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 options for keeping yourself hydrated on the trail are plenty but that can make finding the right hydration setup a bit overwhelming. We let Sonya Looney take her pick of hydration packs to put to the test to see which features and benefits made her top pick for best hydration packs for short to medium mountain bike rides. Read more to see which hydration packs she chose and how they stacked up against each other.
Have you ever looked at all the mountain bike apparel options out there and thought, "I don't even know where to begin?" That's totally understandable. There are a myriad of options out there. Even just within a single brand the number of options to choose from can be overwhelming, so we reached out to Fox Racing and asked them to help us craft some simple guides to show off the awesome features of their wide range of MTB apparel, and identify the key types of riders who would match up with their various apparel offerings. In these videos join Fox's own, Mark Finely, as he takes you on a quick tour of the Fox Flexair lineup of MTB apparel and shares the details and features that make these riding kit perfect for all-day riding.
When it comes to contact points, every rider has their personal preferences. Dakine gets this, and offers a range of gloves to suit everyone's needs. Whether you're looking for that minimalist fit for ultimate bar control or the utmost in protection from trail obstacles, there's a glove to match your demands. Dakine put together this quick guide to help you find the perfect glove for what the ride ahead requires. Dakine MTB Marketing Manager, Gabe Schroder walks you through what to look for in features, fit, and protection from a few of Dakine's best selling gloves.
Protecting your knees while mountain biking used to mean riding with big, bulky pads that were hot and uncomfortable. These days, brands like Dakine have a wide offering of pads that are custom tailored for specific riders and disciplines to perfectly match your needs. Dakine set out to simplify the shopping experience to help you find the best choice of knee pads from their Slayer lineup. Join Gabe Schroder from Dakine and watch this video to see all the features and styles of the Slayer knee protection they offer and add them to your gear bag of essentials for whatever riding lies ahead of you.
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.
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