If you’re looking for an e-bike that goes anywhere even when you’re not riding it, the Aventon Sinch is worth a look. With huge fat tires and suspension fork on a compact folding frame, it can roll over almost any terrain, then pack down and store in almost any nook.
With an integrated battery and powerful hub motor, it climbs and rides just as easily as it stores. Here are all the details…
The Aventon Sinch starts with a shaped, double-butted 6061 aluminum frame that hides the battery inside the front half of the frame. The battery is removable for indoor charging, or you can leave it in and charge it while installed. It’s a one-size-fits-most frame that accommodates riders from 5’0″ to 6’3″.
A single hinge mechanism locks into place to create a sturdy frame while riding. All cables and wires run internally for a clean appearance and less fuss when opening and closing the frame.
Folded up, the bike fits under most desks, car trunks, or even your closet. Before folding the frame, you simply unlatch and flip the stem and handlebar down, fold the pedals flat, yielding a very compact 41″ x 23″ footprint that’s just 31″ tall.
A built-in stand keeps the bike standing upright when folded. At 68lbs, it’s not light, but you can easily wheel it around while folded, helping you slip it out of the way no matter where you store it.
Up front, a 45mm suspension fork works with the huge 20″ x 4″ fat bike tires to absorb impacts and smooth the ride. Whether you’re hitting those neglected urban streets, rough backroads, or sneaking in some trail time on the commute, you’ll have plenty of traction and support with these tires. And, they’re puncture-resistant, so you’re less likely to be slowed down by a flat tire.
The Sinch has a 7-speed drivetrain, giving you just enough gear range when combined with the motor’s assist. The 500W 48V brushless rear hub motor moves you along at up to 20mph, and can peak at 750W for power starts. The system has an average 40-mile range thanks to a big 48V, 672Wh battery. A 48V 3Amp fast charger is included to top it off from empty in just 4-5 hours.
Like their other e-bikes, the Aventon Sinch works two ways – Pedal Assist, with 5 levels of power to choose from, and Throttle on Demand. The latter lets you press the thumb lever on the left side of the handlebar and scoot along without pedaling. An LCD display shows speed, mode, remaining battery life, and total distance on the odometer.
The Aventon Sinch comes in black and white for $1,799. Actual parts spec may vary slightly from what’s shown here due to industry supply chain issues, but the key specs, motor, and frame are all intact. As of this post, bikes are in stock and ready to ship.
This post is sponsored by Aventon. Learn more about the Sinch eBikes at Aventon.com.