Jason Enns' Volume Cerberus setup
Jason Enns and the Volume Cerberus
Now entering his fifteenth year as a sponsored pro for Volume Bikes, Winnipeg, MB to Norco, Calif. transplant Jason Enns is one of BMX's modern day legends. With sections in seminal videos such as "Nowhere Fast" and "Criminal Mischief," Enns continues to progress in all walks of riding, and this is the bike he uses to get it done.
Enns' latest signature frame
"I'm into my fifteenth year with Volume and this is the fifth version of my signature frame," says Enns. "The Cerberus is pretty much perfect. It has a steep head tube, perfect rear-end length and a proven stand over height. One of the best and my personal favorite features is the built-in chain tensioners. You can pretty much dial in your rear wheel position with your fingers and it makes life with four pegs too easy. With it there's no more wheel shifting problems at all."
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"If you could design and piece together your dream setup, this would be mine. Everything is spot-on to the dimensions I like and everything looks and works perfect together. It's the ultimate mix of function and style."
Enns reps the BMXFU fu-man on his head tube, and has all of the sponsorship boxes checked off on his front triangle.
"This was one of the original samples for the Volume Staple stem. I took it from the Interbike display over two years ago and it's still going strong."
Safe to say, this bike has seen its fair share of use by Enns. This is his front wheel setup, courtesy of Demolition.
"These cranks have been on my bike for almost two years. I run a 23-tooth spline-drive Demolition Mugatu sprocket and the cranks have no sprocket bolt bosses for that extra-clean look. With the spline-drive sprocket you can get that perfect chain line so you can run your chain extra tight with no crunch or popping of any sort. You can also run the sprocket almost right against the bottom bracket without having to worry about your crank arm hitting the chain stays."
"I run the OG Dennis Enarson signature Open bar from Demolition and my signature Volume grips. I've been running this combo since the OG Dennis bar came out a few years ago. Both the bar and grip have been discontinued and I'm on my last pair of each. I'm not looking forward to getting used to new bars and especially grips. Grips are actually the main thing that make my bike feel like mine. It's one of the hardest things for me to switch up."
"I just put on this new Aaron Smith Demolition signature seat, it has one of the best shapes that I've seen and I love that all the Pivotal guts are tucked up inside. It has no extra nose or rear screw-on rails underneath the seat and that gives it an extra-sleek look."
"I run the 2.35 Demolition Momentum tires. I keep the front around 50psi and the rear around 60psi. These are my favorite tires that I've ever ridden. The big tires are a lot more forgiving on hard landings and my wrists and ankles need all the help they can get these days."
"I've been loving these PC Demolition Trooper pedals. They have a nice wide platform and the squared off pins give you all the traction you need with minimal shin damage."