- I posted a new photo to Facebook http://t.co/mDpeQ48Deo 03:38:16 PM March 27, 2015 from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Win a trip to Whistler Mountain Bike Park and shred with Aggy! http://t.co/4SZ883wkZd 02:18:03 PM March 27, 2015 from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Congrats to Connor Fearon for placing 5th at the Rotorua Air DH. http://t.co/yczrwDEtTm 11:11:42 AM March 27, 2015 from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
- B.I. Cycle - Bainbridge Island Demo this Sunday http://t.co/GJEL3mAbcT 09:39:02 AM March 27, 2015 from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Kona Endurance Team Kicks off the 2015 Season in California http://t.co/i7vcwY49aR 07:58:22 AM March 27, 2015 from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
Last weekend Endurance Team riders Spencer Paxson, Barry Wicks and Kris Sneddon reunited in southern California for the kickoff of the 2015 North American XC race season. Blazing sun, punchy race tracks, and a star-studded international field (22 nations total!) greeted the intrepid Kona gang at Rounds 1 and 2 of the U.S. Cup, the premier Olympic format XC race series this side of the Atlantic. These races were the first opportunities to test out the legs, as well as some cool new XC bikes (stay tuned for more on that!) and new gear from Fox and Shimano.
Paxson led the charge, posting a strong first performance of the season, finishing 3rd for the U.S. and 18th overall at Bonelli. Next he is headed down to Colombia with the U.S. National Team for the Pan Am Continental Championships. Barry, who is just tuning himself up for longer races this spring, plowed like a long-legged locomotive through the majority 100+ racer field for respectable top 30. He then earned the bronze in the Super D on the same day, all aboard his Hei Hei Supreme. Kris, just coming off a shoulder injury, courageously threw himself into the frying pan of the fastest fat tire racing on the planet, and was satisfied that he has made a full recovery; now all that is left is some spring tune up before he resumes his dominance as one of the top mtb stage racers in North America. Read More
Australian magazine Revolution have just published this great little interview with Junior World DH Champion Tegan Molloy. Click the image for the full size PDF. Read More
Revolution Magazine review the Process 153 “It begged to be launched, thrown and boosted off whatever trail feature we could find”
Click the image to read the full review. Read More
Kona was founded in Vancouver, BC and still operate there. We are passionate about commuting and cycle advocacy and with the upcoming spring transportation referendum, Metro Vancouver residents will get a rare opportunity to dramatically improve cycling in all municipalities, and to connect the regional cycling network. Read More
Crankworx Rotorua kicked off yesterday in New Zealand with the Official Oceania Whip Off competition. Kona Gravity rider Connor Fearon got super sideways and took second place in this inaugural event. Check him out in action in this short and sweet clip from SRAM. Read More
“I was impressed by how capable and rewarding this long’n’low, short travel (111mm rear & 120mm front), big-wheel bike was. It has great fit & balance, the rider’s weight distribution is centred and there is an ease of movement about the bike, with none of that overcompensating with weight shifts.” Click image for more
I ended up 2nd out of 9 in the Junior category.
I made the Pinkbike article about FrostBIKE. I am in the 13th, and the 18th photo.
I also made the FrostBIKE recap edit, and I am shown at 0:29 seconds.
Next event I will be attending will be the 1st BC Cup Race the Ranch in Kamloops, BC on April 11th and 12th!
If you live in Canada you can. All you need to do is buy your next Monster product at a participating Husky store (as well as flashing your myHusky Rewards card) and you will be in to WIN a trip to Whistler to ride with Aggy as well as his one of his pro model bikes! For full details and all the terms and conditions head over here.