On Pedal Assist, 20 MPH on Throttle
|Rider Height||Recommended Size|
|Pace 500 and 350||5'1"-5'7"
|Pace 500 Step-Through
and 350 Step-Through
|Sinch||5'0"-6'3"||One size fits most adults and teens|
TRACK AND FIXED GEAR BIKES
|Rider Height||Recommended Size|
Monitor your charge level, speed, distance, and pedal assist level right on the handlebar. There's even a backlight for night rides.
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.
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.
With the included rear rack and fenders the Level can take you and your belongings wherever you please.
Level's stealthy and removable battery packs a big 672Wh capacity for a full day's commuting without charging.
Shifter, derailleur, and freewheel from a trusted brand.
Level comes in 3 sizes to suit almost all adults and teens.
5'1" - 5'7"
5'11" - 6'4"
|Height||5'1" - 5'7"||5'7" - 5'11"||5'11" - 6'4"|
|A | Effective Top Tube Length||562mm||579mm||603mm|
|B | Seat Tube Length, Center to Top||380mm||440mm||500mm|
|C | Standover Height||590mm||660mm||690mm|
|D | Stack||615mm||624mm||634mm|
|E | Reach||361mm||364mm||385mm|
|F | Head Tube Angle||70°||70°||70°|
|G | Seat Tube Angle||69°||69°||69°|
|H | Fork Offset||44mm||44mm||44mm|
|I | BB Drop||50mm||50mm||50mm|
|J | Wheelbase||1090mm||1097mm||1122mm|
|K | Chainstay||480mm||480mm||480mm|
|L | Head Tube Length||140mm||150mm||160mm|
Level ships as a Class III ebike, with up to 28 MPH on pedal assist and 20 MPH on throttle. If you are riding on private property or in an area without ebike speed restrictions, the speed limit can be modified in the settings, and Level's powerful motor can go up to about 32 MPH on pedal assist. Level will also operate with the throttle unplugged and removed, should you want to ride in an area where throttles are not allowed.
Aventon ebikes are built to the IPX4 water-resistant standard. IPX4 means that your bike is resistant to water splashes from any direction. This 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.
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My background: I'm a 52 y/o male and experienced severe knee trauma several years ago. After 3 major surgeries my exercise options are limited. I started biking a few years ago but the wear and tear of fighting hills and Kansas wind was too much. Lack of regular cardio has helped increase my weight by 60-70 pounds over the past 10 years and I now weigh in around 230.
What I looked for: I've ridden e-bikes before and was intrigued about the possibility of getting one and using it to ride to work (about 15 miles with some hills and often strong winds). E-bike prices were the main reason I did not get one earlier. Several weeks ago I found the Aventon Level online and like the reviews and price point. Range was my greatest concern and I needed something that could handle my weight and not give out before I made it up the last hill. The Level appeared to be what I was looking for and I place my order.
My bike arrives: The bike arrived 6 days after placing my order, arriving well packaged and undamaged. Assembly was fairly simple but you'll have to use YouTube for directions. The YouTube video is OK but would be better if more close ups were provided. The rear wheel comes attached but I took mine off to place liners in the tires. I had a question during reassembly and ended up using Aventon Pace videos to answer my question (I remembered someone complaining online that the Pace did not come with the rear wheel attached) and this worked fairly well. Had I not taken the tires off I believe assembly would have taken about 30 minutes. I put the battery on a charger and was out the next morning.
My riding experience: Over the past 2 weeks I've ridden 310 miles and have only missed one day, due to cold weather. I break my riding into two categories, commuter and recreational. My ride to work is about 15 miles and takes me 45 minutes. I ride fairly aggressively with pedal assist, mainly PAS 3 & 4, and have about 5 miles of battery left when I arrive. When I'm riding for fun and exercise I use PAS 0 - 3 to conserve battery power. I've had a couple of rides over 30 miles and had quite a bit of battery remaining. PAS 5 is like pushing the gas on your car and will drain the battery, go low and slow up steep hills and you'll extend your range quite a bit.
Most of my riding has been on paved roads, but I have ridden about 40-50 miles on packed gravel on a local levee and probably 5-10 miles on loose gravel. The bike handles well on all surfaces and is a great ride. I plan on following up after I reach 1,000 miles. At this time I have to say this bike is a great value and is everything that I was looking for.
This is literally my first bike I've ever purchased new as I typically ride fixed or single speed. However i have had many accidents and suffer from bad knees and a destroyed right shoulder. I recently had a broken shoulder with breaks on my arm four times in a spur, twice on my collar, and one rib... with that being said I still commute to work but I live in a mountainous town. Did some research and landed on the aventon pace 500 last year but the black one sold out in large so I took it as a sign and saved my purchase... that was until I saw the level. Boy am I happy with my purchase the route I take has mostly max speed limits of 30 - 35 mph and I keep up with traffic. Not to mention the hills are no longer an issue and my knee is recovering. I must admit it works too well sometimes and I ride comfortably regardless of hills, since it does have a shifter and multiple levels of assist. I tested the range the other day and got 40 miles out of it easily with some juice left.... although I did change the assist multiple times during my ride. I catch myself using it to go run errands more than my car now. I have added a milk carton to the rack to go do groceries the other day and can't complain.
The only complaint I have is my box came very damaged and it cost me a little extra to go get my hanger and derailleur straightened out whenever I took it to my local shop to get built. Also had to pay a little extra to get a spacer added so the fork and the handlebars would tighten.
Other than that it has been an amazing ride I've already gone about a 100 miles worth of rides on it... all were fun and a breeze.
Ramon in Texas
I am not the type to leave lengthy reviews, and I’m not prepared to start today.. Bottom line, this is the first electric bike I’ve ever bought, and I’m gonna ride this bike for a longggg time.. Overall preformance A+
Had the level bicycle two weeks now. I followed the youtube assembly instructions and it was a cinch. This is my first Ebike and for anyone that watched TV in the 70's, the experience is like the Lee Majors, the Bionic Man.
The controls and power are impressive. With this bike I can get a workout or rely on the peddle assist for the commute so I am not getting to work in a sweat. Frame, wheels are super solid, a very stable ride.
I highly recommend this bike for anyone that loves to ride.
Bought bike to make commute faster. Was able to take 20 minutes off of my commute while still getting a very good work out. Need to get used to geometry (used to a road bike) but very comfortable and smooth riding. even at 28 miles an hour was able to take up much of the bumps well. I have a lot of hills and wondered if it could make it up them. No problem, the steepest hills i could still hit 15 miles per hour and moderate stay at 20 mph.
No problem putting bike together about 20 minutes, most of the time just unpacking and cutting the packing tape and straps. Make sure to oil the chain.
First day of commuting in pouring rain (washington) still had full control of bike and fenders worked well as can be expected with brakes working very well even being very wet.
Time will tell how durable everything is but so far works great.
For the price compared to other bikes and the ability to change the settings unlike other bikes anyone can start commuting now.