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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Aventon Sinch. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- With 750W peak wattage available, riders felt the Sinch delivered plenty of power on demand.
- Aventon says the Sinch will fit riders from 5’0” to 6’3” in height.
- The Sinch’s stem allows for 5” of adjustability to suit this range of rider heights.
- With a concealed battery and hydroformed aluminum frame, riders and reviewers appreciate the Sinch’s appearance.
- The Sinch’s battery is lockable and removable for security or charging off the bike.
- The Sinch’s RST Guide Suspension fork offers 45mm of travel, adjustable compression and lockout.
- Fat 4” Kenda Krusade tires are versatile and can be run at low pressures for riding on soft surfaces.
- Bigger owners, weighing up to 180lb and reaching 6”, feel the Sinch is a good fit.
- Owners said the Sinch’s wide Velo saddle was very comfortable.
- The Sinch arrives mostly assembled.
- Riders were satisfied with the Sinch’s Tektro mechanical disc brakes.
- The Sinch is backed by a 1-year warranty for the bike and a lifetime warranty for the frame.
- The Sinch’s monochrome LCD display is clear to read and provides a 10-bar battery indicator.
7 reasons not to buy
- The Sinch does not latch when folded and might be too awkward for public transport.
- At 68 lb, with folding mechanisms and front suspension, reviewers describe the Sinch as, "fairly hefty" and, "on the heavier side".
- Reviewers found the Sinch’s 14-28 tooth cassette resulted in a limited gear range.
- Significant motor noise can be heard when riding the Sinch.
- One reviewer felt the Sinch’s brake levers could be improved with adjustable reach.
- Some riders struck their legs against the Sinch’s frame hinge.
- The Sinch’s M5 display unit randomly resets the odometer.
Expert Reviews100/100 based on 1 rated expert review
Aventon Sinch Folding Fat Tire eBike 20mph | 750w | 48V 13.4Ah Battery
I’m liking the look and most of the specs… In its folded state this bike (and really all folding fat-tire e-bikes) is smaller but not what I would really call ‘ultra-compact’… if you’ve never ridden an e-bike with 20” x 4.0” fat tires, it’s as close to a two-wheel version of a go-kart as you can get, and I mean loads of fun.