2012 Preview – The All-New Entourage

Introducing the all-new downhill/bike park/big-mountain-specific, down-addicted destroyer: the Entourage. In essence, it’s a smaller-travel (170mm) Operator redesigned into a tighter package, with radically shorter stays for quick turns and great maneuverability in the air, and a low BB and slack HA for stability. Built with performance durability and worlds of fun and speed in mind, hit everything you would on the big bike, but fall in love with the Entourage’s more nimble nature. When it comes to going down, for Kona Team Gravity Rider Graham Aggasiz, this is the quiver killer.

Spec Highlights:
• Custom 170mm RockShox Domain R CL fork
• Avid Code R brakes
• SRAM X-7 rear derailleur
• Fox Van R rear shock

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7 Responses to 2012 Preview – The All-New Entourage

  1. Steve says:

    Will there be a primo version with the vivid air and lyric?

  2. Jamie says:

    Will you be making a stinky that’s of the same quality as the 2009 one?

  3. matt says:

    i think a highroller on the rear is a bad idea…

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  5. George says:

    will there be one with boxxers, like the one Aggy has?

  6. Ben says:

    you guys certainly managed to put out a dud setup compared to the prototype pics we have all been watching…… van r??? yuk….domain? ho hummm………boring black???zzzzzzzzz………..please tell me this is going to be the base model and you are going to give us a better option at release date? other wise i am going to have to spend a fortune upgrading. The raw prototype is much more exciting. how about a decent chain guide setup? at least the linkage plates are same colour here and on operator for 2012. however…sweet lines, nice head angle, great CS length. looking forward.

  7. Tom says:

    There is an Entourage with ‘better’ specs:
    [IMG]http://cdn.webshopapp.com/f/zzsf23/kona-2012-entourage-deluxe.jpg[/IMG]

    €3.900,- vs. €2.500 for the black one