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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Aventon Level.2 Step-Through. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
22 reasons to buy
- The Aventon Level Step-Through is easy to mount and dismount with its low-slung frame.
- Hydraulic disc brakes with 180mm rotors stop the bike quickly when engaged.
- The LCD display is easy to read. It is backlit and the text is easy to read.
- A sturdy kickstand is included with the bike.
- The battery is integrated into the downtube. It can be charged on or off the bike.
- Aventon designed the bike to meet the IPX4 water resistance standard. It can be rained on without being damaged.
- The front and rear fenders that are included with the bike keep riders dry on wet and muddy days.
- A folding multitool is included with the Level Step-Through.
- A rack is included with the bike that can support a weight up to 55 lb.
- The rear hub motor allows riders to reach speeds up to 28 mph with its five levels of pedal assist.
- The bike has a throttle that is easy to operate with a thumb throttle. The maximum throttle speed is 20 mph.
- With a range of up to 57 miles, the bike can take the place of a second car. Testers found it great for commuting, running errands, and riding to meet up with friends.
- The brakes shut off the power. This is a great safety feature.
- The cadence sensor is sealed in the bottom bracket. It ensures power is constantly delivered when riders are pedaling with assistance.
- There is a walk mode. This helps riders maneuver the bike’s weight when they are not pedaling.
- Assembly is an easy and quick process. The bike arrives 85% assembled. Aventon provides a user manual and access to videos to guide users through the process.
- The Suntour suspension fork has 75 mm of travel. This reduces the impact felt over bumps in the road.
- The Level Step-Through is available in two sizes. Riders 4’11” to 6’2” can find a suitable size.
- The seat post is adjustable with a quick-release clamp. This makes it easy to adjust between multiple users in a household.
- The upright seated position is extremely comfortable.
- 27.5” wheels fitted with 2.2” Kenda Kwick tires roll smoothly over pavement and packed dirt.
- Testers agree the 'Earth Grey' color of the bike is attractive.
4 reasons not to buy
- The handlebars have minimal adjustment. Testers desired greater adjustment in this area.
- The bike does not accelerate as quickly as electric bikes with smaller wheels.
- Experts note the bike does not climb steep grades easily. It feels bogged down.
- Aventon does not include lights with the bike.