Take Up to $150 Off Some of Our Favorite Aventon E-Bikes, Now Through Labor Day
E-bike company Aventon has unveiled its sitewide Labor Day sale, and it’s slashing the prices on select bicycles and all of its accessories. Now through Sept. 6, you can nab an e-bike at up to $150 off, and take an additional 20% discount off all Aventon accessories.
These discounts are based on model, frame size, and color, but you can expect to take $150 off select versions the fat tire Aventure (and its step-through version), the well-rounded commuter Next-Gen Pace 500 (also available in step-through), and the predecessor to what we believe is the best e-bike on the market, period, the Level (and its step-through counterpart as well).
Also on sale at $100 off is the budget-friendly single- or 7-speed commuter Soltera and its step-through frame, as well as the foldable Sinch. New customers can also sign up for Aventon’s newsletter and receive $20 off their purchase, as well as free shipping for items over $100!
If you’re looking for some accessories to grab for your next ride, Aventon is offering 20% off all accessories sitewide. This includes helmets, locks, mirrors, lights, and phone mounts. You don’t have to buy an e-bike to take advantage of these accessory discounts, either!
Aventon makes some of our favorite lower- and mid-level e-bikes on the market, and it offers a variety of styles that will cater to just about any type of rider. Its premiere e-bike, the Pace 350/500, debuted during a time when electric bicycles weren’t so common. Since 2013, Aventon has been upgrading its formula, and now has over a dozen in its arsenal.
Not sure which Aventon e-bike is right for you? Read our guide on the six best Aventon e-bikes, or grab our pick down below.
The Pace 500 is the second-generation (hence, Next-Gen) of e-bikes from Aventon, and it’s one of our favorites to date. It features a 500-watt rear-hub motor, a sleek Digital display, tough Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, ergonomic grips, an adjustable-rise stem, integrated head, tail and brake lights, and one cushy saddle. This classic 3 e-bike has a 28 mph max pedal-assist, throttle, and one powerful motor.
Deputy editor Tara Seplavy tested the Pace 500 earlier this year, and believes it to be an excellent bike fit for cruising or riding at a leisurely pace. “Pace 500 packs a lot of punch with both power and style,” she writes. “If you’re seeking a comfortable e-bike for cruising the boardwalk, RVing, or riding on bike paths and rail trails, you should certainly take a look at the Pace 500.”
You can find the Pace 500 on sale in Midnight Black and a regular-sized frame today at $1549, taking $150 off its regular price.
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