AVE - AVE TH11 Adventure (160-180cm) (ex-demo)

This ex-demo stepthrough (46cm, red) is in perfect condition, with only 100kms odometer (reading correct at time of publication).

AVE (short for Advanced Vehicle Engineering) is an established German e-bike brand, focusing on strength, durability and comfort. AVE’s latest iteration of the TH11 carries forward all of the positive attributes of the previous models, notably strength, durability and comfort. However, in its latest guise they have focused on improving performance, and balance, to provide customers with the widest possible range of rider applications.

A 140kg frame rating is one of the highest available in any e-bike category, let alone a low entry bike. From errands to epics, the TH11 is ready for anything. The oversized reinforced down tube, and heavy duty elevated chain stays provide you with the smoothest ride possible, even over the roughest of surfaces. The BOSCH battery is set low down and deep into the frame, lowering the centre of gravity, to deliver agility, poise, and balance normally reserved for e-MTBs.

As part of the no-compromise design philosophy, all TH11 models are equipped with the most powerful BOSCH CX motor. With a real-world 75NM of torque on tap across the widest RPM range of any mid-drive motor available you’ll have the confidence to tackle the steepest terrain with ease, even when fully loaded. The TH11 comes with a Shimano Deore XT 11-speed drivetrain, Magura hydraulic disc brakes and thru-axles.

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    Current Condition
    Condition Details

    Bike is in near new condition, reflecting the odometer reading. Comes fully serviced and ready to ride with full warranty.

    Sale Price
    Battery Charging Cycles
    Two Years
    E-bike System
    Bosch Performance CX with Intuvia display
    Magura MT4 hydraulic disc
    Shimano Deore XT 11-speed derailleur
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    Full salary sacrifice option when using the e-bike to commute

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