Pedal Magazine released their review of our beloved Process 153 AL DL 27.5. In a world where carbon seems to overshadow everything they gave the Process AL DL super high marks saying, “It holds its own against the most aggressive downhill challenges and to tame the climbs it takes to get to them.” They were impressed with the suspension performance of the combo of the Rockshox Yari up front and the Deluxe Trunnion RT shock in the back. “The Process performs like noise-canceling headphones for your butt – trail noise, not acoustic.”
In a recent post, Road.cc named the Rove DL a top choice for commuting in their Cycle to Work program in the UK. This program helps people find great commuter bikes for a decent price, even providing a tax exemption in the process.
“The Cycle to Work scheme is a government tax exemption that’s offered through an employer, allowing you to save money on a bike and equipment. The maximum value for the vast majority of participants is £1,000, so that’s the top price of bikes included in this category.”
The Rove DL was selected as a top choice for its stability and handling in variable conditions. The Kona covers ground quickly and is quite a pleasure to ride on the tarmac. In the middle of winter when there is mud on the roads, loads of water and maybe even a bit of snow, the Rove just feels planted and confidence-inspiring.
You can read more about why the Rove DL was selected and the Cycle to Work scheme here.