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Bike Build Process
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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.
There's no doubt that your suspension plays a huge part in how your bike rides, but do you need to spend all that extra money on fancy coatings and excessive dials? Well, today we're going to find out with Henry's $450 option versus Jason's $2000 option. What could go wrong?
This time on Budget vs. Baller Henry and Jason dive into the world of contact points. Grips, handlebars, stems, dropper posts, saddles, and pedals all play a role in a bike's performance but do you need to splash out on the latest and greatest? We're here to find out where to spend and where to save.
When it comes to wheels and tires there are so many options of what to buy that it can be quickly overwhelming. Do you need carbon hoops with hubs that engage in an instant or will regular old alloy do just fine? Do tires actually matter? After all, they are just rubber, right? Well, today we're going to find out as Jason pits his $2200 set up against Henry's $450 set up.
Carbon wheels or alloy? Electronic drivetrains or cable-actuated? We're here to answer these questions and more in our brand new series: Budget vs. Baller. Join Jason Lucas and Henry Quinney as they purchase two identical 2017 Giant Reigns and systematically upgrade them with parts and components from Jenson USA to see where to spend and where to save. In episode one, the pair give the bikes a good once over before heading out to the trails to get some baseline timed testing in.