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We love all kinds of bikes, but there's something to be said for having one rig that can do it all. Jeff Jones: A Man and His Bikes is a film from Michael Carlini about bicycle builder Jeff Jones, who wanted to create a one-bike quiver that would let him ride anything and everything. He came up with the “high-performance, non-suspended bicycle” that Jones Bikes is famous for.