-Headset: FSA Integrated Sealed
-Stem: 57mm Race XLT stem
-Bars: Stock XLT 8.25
-Grips: AME Clamp on Tri 1.2
-Bar ends: AME
-Brake lever: Tektro
-Brake cable: Jagwire
-Brake caliper: Tektro
-Brake pads: Promax B-2
-Chain: KMC Z 610hx
-Sprocket: Mich Ram Industries 44t
-Cranks: Redline Flight 175mm
-Bottom Bracket set: Promax Euro Sealed
-Pedals: HT T-1
-Seatpost clamp: Stock
-Seatpost: La Casa 27.2mm
-Seat: BSD Passenger
-Front tire: Maxxis DTH
-Front rim: Box
-Front hub: Profile Elite
-Rear rim: Box
-Rear tire: Tioga Powerblock
-Rear hub: Profile Elite
-Number plate: Mac Components One Plate With a custom decal
What parts do you change most often?
Jared Ennis: Parts to do with the Drive train, chain ring, chains, cogs, and also grips and tires are what I change out the most.
Who are some of the people who hook you up with parts when you need them?
Jared Ennis: The man Cam Small helps keep my bike fresh with support from the Crisp team's Co-sponsors Mac Components, Mich Ram Industries, and AME Grips they do a really great job. Also a big shoutout to Troy Scott at Maple Ridge Cycle who’s been helping me along in my career since the beginning with one of the best bike shops going for the last 40 years.
Do you care about the looks of your bike?
Jared Ennis: I don’t mind so much as I used to but, everyone can appreciate a good looking build such as this one!
Does she have to be clean at all times before you hit the track?
Jared Ennis: For Sure! Always feels good to roll up to the track with a clean ride! That way you know everything is in tip top shape.
What tire pressure do you run?
Jared Ennis: Depends, I usually like to run anything above 70psi. In ideal conditions on big tracks I like to run the tires pretty hard around 90psi.