Our website is absolutely chocked full of bikes, components, apparel, and accessories. We've created the Jenson Journal as a tool for cyclists to learn all about the ins-and-outs of the bike world. Use our guides, how-to's, and reviews to navigate the immense options of bike parts or just a bit of two-wheeled entertainment.
I feel like I can confidently speak for all riders who have become parents when I say that it’s a parent’s dream to share their stoke for bikes and instill the calling of the trails (or road, if you’re into that kind of thing) into the next generation. Luckily, the world of bikes and the accessories that allow for this shared journey to occur is growing. So, let’s take a quick tour of the products I’ve used with my kid and take a deeper look of at the latest accessory, the Kids Ride Shotgun seat, that is spreading riding stoke to my little ripper.
Most every mountain bike rider has at least one hero or an icon that inspires them to ride, to try new things, to push them in skill and style. Jeff Kendall-Weed is high on our list of inspiring riders. We’ve been lucky enough to partner with Jeff and support his move into the world of content creation. We’re stoked to have a part in helping Jeff create inspiring and informative content for his YouTube channel, Instagram account,and the Kendall Vs. Kendall Podcast. Click to learn more about Jeff, his riding and tutorial content, and his favorite bikes and products.
It was only a few short years back, when Evil introduced the original Following. Kevin Walsh wanted to make a 29er that he didn't hate. Not only did he not hate his creation, he absolutely loved what he dreamed up and the Following ushered in a new era of big wheel bikes meant to get rowdy on. Now, Evil introduces us to an all-new version. Can it redefine the category once again? Check out the details below from Evil's Following V4 press release.
The Orbea Occam has dialed geometry that lands squarely in "trail bike" territory. Excelling in a variety of terrain, Orbea's short-travel 29er is the perfect bike for true mountain biking. Enjoy every aspect of the trail with Orbea's newest offering.
It may seem counter-intuitive, but sometimes the key to going faster is braking better. Having a pair of trustworthy brakes gives you control when descending fast and allows you to brake later into corners. We found the new Hayes Dominion A2 brakes provided us with great confidence while riding.
If something ain't boke, don't fix it... unless you can make it better. That is exactly what Ibis Cycles did with their new Ripmo V2. The bike that everyone loved is now a little slacker, a little longer, and a little more coil-friendly. Take a look at the Ibis Ripmo V2.