As with year’s past, we love featuring this Chico collaboration between Sierra Nevada, Paul Component, and a California-based frame builder. This year’s bike is stunning and with it comes a huge photo gallery documenting this beautiful build. Check the official press release below with all the juicy photos and read on to find out how you can win this bike!
Without a doubt, there are no production frames like the Space Frame by Jones Bikes. These iconic bikes address all the needs of a modern tourer or singletrack bike with unique lines and most importantly, science to back their designs. Today, Jones announced the production SWB Titanium Space and Diamond Frames, in stock now. Check out the details and pricing information below.
After the success of the Jones Plus SWB, or short wheel base, completes last year, Jones announced the launching of the LWB, or long wheel base, complete this morning. Whereas the Jones Plus SWB is a smaller bike overall, with 27.5×2.8-3.25″ tires, the Jones Plus LWB is a larger bike, designed to fit 29×2.8-3.25″ tires. The Jones Plus LWB is boxed and ready to ride for $2050 in either a knobby or a road slick tire option. Check out more details below, or head to Jones to read up!
For $1799, the new Jones Bikes complete SWB model might be just the touring, shredding, and general use bike you’ve been looking for. Check out the details at Jones.
Jones Bikes recently took everything that’s fun about their Spaceframe and added their LWB, or long wheelbase, geometry to it, resulting in a more “all-mountain” stance and handling. If you’ve never ridden a Jones before, there’s nothing like it and this new LWB looks to be the yin to the shorter wheelbase yang. Check out more details – and there are plenty! – at the Jones Blog!
For fans of the Jones H-Bar that are looking for a bit of rise to accomodate a more upright riding position, look no further. The SG 2.5 Loop H-Bar has a 2.5″ inch rise, allowing you to either remove your spacers or go even higher up. Personally, I think this bar looks great, see more for yourself at Jones.
Yes, the two models that Jones is famous for just got a little tighter, in the wheelbase anyway. These #tukt models feature the same precision construction as Jones’ previous models, but are now sportin’ an updated geometry. Check out full details at the Jones Blog and pre-order now at Jones.
The Jones Bikes narrative is a great one, and in this video is acts as a backdrop to a build process.
For those of you who fancy Jones’ curvaceous frames and have been long-awaiting the 148 thru-axle plus sized frames, today the pre-ordered opened up on the 23″, 24″ and 25″ frames. For $1,375 you get a frame, fork and choice of two colors: green and black. They’re also launching their own hub, headset and rims… I’ve always loved the way these bikes look and having only spent a brief moment on one, I can say they’re a lot of fun. For more information check out the Jones site.
Jeff from Jones Bikes takes us on a few rides, just minutes from their headquarters in Southern Oregon.
Jones Bikes unveiled a whole ton of new products at Interbike this year, including new frame models and a few other accessories, including “the Gnarwal,” an extension for those using their bars on bikepacking rigs during endurance rides and races.
See the full line of newness at Jones Bikes.
Jones Bikes is known for their expressive mountain and fatbike frame offerings that can be dialed in to fit just about any excursion. Now, even more-so with their new Carbon Loop H-Bar.
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