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  • Jones Bikes
  • (541) 535-2034
  • 1010 Benson Way Ashland, OR 97520 USA

About us

My name is Jeff Jones. I'm a cyclist committed to the non-suspended bicycle. My ideas and passion have created an exceptional ride - a trail-blazing geometry that delivers superb handling, comfort and efficiency. My bikes are available in titanium and steel, to be ridden off-road (and on) for exploring and racing, adventures and fun. They are outrageously responsive bicycles - frame and forks designed in harmony to provide a rigid bicycle that is anything but. A pure cycling experience like no other.

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A Custom Select Jones bicycle or e-bike built with Jeff’s guidance is the best way to get a Jones bike for how and where you ride, and for what you want and need in a bike. Jeff will use his expertise from over 35 years of studying, building, and riding bikes to help you choose the best components for your riding needs. The Jones Bikes Custom Select Team will guide you through his proven process. We will schedule a time for you to talk with Jeff about your bike build, including reviewing every part of the bike and any questions you may have. Your bike will be built, tuned, tested, and readjusted here at our shop in Ashland, Oregon. From start to finish, the process usually takes from 30-45 days and you can choose to have us ship your new bike to you or you can pick it up at our shop.

Jeff’s intention with the Custom Select process is to provide you with your best ride. His choices are not based on what the latest bike trend may be, or, that expensive always means better. He’s interested in building you the best bike possible.

Jones Custom Select bikes range in price from approximately $4000 to $11,000+. See pictures below.

We have Jones titanium and steel framesets with Truss forks as well as a few HD/e framesets available for Custom Select builds. We are currently only sold out of medium titanium LWB Spaceframes. If this is what you want, then please email us and we can add you to the waitlist. We expect to have more of these at the end of the year.

As you may know, there has been an ongoing shortage of many bike parts and this may limit the range of parts we can offer for your bike. Availability is getting better though. We can offer SRAM Eagle NX, GX, and X01, as well as Box Prime 9. If you have any special parts requests, just ask and we will do our best to get it.

If you would like to get started, please pay the Custom Select consult and design fee of $500. This deposit will secure your place in our build schedule and if you ultimately purchase a Custom Select Jones bike from this experience, we will apply this fee toward the price of your new bike.

Once we have received your Custom Select consult and design fee, we will send you a questionnaire that Jeff will use to aid in helping you with the component selection and set up of your bike as well as links to web pages and videos so you can learn more about our bikes.

Check out this blog post and Jones Bikes Instagram to see some of the most recent builds!


In this video, Jeff talks about a Jones Custom Select bike we just finished building and then takes it out for a test ride.


Below you will find a few examples of some recent builds and their price points. If you have a budget in mind, but are unsure about parts to select to get there, just ask and we can help configure a bike to fit your needs and your budget.

Steel Spaceframe with Truss fork, SRAM NX, Jones Spec. wheels, Tektro mechanical disc brakes ~ $4500



Steel SWB Spaceframe with Truss fork, SRAM GX, Jones Carbon H-Bar and C-Rims with DT Swiss 350 hubs, Avid BB7 brakes  ~ $6000



Ti LWB Spaceframe with Truss fork, SRAM GX, Jones Spec. wheels, Magura hydraulic disc brakes  ~ $7500

Ti SWB Spaceframe with Truss fork, SRAM XX1 AXS, Jones C-Rims, Onyx hubs, eeWing cranks, SRAM hydraulic disc brakes ~ $12,000



Here's some pictures from the process: