Behold The 24.75lb Abra Cadabra

We took a bone stock Abra Cadabra frame, and applied a premier parts kit from some of the industry’s best parts suppliers. Everything on this Abra Cadabra is off the shelf, available from your local Kona dealer. The result is a 24.75lb Abra Cadabra, fully capable of your season’s longest epic ride. Giddy up.


Frame: 2010 Kona Abra Cadabra
Frame Tubing: Kona Race light Scandium Butted
Rear Shock: Fox Float RP23
Fork: Rock Shox Revelation WC w/15mm thru-axle, tapered steerer
Crankarms & BB: Shimano XTR
Chainring: e.thirteen 35t guide ring
Pedals: Shimano XTR
Chain: Shimano 105 10spd
Cassette: SRAM XX 10spd, 11-36t
Front Chain Guide: e.thirteen XCX
Rear Derailleur: SRAM XX, 10spd
Rear Shifter: SRAM XX, 10spd
Brakes: SRAM XX
Headset: FSA Orbit Extreme Pro 1 1/8” – 1.5”
Handlebar: FSA SLK ATB Carbon Pro, 31.8mm x 18mm x 660mm
Stem: FSA OS-99 31.8mm x 90mm
Seatpost: FSA Light SB-0, 27.2mm x 350mm
Seat Clamp: Kona Clamp
Grips: Kona Race Light
Saddle: WTB Valcon Race
Wheelset: Notubes.com ZTR Podium MMX AC, 15mm thru axle
Tires: Maxxis Aspen 26”x2.25”

5 thoughts on “Behold The 24.75lb Abra Cadabra

  1. Denn says:

    How about a full specs list? 🙂

  2. Keith says:

    I agree with Denn any way to get the full list with MSRP and Weight. I am looking to possibly do a similar build.

  3. Ricky says:

    Seeing this bike at Sea Otter was RAD! Lifting it up to physically double check the weight was unbelievable. Riding it on the 10 mile xc course made me want to keep going to the 20 mile course, thanks O’Dell! I do believe Kona has figured out the best of both worlds with lightweight and long travel, climbing and descending with the Magic Link. Ride On!

  4. Eric says:

    Any special tricks needed to determine chain length for the 1 x 10 with the Magic Link?

  5. trish says:

    My last Kona was perfect and had a 19 inch frame. It got a crack in the frame after 8 hard years of riding The shop convinced me to buy an 18 inch frame Cadabra but I always felt too swished and like I was going over the bars on the downhill.I put a longer stem and my arm length feels better but but it still doesn’t feel right -too clumbsy. What else can I do?

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