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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.
A fork and rear shock are arguably some of the most important components on a mountain bike. The type of suspension and the amount of travel your bike has determines the capabilities and intended use of your mountain bike. In this article, we discuss what suspension does, how it works, some of the features and adjustments found on suspension forks and shocks, and the amount of travel that is common in each mountain biking discipline.
Mountain bike tires come in all sorts of tread patterns and designated usages, which in turn determine the capabilities of the tire. It can be hard to know which type of tire, rubber compound, tread pattern, casing option and size and width are best for you and your style of riding. This article aims to provide you with the knowledge of all the different aspects that make up a mountain bike tire and what classifies each tire in its respective category. Click into this article to figure out which type of mountain bike tires are best for you, your bike, and your riding style.
Installing or replacing bike handlebars is one of the easiest do-it-yourself projects on a bike for any cyclist. With that being said, there are certain steps you should follow in order for everything to go smoothly. In this article, we will teach you on a step-by-step basis how to remove and install handlebars on your bike.
Ever wished that your complete bike had a slightly different build? Dreamt of color matching everything on your bike? Wished for the perfect measurements for all your bike contact points? If so, it's probably time to consider building your next bike from the frame up. We teamed up with The Bike Dads to create a short video tutorial to help you get started on your custom bike journey. Head into the Jenson USA blog to see the video and start shopping for your perfect bike masterpiece.
The tires you choose for your mountain bike are arguably one of the most important components in your whole bike build. They are the key contact point between your bike and the ground and dictate grip, corner confidence, initial suspension, braking control, and rolling resistance. We've created this article to help you navigate the numerous options of tread patterns, compounds, protection and sizing for all the available tires from Maxxis.
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.