Aventon Ramblas

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Release Year
Charge Time
5 Hours
Maximum Range
80 Miles
Top Speed
20 mph
250 W
100 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
36V 20Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
50.6, 54, 57 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Aventon Ramblas. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

17 reasons to buy

  • The range wows testers. A max assist (PAS 3) test covers 47.5 miles and 1,150 feet of elevation at 17.5mph. A PAS 1 tests covers 107.5 miles and 2,224 feet at 13mph.
  • The abundant, “controllable” power inspires confidence, making the Ramblas ideal for MTB noobs, say reviewers.
  • Testers savor the “natural” assistance and relatively easy unassisted pedaling.
  • Experts are impressed by the Ramblas' climbing performance.
  • The SRAM 4-piston hydraulic disc brakes are excellent, say reviewers.
  • There are four frame sizes to fit riders from 5’1” to 6’5”.
  • The Small frame has size-appropriate 720mm handlebars, 27.5” wheels, and 125mm-travel dropper post.
  • The bike comes with a 4A fast charger and two integrated taillights. Commuters can optionally install the included headlight, reflectors, and kickstand.
  • Aventon includes a KS dropper seatpost with the Ramblas.
  • Assist power, max torque, and acceleration level for each of the three PAS levels are customizable via the Aventon app.
  • Experts praise the performance of the RockShox 35 Silver TK suspension fork, which has 130mm of travel and adjustable rebound.
  • SRAM's NX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain is noteworthy at this price point.
  • The Boost spacing and thru-axles enhance rigidity and upgradability.
  • The Ramblas has clearance for 2.6” tires.
  • Experts feel the geometry is "decent," with the bike handling well on climbs and descents. The head tube angle is 66.5° and seat tube angle 74.5°.
  • Reviewers compliment the “smooth” welds and “beautiful” hand-painted Borealis finish which is unique to each Ramblas.
  • Aventon’s US dealer network numbers 1,000+.

5 reasons not to buy

  • A tester reports multiple instances of electronic failure, raising doubts about long-term reliability.
  • The wheels and tires aren't tubeless-ready.
  • The “flimsy” battery cover and latch disappoint reviewers.
  • Some testers complain of a “stiff” dropper lever.
  • A reviewer says that despite Aventon’s video guides, assembly could be a challenge for some owners.

Bottom line

Aventon’s Ramblas is a hardtail e-MTB with a 20Ah battery, a high-torque mid-drive motor, quality brand-name components, and a hand-painted finish. Experts praise the well-rounded performance and design. Standout points include the “excellent” battery range and climbing ability, “terrific” brakes, and impressive suspension. Reviewers are slightly disappointed by the fork’s lack of adjustability and the non-tubeless-ready wheelset. However, they appreciate the bike’s upgradeability. Overall, the Ramblas is deemed a massive bargain and an excellent first e-MTB that could “upset” the market. That said, prospective buyers should beware Aventon’s poor reputation for reliability and support.

Expert Reviews

93/100 based on 4 rated expert reviews
Ebike Escape

Aventon Ramblas Review: Aventon Takes on Trek, Specialized, and Giant With This E-MTB!

The Aventon Ramblas is a well-designed machine, with solid components and a spectacular paint job. Although a couple of upgrades might have been nice – such as an air front fork – any concessions are justified by the accessible price point. And upgrade capacity is built in.

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Electric Bike Report

Aventon Ramblas E-MTB Review, 2024

… Aventon trying its hand on making a motor AND making its first mountain bike easily could have warranted a “let’s wait and see” approach from me. But I think there was enough good experience and value here to dive in now.

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Electric Bike Review

Aventon Ramblas E-MTB Review, 2024

What Aventon has done with the Ramblas is a shock. It may only be February, but this could turn out to be the e-bike of the year.

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Aventon Ramblas E-MTB Review

Overall, the Aventon Ramblas offers a cohesive, high-value package of power, components, and ride dynamics for a very budget-friendly price.

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Electric Bike Journal

Aventon’s First E-MTB and Mid-Drive Electric Bike

Aventon did a great job of making a capable off road bike that can still tackle the commute… Moreover, this would be a solid upgrade from a bike like the Aventure if you would like to explore off road more.

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E-MTB Review

Aventon Ramblas Review – Best, Cheap E-MTB With Mid-Drive 100NM Motor – 10 Pros & 5 Cons

So, for the price that you’re getting it at, pretty incredible.

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Scott Hardesty

Aventon Ramblas Review: Is It Worth It?

I think they have a really good, I mean… an extremely good, setup for somebody who’s just wanting to get into mountain biking.

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Top To Bottom MTB

Ultimate Test of the Aventon Ramblas

I had a ton of fun on its maiden voyage. I have a few ideas for upgrades I’m going to do to this bike and then take it back out.

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Aventon Bets Big With Its New Ramblas Electric Mountain Bike

… the Ramblas is sufficiently appointed for off-road use. This bike’s sharp price and accessibility help open up mountain biking and trail riding to more cyclists.

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Aventon Ramblas Is the Brand’s First Mid-Drive E-MTB With 100NM of Torque!

It would be a great fit for someone new to mountain biking, someone who likes to explore, or someone like me who is simply eMTB curious.

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Aventon Goes E-Mountain Biking With New High-End ‘Ramblas’ Model

Every so often a bike comes along that entirely shifts the bicycle market—the Ramblas might do that for mountain biking.

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