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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.


What is a Jones?

A Jones bicycle is great for all kinds of riding, on-road and off, touring, commuting, bikepacking, technical trails, loaded or unloaded. The frames and forks are designed together (a frameset) so they work together to deliver a great handling bike. Jones Geometry. You are perfectly positioned (balanced) between the wheels. You sit back and upright, with less weight on your arms and your head up – the position is natural and very comfortable. They don’t ‘fit’ like ‘normal bikes’ – they really fit!

The Jones bike is a bike for riding fast, slow, the rough with the smooth; safely, aggressively, laid-back or raging; with a big load or stripped to the bare essentials; on road, dirt, mud, snow; in the mountains, on the flat lands, around town or across the county; around the world or your local loop; for getting rad or just getting away. The high performance bicycle that is efficient and comfortable.

Wheelbase? Short (Plus SWB) or Long (Plus LWB/Plus LWB HD/e)?

The SWB and LWB have the same fit. Both handle superbly on and off-road. The difference between them is the distance between the axles (the wheelbase) and the tires you can use with them. The LWB can fit tall 29 x 2.3 - 3.25” tires which (with its longer wheelbase) make it smoother and more stable on rough terrain than the SWB. It’s great for loaded rides. The SWB is a little more agile – it can fit 29 x 2.3  -2.6” or 27.5 x 2.8 - 3.25” tires. The SWB requires less effort to lift the front (or back) end – useful on very technical trails. The LWB is reassuringly planted on steep climbs and descents. The LWB HD/e has 1” longer chainstays than the LWB which provides a longer wheelbase with more stability, soother ride, and creates more chainring clearance and room for a center kickstand mount. 

What type of frame? Spaceframe or Diamond?
The geometry and fit (except for stand over height)  is identical. The Spaceframe offers more vertical compliance and huge standover clearance but has less framepack carrying space. The Diamond frame costs and weighs less. It doesn’t have the standover or vertical compliance of the Spaceframe but with the bigger triangle you can use a larger frame pack.

Forks? Truss or Unicrown?
Most frames come with the Jones Truss fork – it is light and stiff. It delivers precise, accurate steering and does not flex or shudder when braking. It is available in titanium and steel. The steel Unicrown fork is heavier but easier to install, remove (and pack for a flight) and works with low-rider front racks and panniers and has bottle bosses. They all deliver the comfort and handling of a Jones. 

What material? Titanium (Ti) or Steel (Fe)?
Ti is lighter and has a nice spring to the ride. It doesn’t rust or need paint so you get to see the beautifully bare metal.  Steel has a good feel to it too that is stiffer and with a little more weight. Both are real and have a good feel.

What size? Small, Medium or Large?
The current Jones range can accommodate riders from 4’ 8” to 6’ 6” – the bikes (frames) come in Small, Medium and Large sizes.

Introducing the Jones Plus HD/e Framesets!

  • Jones Plus LWB HD/e Frameset is stiffer, stronger, and longer by 1”

  • TIG welded, custom butted, post heat treated, 4130 chromoly tubing.

  • Thicker tubing than original LWB for extra strength and stiffness.

  • Larger diameter top and down tubes.

  • 68 mm English/BSA threaded bottom bracket shell.

  • Clearance for 29” x 2.3" - 3.25" tires. 

  • Extra chainring clearance for large chainrings where a dropped chain can’t get stuck. Good for bottom bracket ebike motor kits

  • And more!


Ways to buy a Jones Bicycle: 

1- Jones Custom Select Bicycle: Building a custom select bicycle from the frame up with Jeff’s guidance is still the best way to get the highest quality bike for your needs. Talk with Jeff about how you ride and what you need and want in a bike and he will help you with the choices and options to give you the best ride. Email us at if you would like to be on the waitlist for a Custom Select bike.


2- Rolling Chassis: A Jones rolling chassis includes a frame, fork, headset and wheelset. It’s a great place to get started on your own Jones Bike build! Build your own rolling chassis by picking your parts and adding them to your cart. 

Popular items for any bike or rolling chassis include:




3- Customize or modify a complete Jones Bicycle: We start with a complete, boxed Jones bike and make the changes and modifications of your choosing (customer keeps take-off parts).  We then tune, adjust, and test ride your bike before giving it a final tune and carefully packing it back up to send to you. 

Available changes and modifications include:

  • Truss Fork installed
  • Change handlebar to Ti, Carbon, or the higher 2.5" rise H-Bar
  • Set-up wheels to be tubeless
  • Change Tires
  • Extra Wheelset (requires additional shipping)
  • Dropper Seatpost
  • QR seat post clamp




4- Complete Jones Bike order with added parts: We can add parts and accessories to your bike order to be installed later. Parts and accessories that can fit in the bike box will save on shipping costs!

Exclusive Items for Bike and Frameset Customers only:

  • Tires from Vee and Maxxiss
  • Droppers Seatposts from Thomson and PNW
  • Pedals from Raceface and Odyssey
  • Park Tool multi tool
  • Schrader Valve Stems in Black or Silver  

We ship worldwide, or you can pick up your bike or rolling chassis here at our shop in Ashland, Oregon.