What to know about Aventon Pace E-Bikes
The all-new Aventon Pace brings upgrades to a tried and tested lineup of city cruisers. Explore this comprehensive guide and find out what’s different between the Pace 500 and Pace 350. Launched as Aventon’s original ebike, this flagship urban model continues to impress.
What are Aventon Pace Electric Bikes?
The Pace can be thought of as the Swiss Army knife within Aventon’s ebike range. More robust than the Soltera and with extra versatility compared to the Level, the Pace is designed for all types of city riding. Choose between the 500W or 350W motor options to give you a boost during commutes or weekend joyrides.
Aventon Pace 500 E-Bike
The Pace 500 is an urban ebike that packs a punch. The relaxed frame geometry combines with a more powerful 500W motor to transform this comfortable cruiser into a city workhorse. It’s the ideal Aventon bicycle ideal for faster commuting and recreational rides.
Aventon Pace 350 E-Bike
The next-gen Pace 350 is Aventon’s cruiser-style ebike for urban riders on a budget. This Class 2 model strikes the perfect balance between comfort and power and comes loaded with useful features for city riding. For the money, the Pace 350 outperforms rival ebikes due to its reliable components and sleek urban look.
Who are Aventon Pace E-Bikes ideal for?
Built with urban and recreational cyclists in mind, the Pace is a comfortable, cruiser-style ebike that thrives on city streets, local paths, boardwalks and more. If you’re on the hunt for a do-it-all ebike to ride on your commute as well as weekend outings, the Pace is a sure bet. Its relaxed geometry and optional step-through frame are great for city riders looking for a more comfortable setup.
Aventon Pace Main Features
The Aventon Pace is both built around a 6061 aluminum alloy frame and 27.5” wheels. The Pace 500 and 350 both share 2.2” puncture resistance tires with reflective sidewalls. Stay visible with integrated taillights and a bright headlight and for stress-free commuting, the Pace is compatible with a rear rack and fenders.
The Pace 350 features mechanical disc brakes and 7-speed trigger shifting. The main upgrades to the Pace 500 include hydraulic disc brakes and 8-speed gearing. At 52 lbs, the Pace 500 weighs a tad more than the 49-pound Pace 350. Both ebikes come outfitted with a cadence sensor and a Selle Royal saddle.
The Pace is available with a standard frame or step-through geometry. It’s appropriate for riders between 5’1” and 6’4” and they can choose between two frame sizes for the right fit.
The upright, cruiser-style frame combines with swept-back handlebars to achieve a relaxed sitting position. The Pace 500 is Aventon’s only bike with an adjustable stem for an even more comfortable and fine-tuned posture. The step-through option has a shorter reach and much lower standover height to facilitate getting on and off the bike.
Pace Battery & Motor
The Pace 350 gets its name from its 350W rear hub motor that can reach speeds up to 20mph. Riders can toggle between five pedal assist levels and the throttle mode. The 11.6Ah lithium-ion battery is neatly integrated into the downtube and provides a 40 mile range.
The bigger sibling of the 350, the Pace 500 boasts a more powerful motor and larger 12.8Ah battery. The 28mph top speed is faster than the 350, but the two models have the same range. Both ebikes connect to a color display mounted to the handlebars, as well as the Aventon bike app, to easily track ride metrics and battery levels.
Aventon Pace FAQs
How much does the Aventon Pace 500 weigh?
The Aventon Pace 500 weighs 52 lbs.
How to remove battery on Aventon Pace 500?
The 12.8Ah lithium-ion battery can be removed by unlocking the battery with the key and pulling to remove it from the downtube.
How to charge Aventon Pace 500?
The battery can be charged on or off of the bike. Simply plug the charger into the charging port and connect the charger to an outlet— a full charge takes about 4-5 hours.
How to assemble Aventon Pace 500?
The Pace ebike comes mostly assembled and Aventon provides written instructions and video tutorials to complete the final steps of the assembly process.