Blix Aveny Video Review – $1.9k Classically Styled Scandanavian Electric Bike The Blix Aveny is a classically styled city bike available in smaller step-thru with 26″ wheels and larger high-step with 28″ wheels, both include beautiful paint-matched plastic fenders and alloy racks. The faux leather saddle and grips match custom Kenda tires and fit seamlessly with four timeless colorways, silver accents throughout (stem, handlebar, spokes, motor casing, chainring, cranks, pedals, seat post). One of the quietest and smoothest planetary geared hub motors I have tested, throttle on demand overrides all levels of assist and works at zero, quality integrated lights and reflective tires keep you visible and safe. The front rack is removable, the saddle flips forward to make battery removal easy, the controller box stands out a bit at the bottom bracket but the kickstand is perfectly positioned out of the way, upgraded brake levers with integrated bell.


Ted Kidd says:
Do bkxc for ebikes. Epic rides

David Macdonald says:

They look like nice bikes good quality and also for me with bad legs the cadence sensors are a must perhaps not so Sophisticated but very very necessary for me

Dennis Dowd says:

Truly a beautiful bike. I would be proud to own such a piece of art. It truly looks clean. That was a concern of mine also, what would you do if you wanted to change out the seat, but I feel your solution was an excellent one. Though I do agree there are a few little things that if upgraded would make the bike just that more special, but it is a wonder if they would truly make a difference in overall enjoyment of such a beautiful machine. I feel the price point is amazing. Seems like a real bargain for what you are getting. Thanks for another great review.

Elizabeth Hamilton says:

I have a Blix bike and that nice, smooth startup is very comfortable. Thank you, Blix!

joes joey says:

Another great review court.ive been testing different kinds of bikes and you were right about the stromer its not perfect it has its defects motor doesnt kick in at all times and sometimes takes times for sensor to kick in man its so hard to find a 45kmh +bike in canada those ohm bikes use to be so fast the new ones block at 32kmh to bad cause old bionx system you could get it to 50kmh but new bionx system you cant unblock it unleess you hack it but bionx and ohm dont want to tell people how to do it to bad because ohm bikes can take the speed any suggestions on a 45-50kmh ebike in canada? ive been looking for one for so long but everyone i get sais yes it will go to 45-50 then when i test ride it it stops at 32 yes the stromer goes to 50 kmh easy but sensor and motor dont kick in all the time witch sucks but overall stromer is good .

realitybytez says:

on their website, the battery upgrade is $300, not $200.

Steven R. Hazlett says:

Always appreciate your detailed and honest reviews! Planning on getting this bike soon!

D Danilo says:

It is incredibly quiet, Court! Any speculations as to why that is?

James Mason says:

Court you should do a live stream review

Appraisal Valuation says:

Hi. Can you tell me between the Blix Aveny, Igo Elite and RadCity Step-thru, which would you suggest?

277kne says:

This is similar to the Aviva. Made here in R.I. Court could you check them out online or in person and comment please?

scorpin king says:

in Iraq, we do not have ebikes ,that made me sad

tompaah7503 says:

Interesting that it is marketed as a Swedish e-bike. Blix is a brand not sold in Sweden. There is however another manufacturer in Gothenburg called Ecoride that uses the same Spintech hub motors. Wonder if these two brands are connected? The Spintech equipped Ecorides are quite popular and I think they have proved themselves reliable the last few years.
The Blix seems like a nice and sturdy bike for city use. Love the front basket and bottle holder.

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