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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.
The WFO acronym in Niner's WFO mountain bike model stands for Wide Full Open and is their most heavy hitting bike in their lineup, so it only makes sense to put this bike to the test with a rider like Jeff Kendall-Weed who can truly put it through its paces. We worked with Niner to get Jeff aboard a demo bike and set him free to see just how rowdy he could get. Jeff put the bike to test at his home trails in the Bellingham, WA and then took it on a Southwest tour of some desert trails near Jenson USA's headquarters in Southern California. Click into the Jenson USA blog to see how Jeff and the Niner WFO got along.
Riding mountain bikes in the Pacific Northwest can be a very wet and dirty experience. After spending several years riding in the upper left corner of the U.S.A., Jeff Kendall-Weed has learned what it takes for riding apparel to be able to withstand a truly wet winter riding season. We set Jeff up with some wet weather MTB apparel from Endura to see if it was up to the challenge. Click into the Jenson USA blog to see how well the Endura MTB apparel performed against nasty weather and rowdy riding.
Gravity riding calls for steep, technical riding, jumps, and drops and requires more capable bikes and gear than your average type of mountain riding. So when my last pair of flat pedal shoes were reaching the end of their life, I knew my next upgrade needed to be a pair of gravity-oriented shoes that could help soften some blows. Ride Concepts has always been a reputable brand, so I decided to give their Powerline shoes a try. Click in to read my full review.
We all know that Jeff Kendall-Weed can absolutely send it on some of the most creative lines that a backwoods mountain bike trail can offer. Often this means Jeff chooses bikes with a lot of travel to handle what he throws at them. We challenged Jeff to try out something a bit shorter travel and see how well he'd get along with the SB130 Lunch Ride edition bike from Yeti. Check out his first look and 1 month ride review video inside this article to see what Jeff thinks of this short travel bruiser of a bike.
Jeff Kendall-Weed has had a long relationship with WTB and has spent a lot of time testing those tires and giving his feedback on the best options from them. But, the Maxxis fan club is real, and the requests for Jeff to try them out have finally been answered! Head into this article and watch the video to see what Jeff thinks of these fan favorite tires and his thoughts on how they compare to the competition from WTB.
When my favorite pair of do-it-all travel shoes, the Five Ten Access shoes, started to reach the end of their life after many very dependable years, I began hunting for a replacement for them only to be met with a very limited selection. I wanted one shoe that could be the only pair I'd bring on trips that would let me bike, hike, run, and just walk about, so I could pack light. Luckily, Adidas Five Ten had introduced a successor to the Access shoe that looked promising. I picked up a pair on my way to the Sea Otter Classic and immediately put them to the test. Head into the Jenson USA blog to read my review.