BSD Jonesin Fork Review

The Jonesin Fork is made by BSD. With only one really responsive 22mm offset option and two plain colors, this fork is for the simple street rider. Capable of holding up to big tricks, the strong heat-treated chromoly keeps it from shattering to pieces.

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Whether he’s spinnin’, nosin’ or just jonesin’, Sam Jones likes that extra edge up front to keep him balanced. 

The Jonesin’ forks are Sam Jones signature forks, with a 22mm offset this fork is for riders who love the extra responsiveness of a quick-reacting front end while keeping it street-tough…

From BSD

Key Features

Heat-treated Chromoly
2.2 lbs
Black or Raw color


Price: $139.99Opens in a new tab. on Danscomp



DropoutsInvest cast
Steerer length157mm
Steerer1 piece fully CNC heat treated chromo
LegsTapered triple butted heat treated 4130 chromoly
TubingSanko Japanese Chromo
TreatmentFull post weld heat treatment for maximum strength to weight ratio
Bearing raceIntegrated
Top Bolt7075-T6 al with M24 thread

Fork Geometry

A: Steerer Length: 157mm

This steerer length is shorter than most. Longer steer tubes require more headset spacers or a frame with a longer head tube. They will also make the bars higher up naturally.

B: Offset: 22mm

Which offset is right for me?

22mm: Steep, responsive, and snappy. Turns will happen fast and feel quick. Nose-manuals will pop up really easily.

C: Dropout Size: 10mm or 3/8″

Designed for front wheels with a 10mm front axle. If your front axle is smaller than your rear, its 10mm.


I love the way BSD keeps it strong and simple. These forks are no exception. Everything is made from top-teir quality that will hold up to beefy riding. These forks are for the rider who does some tech street riding but also likes to addble in the park. The Jonesin forks have a steep 22mm offset that will make nosemanuals easier.

Common Questions

  • Are these for Dirt, Park, or Street riding? These forks are good for all 3 types of riding. However, they are built with more of a street focus!
  • Where can I buy them? I found them in stock hereOpens in a new tab. on Danscomp’s website.
  • How much do they weigh? 2.2lbs

Douglas Laird

My parents bought me my first BMX bike in 2011 and it changed my life. This bike has taken me all over the world and introduced me to cool places and cooler people. My goal is to help get 1,000,000 people into BMX so they can experience the joy and freedom that comes from a progression based sport.

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