MaxFoot MF-18 vs Aventon Pace 350

MaxFoot MF-18 vs Aventon Pace 350

Electric bicycles offer a more health-conscious, budget-friendly, and environmentally sound means of transportation within urban areas. In addition to infusing enjoyment into your journeys, they also enable physical activity through cycling.

Since most people who aim to buy these bikes have budget constraints, so we have tried to present the two budget-friendly bikes available in the market i.e. MaxFoot MF-18 and the Aventon Pace 350.

Further, in this article, we will be comparing this two electric bikes in terms of their road performance, battery capacity, build quality, comfort and affordability.

Road Performance

The MaxFoot MF-18 features a more powerful 750W motor, which delivers a torque of 85 Nm. With this powerful motor, you get a top speed of 28 mph. With this powerful motor, the bike can deliver can easily reach top speed and climb steeper hills with ease.

On the other hand, the Aventon Pace motor is rated at 350 W, which is nominal for casual traveling (at 20 mph). However, since the power is much lower than that of MF-18, you can have trouble climbing steep roads.

Battery and Mileage

An electric vehicle doesn’t bear a fuel tank. Instead, its power backup is stored in the battery. As a rule of thumb, the more power the battery carries, the more mileage you will get in return.  

Maxfoot has added a premium 48-volt, 13 Ah battery to MF-18. Though this battery takes 5-6 hours to charge, it provides a decent range of up to 45 miles.

While the Aventon Pace 350.2 is equipped with an 11.6 Ah battery, which can provide you a range between 24 to 40 miles based on the speed you drive the cycle. If you drive at a low speed of 8 mph, you can get to 40 miles with it. However, the range decreases if your average riding speed is 20 mph.  

The MF-18 has a slight advantage in terms of range, which can be attributed to its larger battery capacity.


The MaxFoot MF-18 comes equipped with a front suspension fork that helps absorb shocks and vibrations, providing a comfortable ride. The Aventon Pace 350 lacks the front suspension fork, but its lightweight aluminum frame helps absorb some of the shocks on the road.

Overall, MF-18 gives a much better ride experience on bumpy roads compared to Pace 350


Both vehicles were released as budget-friendly vehicles by their respective brands. The Aventon Pace 350 is priced at around $1,199, making it a more affordable option compared to the MaxFoot MF-18, which is priced at around $1,595.

The Pace 350 offers great value for its price and provides a stylish electric bike.

Construction and Looks

Looks matter if you are driving an e-bike on the road. Both bikes do look cool and have a stylish and sturdy frames. Maxfoot MF-18 bears a 6061 aluminum frame, which is solid and lightweight. Its wiring is also hidden which gives it a neat look.

Pace 350 also bears the same Aluminum construction. However, it looks better since the battery is also concealed within the frame. It just weighs 49 lbs. and is lighter than MF-18.

Seating Comfort

MF-19 features a thickly padded saddle that can be adjusted according to your height. The soft seat combined with a front suspension fork provides a comfortable ride on a variety of terrains.

The Aventon Pace 350 also features an adjustable seat. However, the lack of front suspension system somehow dampens its comfort.


MF-19 has a small 5-inch LCD placed on a curved handlebar to display speed, range, and other battery information. On the other hand, Pace 350 has a stylish backlit color display with app synchronization. This display shows speed, battery percentage, and distance traveled. Both bikes also feature a USB port to charge your phones on the go.

Technical Specifications Comparison

Since we have compared the bikes in terms of the key features that people generally are looking for when buying a bike. Now, let’s place the specs. sheet of both bikes side by side and see how they differ on paper.


MaxFoot MF-18

Aventon Pace 350.2




Motor Power

750 brushless hub motor

350 W


48 Volt 13 AH

36 Volt 11.6 AH

Charging Time

5-6 hrs

3-6 hrs

Maximum Range

45 miles

24-40 miles

Top Speed

28 mph

20 mph


80-100 mm front travel

Rigid fork


Speed, Cadence

Cadence, Speed


26 x 4 ″

27.5x2.2" Ebike Rated (with Reflective Sidewalls)

Gross Weight

82 lbs.

49 lbs.

Payload Capacity

300 lbs.

300 lbs.


5″ LCD

Small LCD with app support


Front/Brake light

Integrated head and tail light



Final Words

Both the MaxFoot MF-18 and the Aventon Pace 350 are great options for riders looking for a reliable and affordable electric bike. The MF-18 offers more power, range, and better suspension, while the Pace 350 offers a more affordable price. So, the ultimate winner between these two is MaxFoot MF-18.

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