Jeff Lenosky

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Jeff Lenosky
Personal information
Nickname J-Lo
Born (1971-04-19) April 19, 1971 (age 43)
 United States
Height 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)
Weight 99.8 kg (220 lb)
Team information
Discipline Freeride and Trials
Professional team(s)
1993–present
Major wins
Teva Mountain Games Champion (2006)
Infobox last updated on
January 21, 2008

Jeff Lenosky (Born April 19, 1971) is an American world class professional Freeride and Trials Mountain Bicycle Rider.

Among his many athletic high points is the world record for the Bunny hop, a high jump event using a full size mountain bicycle. Lenosky competes in events world wide and performs demonstrations of his athletic riding skills along with products manufactured by his many sponsors. He has a signature frame and pedals developed with his design input. Mountain bike events world wide have been designed and constructed with his planning, design, and organizational skills. A review of mountain biking periodicals will reveal regular featured columns written by Lenosky featuring, how to, adventures, motivational and news to the novice and experienced enthusiast. Many DVD and VHS films are on the market from locations worldwide along with his many friends included in the screenplays. Lenosky used to ride for Sram but now rides for Shimano (Saint), Pro Components and Fox Racing Shox. He also rides for Teva, Giant, Mavic, Maxxis, Bell Helmets and Skull Candy.[1]

Personal information[edit]

He lives in Sparta Township, New Jersey with his wife Amy and their children, Jack (Whose best friend is Sebastian), Kaitlyn and Max.[2] He is a graduate of East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Freeridin’ the Web with Jeff Lenosky". Retrieved 2009-07-28. 
  2. ^ Freud, Chris. "Smutok slides through in freeride finals at Vail Teva Games", Vail Daily, June 4, 2011. Accessed June 28, 2011. "Jeff Lenoski [sic], of Sparta, N.J., has been designing the freeride course at the Mountain Games for years and, each year, he tries to do something different."