the full line of models, sizes, and colors.