Daily Archives: 08/07/2019

Your 2020 Dews, Splice and Coco Have Arrived!

Ahhhh. There’s nothing like the feeling of gliding on a bike. Whether you’re a hard-core commuter and demand the utilitarian performance of one of the Dews, or you’re stylish on a step-through Coco, we’ve got a bike that is ready to cruise wherever you choose!

Dews

Sometimes you just need a bike that you know will get you there without any hassle. Commuting across town and need a traffic-evading, pothole-slaloming machine? There’s a Dew for that. Want something stylish to ride to the market on the weekend? There’s a Dew for that. Looking for something simple, efficient, yet incredibly reliable to get you to work no matter the weather? You guessed it…there’s a Dew for that. With updated frame geometry for comfort, we’ve thoughtfully spec’d the Dews for speed, stopping power, and convenience. No matter where you ride there’s a Dew for you.

Dr Dew

Lacy Kemp | KONA COG

Urban riding isn’t about simply getting from point A to point B. The truly seasoned know that an efficient drivetrain, fenders, and hydraulic disc brakes are the ticket to efficiency and speed. The Dr Dew gets an updated frame, maximizing speed and comfort. Running on 650b wheels, weatherproofed by fenders, and powered by a SRAM NX/SX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, the Dr Dew has everything a discerning rider could want in a bike.

Dew Deluxe

Lacy Kemp | KONA COG

When searching for a bike that is the ultimate commuting machine, look no further than the Dew Deluxe. Fast 650b wheels take this refined ride through every type of weather with confidence. Updated frame geometry ensures comfort and a SRAM SX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain provides excellent gearing. Prepackaged with fenders, the Dew Deluxe is your grocery getting, commute-smashing urban road destroyer!

Dew Plus

You know what you want in a city bike. A comfortable saddle atop a durable frame with updated, comfortable geometry. The Dew Plus is available in two colors and features strong Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, a 9-speed Shimano drivetrain, and quality Shimano cranks, making it the choice for commuters that are looking for a dependable bike in an affordable package.

Dew

The Dew is as classic to the Kona lineup as the Klunker is to Repack. With updated frame geometry, comfort, simplicity, and efficiency are at the forefront of the Dew. Equipped with Tektro disc brakes, the Dew has exceptional stopping power, whether that’s while bombing down a hill, or perfecting your skids. Did we mention that stunning coral paint job?

Coco

Lacy Kemp | KONA COG

Style points matter. The Coco pays homage to the gorgeous European step-through bicycle. The Coco gets a completely redesigned frame improving fit and ride quality. Internal routing keeps the lines clean and sleek.

Splice

Lacy Kemp | KONA COG

Part adventure rig, part road warrior, part urban assault machine, the Splice gives comfort when you want and efficiency when in motion. With Suntour suspension up front that you can lockout for efficient pedaling, hydraulic disc brakes for powerful stopping, and sturdy 700x40c wheels and tires, the Splice may just tempt you to explore further than ever before.

Kona Dream Builds: Miranda Miller’s Team Issue Process 134 CR DL

When Miranda’s production Process 134 CR frame showed up in our Kona USA HQ a few months back, her team parts kit had already been waiting patiently in a box for the big day. We couldn’t wait to see the complete bike built up. After a short shake down in her home town of Squamish, BC Miranda returned to the PNW for three days of epic bike ripping and a whole bunch of adventuring for our cameras.

Much like her Process 153 this Dream Build is covered in only the best parts from our Gravity Team sponsors, read on to get the full low-down.

Caleb Smith | KONA COG The Super Deluxe Ultimate is the one of the few stock items in on Miranda’s Process 134 CR DL
Caleb Smith | KONA COG Oh, those Pike Ultimates are also the same forks you also get with the stock 134 CR DL
Caleb Smith | KONA COG Things start to change at the headset though with the inclusion of this beautiful Chris King number.
Caleb Smith | KONA COG The 134’s chainstay protector is ribbed for silence but also extends past the chain ring for maximum protection.
Caleb Smith | KONA COG SRAM XO carbon cranks propel the speedy rig, while a rubber guard protects the downtube from wayward debris
Caleb Smith | KONA COG More SRAM XO goodness out the back.
Caleb Smith | KONA COG SRAM’s new powerful G@ Ultimate stoppers keep speeds in check.
Caleb Smith | KONA COG While a Reverb (with a cable) aids in the uppy/downy department. Deity’s SDG collab Speedtrap saddle keeps things comfy on the climbs.
Caleb Smith | KONA COG Rock Shox 1X lever flips the switch. while ODI grips keep Miranda’s hands in place.
Caleb Smith | KONA COG You can never have too much Chris King.
Caleb Smith | KONA COG You can also never have too much OneUp Components. Mirandas bike sports the new stem, bars and EDC tool.
Caleb Smith | KONA COG The bike rolls on Kamloops based WeAreOne hand laid Agent wheels.
Caleb Smith | KONA COG The rear of the Process 134 can accommodate chunky rubber, this 2.5″ Maxxis Minion DHF 3C MaxTerra EXO tire slides in with room to spare.
Caleb Smith | KONA COG HT’s lightweight T1 pedals transfer the watts!
Caleb Smith | KONA COG And Miranda can count those said watts on her stages power meter and cycle computer.