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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.
Choosing bike tires doesn't have to be a grueling process. We understand that there are many different forms of bike tires and that choosing the right one for your bike goes a long way in your capability and ride feel. This article aims to provide you with the knowledge of all the different types of bike tires and the different aspects that classify each tire in its respective category. Click here to figure out which type of tires are best for you, your bike, and your riding style.
E-bikes can greatly boost your ride potential and allow you to take on all types of trails and rides you never would have been able to do on a traditional bike. However, with the added capability comes a more complex bike, higher costs, and the need to preform rigorous maintenance to keep it running at its best. In this article, we discuss what it takes to keep your E-bike ready to hit the trails or roads and why keeping up with this maintenance is important for the longevity and performance of your new two-wheeled machine.
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.
It can be argued that tires may be the most important (and most affordable) upgrades you can put on your bike. This rings true whether you are churning out miles on pavement, grinding gravel backroads, racing your local cyclocross course, or blasting dirt trails on your mountain bike. Getting the most out of your bike by matching quality compounds, impeccable construction, and cutting-edge tire tech is firmly rooted in the ethos of Specialized. Tires were the first product that Specialized offered and continues to be a fundamental focus of research and development for the brand.
There are few topics that spur as much debate within the bike world as the ever-growing presence of e-bikes. For some, they are an abomination to our pedal-based love, while others find e-bikes to be the very thing that got them on a bike for the first time or let’s them keep pedaling. Like many of you, we’ve wrestled with these same issues, and have found that the better we understand something the smarter we can be about deciding where we stand. This article is here to help you gain a deeper understand of what e-bikes are, who they are for, and how they fit in our world of bikes. READ TO LEARN MORE.
In a time when many of us are confined within the walls of our own homes, many cyclists are spending their extra time repairing and tinkering with their bikes. We now have a little more time on our hands to dial in our shifting, straighten crooked handlebars, and replace worn-out grips. While at home, it's also a great time to expand and improve your home shop. Most riders have the essential tools required to perform routine maintenance on their bikes, but when it comes to bike tools, there is always a new or better tool you could use. In this article we explore certain tools, equipment, and storage solutions that can really take your home shop to the next level.