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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.
Cold weather is officially here! With the daylight becoming shorter and the temperatures steadily dropping, we figured that it would be the perfect time to put together a quick guide on picking out the best cold weather mtb riding gear to help keep you warm and dry out there on your rides. Although you can just throw on a sweatshirt or wear a simple windbreaker to help keep you comfortable on rides, there is a lot of amazing technology out there specifically made for keeping you warm. Join Alex and Mark as they go over some of our favorite cold weather riding products!
The age old debate in cycling... carbon vs. aluminum. When it comes to mountain bike material, people seem to feel extremely opinionated on both sides of the fence. There are so many preconceived notions, especially when it comes to carbon so we thought it would be wise to spend a little time breaking down some of the cons and pros when it comes to picking your handlebar material. Just about all of us here at Jenson have ridden both types and see the benefits and downfalls of both types, but in the end, does it actually even matter? Join Mark and Alex as they debate carbon vs. aluminum handlebars and which material is better!
Are you a clipless rider looking for a new shoe to get into? We decided we’d throw up a video of the best clipless shoes of 2023, showing our top picks to hopefully help you in your decision making. Choosing the right clipless shoe is extremely important for maximizing comfort on your ride, which can lead to a major improvement in your riding experience. I personally have gone through a handful of different brands and models, and it took a while to find out what worked best for me. We’re trying to help cut out some of the guesswork in hopes that we can help keep you pedaling. If you have a few minutes, join Mark as he goes over a few of our favorite clipless shoes for 2023!
At Jenson USA, we’re nutty about mountain biking. From the reward that comes from tackling steep climbs, and the adrenaline rush from a fast descent, to getting outside and experiencing the beauty of nature—we enjoy pretty much every aspect of being on the trails. We also know that this enjoyment only comes following the hard efforts to maintain these trails in a ridable condition. That’s never been more apparent than recently at Sycamore Canyon; our favorite local trails behind Jenson HQ.
Some mountain bike shoes may look like normal shoes, but they feature technical performance features that can improve your comfort and ride quality. Click in to learn about what makes up a mountain bike shoe, how to get your size, and what brands and shoe models are our favorite.
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.