Mokwheel Basalt VS Aventon Adventure.2
When it comes to electric bikes, there are a lot of options on the market. Sometimes it gets overwhelming and the more you look the more confused you can get. What your needs are and what the electric bike uses will be are also to be considered. Most will want a versatile all around bike for activities such as commuting, errands, exercise, and going across all types of terrain. With enough research, there will stand a few above the rest that will be good for all that’s been mentioned. Among the crowd you’ll find two popular models, the Mokwheel Basalt and the Aventon Adventure.2.
First, let's take a closer look at both electric bikes.
MotorBatteryRangePASPlayloadTop SpeedSuspension ForkCapabilitiesValue
Mokwheel Basalt750W48V 19.6AhUp to 80 miles5 levels400 lbsUp to 28 mph110mm adjustableFirst Power Station Electric Bike$1,999
Aventon Adventure.2750W48V 15AhUp to 60 miles4 levels400 lbsUp to 28 mph80mm adjustable/$1,999
The Mokwheel Basalt also features a 750W motor, but has a 48V 19.6Ah battery. It has a maximum speed of 28mph and can travel up to 80 miles on a single charge. The bike also comes with a Shimano 7-speed drivetrain, torque sensor, Tektro HD-E350 hydraulic disc brakes, and a 110mm adjustable suspension fork for a smoother ride.
In addition, it is one of the most unique electric bikes on the market as it is a mobile Power Station that has solar charging capability and inverter that allows you to extract power from the battery to charge external devices. This allows all riders who love the outdoors stay outdoors even longer.
While both electric bikes, the Aventon Adventure.2 and the Mokwheel Basalt, are very popular and have some features they both share, let’s breakdown 5 differences.