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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.
Swapping or installing pedals is usually the first upgrade on any bike and is a pretty simple process. Although the process is straight forward, there are certain tools you should have and steps you should follow in order to ensure the process goes smoothly.
Staying in shape, as well as strengthening muscle groups that are used when mountain biking can help your overall performance on the bike. In this video, downhill legend, Aaron Gwin, showcases three of the best upper body exercises specific to mountain biking. Head into the Jenson USA Blog to learn new exercises that were handpicked from Aaron Gwin and his past strength coaches.
Becoming more confident on the trails comes from improving your positioning on the bike, and it starts with your feet. Click into the Jenson USA Blog for pro tips from Aaron Gwin on how to properly position your feet and pedals while braking and why it matters, especially in steeper terrain.
Improving your ride mechanics helps you to go faster on the trail and shaves seconds when it counts. Head into the Jenson USA blog and take tips from downhill legend, Aaron Gwin, as he shows what to do (and what not to do) when cornering and why it matters.
Staying fit and in shape is a key component to performing on your bike. Take notes from downhill pro, Aaron Gwin, as he goes over some of his personal exercises he does to keep his body in shape during the off-season.
Helmets are arguably the most important apparel item when riding a bike and when you have been racing professionally for over a decade, like Aaron Gwin, they tend to hold alot of memories. Head into the Jenson USA Blog and check out the various helmets Aaron Gwin has worn throughout his downhill racing career and the significance each one holds.