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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Aventon Sinch Step-Through. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
14 reasons to buy
- The Sinch ST folds smoothly at the frame, handlebars and pedals, to fit in your car boot or closet.
- A 48V 14Ah battery ensures a realistic maximum range of around 40 miles.
- Stylin’ design cues and tanwall tires confirm the Sinch ST as a real stunner.
- With a low-slung step-through frame, the Sinch ST is easy to mount and dismount.
- 7 gears couple with 5 assist levels to provide plenty of gear range for all terrains.
- Reviewers say that there is very little delay when pedal-assist engages.
- With an adjustable-height handlebar, the Sinch ST fits riders 4’11” to 6’3”.
- Tires? The Sinch ST’s 4” fatties are ready to roll over various surfaces.
- A 45mm suspension fork counters small-wheel bump feedback on uneven roads.
- The Sinch ST has an easily readable full-color display that syncs with Aventon’s app.
- With a 3-amp charger, the Sinch ST’s battery is fully juiced in 4 to 5 hours.
- The Sinch ST's display shows trip time, ‘calories burned’ and ‘trees saved’.
- Testers found the Sinch ST very quick and easy to assemble with included tools.
- A sturdy kickstand is included with the Sinch ST.
5 reasons not to buy
- At 68lb, the Sinch ST is heavy enough to create its own miniature gravity field.
- With no fenders, mud and water soaked Sinch ST riders.
- Some testers would prefer the power of hydraulic disc brakes.
- Lights are not included with the Sinch ST.
- Higher quality means a higher asking price, compared to some of the competition.
Expert Reviews90/100 based on 1 rated expert review
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Braking power is good from the cable-actuated discs, but I’d like to see them move up to hydraulic systems if possible. I was also a bit disappointed to see the Sinch did not include fenders or lights. Despite those minor quibbles, I had a lot of fun on the Sinch and it was great to be able to pop it into the back of my small electric car without needing a bike rack.