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.
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.
When it comes to frame materials, nothing brings the WOW factor quite like Titanium. This magical metal combines the excellent ride feel of a steel frame, but without the weight penalty. Not to mention, just the beauty of a Titanium frame will keep your riding buddies drooling while they are struggling to hold your wheel.
Some things are just timeless. Like red brick is to buildings, steel is to bicycles. You may have noticed that finely constructed steel frames, crafted and welded by the best builders continue to be highly sought after for their unblemished combination of form and function.
The Orbea Orca Aero brings performance with an aero construction that openly defies the wind with panache. It brings performance and an incredible appearance that is sure to turn heads while you zip by everyone else in the peloton. Find that extra ounce of strength within a machine purpose-built for glory and seize your opportunity to land yourself on the top step of the podium.
The road is calling, and you are ready to answer the call! But, figuring out the right road bike to get you started can be a challenge. While these bikes often look very similar, there a number of changes to geometry, features, and component specs that align these bikes with specific rider needs and terrain. This guide will help you navigate all the various options of road bike features and styles of riding, so you can hit the road in confidence and comfort.
Traveling with your bike can take you on all sorts of adventures, but sometimes it can be an adventure just trying to figure out how to safely take your bike with you. This guide is full of tips and tricks to help ease the pain of protecting your steadfast stead and finding new adventures on two wheels.