The Aventon Pace 500.3 is the third generation of this popular lightweight urban or commuter electric bike. The second generation won't be released until spring 2022, and Aventon is already making improvements!
Aventon produces two e-bikes in our most popular Pace series: the 500.2 and 500.3. One of the most common questions we receive from customers is "How do I choose between the Pace 500.2 and 500.3?"
We will first cover the similarities and then review the unique advantages of each model. Read on to learn how to choose between the AventonPace 500.2 and Pace 500.3
Aventon Pace 500.2 and Pace 500.3 e-bike modelsPace 500.2 e-bike
The Pace 500.2 is a powerful Class 3 e-bike with a top speed of 28 mph pedal assist and optional throttle power up to 20 mph.
The Pace 500.2 Step-Through is a powerful Level 3 e-bike with a 28 mph top speed pedal assist and optional throttle power up to 20 mph. The Pace features a 500W hub drive motor and large comfortable tires, giving you the ultimate balance of comfort and power.
Pace 500.3 Step-Through Easy fun! Its intuitive torque sensor enhances your efforts and puts you in control of your cruising style. Find new energy, then set your leisurely pace by switching between 4 new levels of pedal assist: Eco, Touring, Sport and Turbo. With its powerful 500-watt motor, it can reach a top speed of 28 mph and a range of up to 60 miles for longer routes. A new turn-signal feature signals to those behind you when you change lanes and move to keep you protected on the road. A padded seat, swept-back handlebars and an upright riding position keep you comfortable. the Pace 500.3 breathes new life into the way you travel. It'll feel like you're riding a bike for the first time every time.
Aventon Pace 500.3 vs. 500.2: Electrical Specifications and Key Features
Like all of Aventon's other e-bikes released this year, the Pace 500.3 is equipped with a torque sensor. the Pace 500.2 has a pedal frequency sensor that counts only pedal laps while providing power to the rider.
However, the torque sensor also takes into account how hard you pedal and distributes motor power accordingly. Therefore, adding a torque sensor to the Pace 500.3 results in a more responsive riding experience.
Aventon has also simplified the motor assist system and the Pace 500.3 now has 4 modes: Eco, Tour, Sport and Turbo. you can also get on-demand throttle as the Pace 500.3 can now accelerate from a stop.
In addition to improving ride comfort, the torque sensor also increases the range of the Pace 500.3 as it can now travel up to 60 miles with pedal assist. This is a 20-mile difference, as the Pace 500.2 can travel up to 40 miles.
Aventon has introduced turn signals with integrated taillights for the Pace 500.3. This safety measure was not available in the Pace 500.2, but it is a nice addition to the new generation. However, the Pace 500.3's taillights are positioned much lower than the previous model.
These turn signals are activated from the cockpit and turn off automatically after 15 flashes.
The Aventon Pace 500.3 features the same battery and motor as the previous model e-bike. the Pace 500.3 also ships as a Class 2 e-bike with a top speed of 20 mph, but you can convert it to a Class 3 e-bike through the configuration options available in the Aventon app.
Aventon Pace 500.3 vs. 500.2: Design, Size and Weight Limits
There are no design changes to the new Aventon Pace 500.3. Aventon keeps all the physical features of the Pace 500.3 the same as the Pace 500.2. Both Aventon e-bikes weigh 52 pounds, which is fairly light for an e-bike with this type of capability.
It shares the same upright cruiser frame, providing you with a comfortable riding position, and the swept-back handlebars provide additional comfort.
The purpose of presenting a comparison between the two
The venton Pace 500.3 and 500.2 models are both cruiser-style e-bikes with swept-back handlebars that put the rider in a comfortable, relaxed, upright riding position. venton Pace 500.3 weighs the same as 500.2. Both models are upgraded with Aventon's latest features, both with stylish integrated batteries, headlights, rear brake lights, a thumb throttle that activates at a complete stop and an Aventon full-color display.
The Aventon Pace 500.3 is equipped with a torque sensor and turn signal light, which the Aventon Pace 500.2 lacks. These two are the main differences between the Aventon Pace 500.3 and Pace 500.2 models.
Both Pace.2 models are available in a variety of sizes and frame styles, so whether you have the Aventon Pace 500.3 or the 500.2, you'll find the perfect match for your e-bike, and it's ultimately in your hands.