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Our website is absolutely chocked full of bikes, components, apparel, and accessories. We've created the Jenson Blog 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.
It can be tough to find a good cycling shoe for commuting and general riding around town. Most clip-less shoes are designed with on-the-bike in mind, and are therefore often impractical for walking around in. Not these Crank Brothers Mallets! Head into the JensonUSA Blog for my in-depth review.
Gravity riding calls for steep, technical riding, jumps, and drops and requires more capable bikes and gear than your average type of mountain riding. So when my last pair of flat pedal shoes were reaching the end of their life, I knew my next upgrade needed to be a pair of gravity-oriented shoes that could help soften some blows. Ride Concepts has always been a reputable brand, so I decided to give their Powerline shoes a try. Click in to read my full review.
When my favorite pair of do-it-all travel shoes, the Five Ten Access shoes, started to reach the end of their life after many very dependable years, I began hunting for a replacement for them only to be met with a very limited selection. I wanted one shoe that could be the only pair I'd bring on trips that would let me bike, hike, run, and just walk about, so I could pack light. Luckily, Adidas Five Ten had introduced a successor to the Access shoe that looked promising. I picked up a pair on my way to the Sea Otter Classic and immediately put them to the test. Head into the Jenson USA blog to read my review.
It wasn't that long ago that Ibis shook up the world of high-end mountain bikes with their release of their Ripmo AF; an aluminum version of the wildly popular Ripmo frame with a bit more attitude and ultra-smart budget build. Well, they've done it again but this time with the Ripmo's little sibling, the Ripley. Ibis is now offering a more aggressive alloy version of their more svelte and nimble 29er 120mm XC/trail bike. With this new AF iteration, the Ripley is no longer a slightly aggressive cross country/lightweight trail bike. Now the Ripmo and the Ripley are opposite ends of the same rowdy spectrum. The new Ripley AF, despite it’s size, is an extremely capable and rowdy trail bike. So, we headed out to the trail, threw a leg over this new rig and checked out some of the changes and improvements Ibis has made to the new Alloy Ripley.
Specialized has just dropped their latest version of their popular 2FO mountain bike shoes. This version comes with some impressive updates and a new name. We’ve been cranking out the miles and sessioning our local trail center to put the 2FO Roost to test. Read on for all the details and our ride review on these new shoe contenders.
Over the years, Deity has been cranking out some of the best flat pedals for years and their latest nylon composite pedal, the Deftrap, continues that stellar legacy, and then some! A few of us, at Jenson USA, have had the opportunity to put these pedals to the test. Take a look inside to see our full ride review and pedal details.