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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.
Have you been thinking about trying a new brand of tires but are unsure of where to begin looking or what you're looking for? Well, Charlie Taylor from Continental Tires stopped by to give us a quick look at their gravity tire lineup and we think that there are some valuable aspects that this brand brings to the table when it comes to mountain bike tires! Join us as we go over the Continental Kryptotal Fr, Kryptotal Re, Argotal, and Xynotal mountain bike tires!
Jeff Kendal Weed is a long-time athlete and friend of JensonUSA. He has done many bike reviews, from top-end electric bikes to budget-friendly builds, you can count on his reviews, to be honest, and quite thorough. In this article, we've collected his reviews covering the bikes with some of our best deals currently in our inventory.
Join us as we take a first look at the new 2023 Yeti SB160! To answer market demand, Yeti has dropped a new long-travel enduro 29er in place of the SB150. With all of the changes Yeti has made with this new bike, including an updated suspension platform, sleek new cable routing, a widely desired threaded bottom bracket, tweaks in geometry, and many more important updates, the SB160 is a worthy new competitor in the enduro category!
A drivetrain is what gives your mountain bike the ability to transfer the power from your legs and covert it to forward momentum. The drivetrain is made up of multiple components and requires all its individual pieces to be in working in unison. In this article, we explain what the drivetrain on your bike is and how it works, how to maintain it, how to pick a drivetrain for your mountain bike, and what brands make the best drivetrain components.
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.