Review: New Aventon Sinch fat tire electric bike updated, easier than ever to mount up and ride!

by Micah Toll

The Aventon Sinch was already one of the best-quality small-diameter-wheel fat tire e-bikes in the value category, but now it’s gotten even better.

That’s thanks to a host of new upgrades from the company, including an ultra-comfortable folding frame with low step-through design that makes it easier than ever to quickly mount up and ride.

Aventon Sinch Step-Through tech specs • Motor: 750 W geared hub motor • Top speed: 32 km/h (20 mph) • Average Range: 64 km (40 mi) • Battery: 48V 14Ah (672 Wh)  Charge time: 4-5 hours  Max load: 113 kg (250 lb)  Frame: 6061 double-butted aluminum • Suspension: RST spring suspension fork with 45 mm travel

The new Aventon Sinch Step-Through is the easiest-to-use version of the bike yet, offering a compact and fun e-bike that can get you to work or traverse the local park – no trails or pavement necessary.

Fat tire electric bicycles are tons of fun for riding over all types of terrain, but their massive size usually makes them hard to transport when they aren’t being ridden.

Folding fat tire bikes are more rare, but they seriously open the door to new possibilities such as tossing your fat tire bike in a smaller car trunk or backseat.