Time to do some wrenching on your bike? Heading to the gym for a quick work out? Got a long drive to your favorite trailhead? Need something to pass the time mowing your lawn? Take a listen to Jenson USA's Kendall vs Kendall podcast where our own longtime employee, Seth Kendall, and industry veteran and pro rider, Jeff Kendall-Weed, sit down at the mics to discuss the ins and outs of all things bike. So, join us for new episodes every month on your favorite podcast platform.
The bike industry is composed of a vast mix of businesses ranging from small to big. In this episode of Kendall vs. Kendall, Jeff invited Aaron Kerson from PNW components to sit down with us and take a look behind the curtain of PNW Components. Get know the who, what, how, and why of this very small but very cool and innovative company.
Jeff Kendall-Weed and Seth Kendall are back on the mics with their first episode of Kendall VS. Kendall of 2019. In this episode, they cast their predictions as to why they think 2019 is going to deliver the best year for biking we’ve ever seen. From team shake ups, to race calendars, to hot new products, this year looks to be one for the record books.
Winter weather putting a damper on riding your local trails? Want to try to challenge yourself on new terrain? There's no better time to travel to one (or six!) of the many amazing bike destinations around the globe. Jeff and Seth dig into the details on how to travel with your bike, so you can ride, experience, and explore the vast world of trails beyond your backyard.
Asheville, North Carolina based Industry Nine doesn't need much of an introduction. With the release of their new American-made Hydra hub system, Jeff sat down with I9 vice president Jacob McGahey to discuss the new technology. Jacob is a great guest, and explains some of the innovations in the brand's unique wheel systems, as well as some of the company culture that makes I9 such an iconic brand.
Kendall vs. Kendall is an "all things bike" podcast featuring Jeff Kendall-Weed and JensonUSA's Seth Kendall. The Podcast dives into the bike industry, hot new trends and products, influential riders, and tips for becoming a better rider.
Colin Hughes has led the engineering team at Ibis Cycles since 2007. Colin and Jeff Kendall-Weed first met while they were simultaneously attending CalPoly State University in San Luis Obispo, CA, back in 2003. Join Jeff and Colin for a conversation that covers not just some of the innovation on the new Ripley, but also Colin's own background in riding and working at companies such as Fox, Titec, and Kestral.