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April 21, 2023

Aventon Reveals Upgrades to Pace

The new Aventon Pace line includes some key upgrades to a best-seller.


With the release of their updated Pace 500.3 and 350.3 e-bikes, Aventon introduces some key upgrades to make a great product line even better.

The biggest upgrade to the Pace models is the new torque sensor, which creates a much smoother pedal-assist experience for the rider especially when it comes to climbing hills and starting from a dead stop. Third-Gen Pace models will also include a rear-mounted tail light and turn signals, a valuable safety feature that should not be overlooked. Lastly, for those who need to go the distance, the new Pace offers a “low-power mode” to optimize the range of a single charge to up to 60 miles.

As far as the actual design goes, the swept-back handlebars and upright seating of the Pace makes it a comfortable cruiser above all else. Coming in at $1,699, the Pace 500.3 is $300 more expensive than its predecessor. The new Pace 350.3 is also available as a slightly cheaper option, with a 350 W motor rather than 500 and a smaller battery, but only in retail locations.

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What other reviewers are saying

5 Reasons to Buy the Aventon Pace

  • New torque sensor gives a much smoother riding experience especially for hills and starting from a dead stop
  • Turn signals create a new level of safety and visibility on the road
  • Step-through and step-over frame options can offer a comfortable ride regardless of your preference
  • Swept-back handlebars and upright seating position keeps rider relaxed and also alert of his/her surroundings
  • LCD display gives rider full visibility into the speed and range of the bike, as well as app-integration capabilities

2 Reasons Not to Buy the Aventon Pace

  • With a maximum range of 60 miles on the lowest power, the Pace may not be the best option for long-distance trips
  • Due to some of its more premium features, the Pace is not a “budget” e-bike; you may find comparable models for less than $1,699
Price
$1,699.00

Type
eBike

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Basics

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Gears
8

Watts

Wheels
2

Bottom Line

If you're looking for a high-quality electric cruiser, you really can't go wrong with Aventon.

Scores

Ride Quality
5

Build Quality
5

Design
4.6

Value
4.9

Score
4.8

Product FAQs

What are the wheel dimensions of the Aventon Pace?

The Aventon Pace has 27.5-inch diameter wheels with a width of 2.1 inches.

What is the maximum range I can get with the Aventon Pace on a single charge?

On the lowest power mode, the Aventon Pace can reach a maximum range of up to 60 miles.

Can I see my speed and range while riding the Aventon Pace?

Yes, the Aventon Pace comes with an LCD display that provides visibility into speed, range, and app-integration capabilities.

What is the power output of the motor on the Aventon Pace 500.3?

The motor on the Aventon Pace 500.3 has a power output of 500 watts.

Is the Aventon Pace designed for any specific type of riding?

The Aventon Pace is designed with urban, cruising, and commuter use cases in mind.

Does the Aventon Pace come in different frame styles?

Yes, the Aventon Pace offers both step-through and step-over frame options.

What is the new upgrade introduced in the Aventon Pace eBikes?

The new upgrade includes a torque sensor for a smoother pedal-assist experience, a rear-mounted tail light and turn signals for safety, and a 'low-power mode' to optimize battery range.

What is the price of the Aventon Pace 500.3 eBike?

The Aventon Pace 500.3 eBike is priced at $1,699.

What type of brakes does the Aventon Pace eBike have?

The Aventon Pace eBike is equipped with hydraulic disc brakes.

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