Video: Connor Fearon is a Wild Man on a Bike

Team mechanic Matt Dupelle reports: The Kona Downhill Team arrived in Bromont, Quebec last week for our mid-season training camp prior to the North American World Cups. Andrew is back and feeling strong, Connor is beyond motivated and Tegan Malloy (Kona Australia) is ultra happy to be training with the team. Next on the team’s agenda is the Mont Sainte-Anne World Cup on August 2nd.


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Bike Parking in Japan

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Bike & Trekking (Netherlands) check out Kona’s 2015 Esatto DDL Road Endurance Bike

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Bikeradar preview Kona’s 2015 Road and Mountain Bikes

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Bike Rumor preview Kona’s 2015 Road, Freerange and Cyclocross Bikes

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Kona 2015 Online Now

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Matt Slaven 2nd at Oregon Enduro #3 – Cold Creek


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Barry Wicks Talks Recovery During Stage Racing

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Spencer takes 6th in XC, 15th in short track at the US Nationals

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Dylan Sherrard – Mid Summer On The Mountain

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“If you’re lucky enough to be in the mountains, you’re lucky enough.”

I just returned from a nine day streak of coaching camps and guiding young gaffers at Sun Peaks Reosrt, and this little saying I saw recently is the most succinct summary that comes to mind.

While I was at Sun Peaks I rode with kids in the park from the crack of dawn till mid afternoon. And when the sun was high in the sky and the “work day” was done I ate a snuck off to turn my pedals in the alpine trails. My Operator was making the mountain feel like a molehill and my Process allowed me to go further into the forests of Tod Mountain than I’d ever been before. Read More

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