Bikepacking

Three Wheels Around the World – Hear Hirsch about his six year long cycle tour

Hey Atlanta friends! If you’re in the area on May 23rd, consider swinging by REI to hear Hirsch

All New Aluminum Wah Wah II Pedals are here!

We launched the composite version of the all-new Wah Wah II back in November to rave reviews from the press. Bike Mag, Vital MTB, MBR and Pink Bike all had something positive to say. Well, we’ve quietly been working on an alloy version based on

Birthday Bikepacking

What would do you like to do for your birthday? Kona Pro cross racer Kerry Werner is all

Kona Dream Builds: Is Tyson’s Custom Sutra the Sexiest Sutra Around?

When Tyson Blades submitted this Sutra 650b conversion via our Instagram channel, we have to admit we were pretty damn envious of what he’d put together. The devil is most definitely in the details of this bike, there are so many subtle touches that don’t

Bike Packing Tip: Making Your Own Handlebar Harness

Bikepacking isn’t new, but it’s certainly growing in popularity. We’ve shared our love of bikepacking with our Not

Not Far from Home – Destination North

There’s a common saying that life is like a wave and our existence is essentially surfing whatever kind of water comes our way. Metaphorically there may not be a better way to justify the ebbs and flows of good and bad that everyone undoubtedly experiences.

Autumn on the Rothaar Trail

The Rothaar Trail is a 150 km (90 miles) long hiking trail along the crest of Germany’s “Rothaargebirge”,

Dein Ausbruch. Dein Geheimplatz. Dein Remote

Der Ort, auf den du dich die ganze Woche freust und an den du unbedingt wieder musst, wenn

“The Sutra LTD Was Born for Adventure” Velo De Route Reviews the Sutra LTD (French)

Amaël Donnet from the French magazine Velo De Route recently joined us in the Andalusian region of Spain for three

Roving the Kootenays with Morgan and Stephanie

Everyone has their own special place, and to Morgan and Stephanie of Found in the Mountains, that’s the Selkirk Mountains in British Columbia’s West Kootenays.

“Still steel. Still single. Still simple.” Dirt Rag Posts their First Impressions on the Kona Unit

Adam Newman at Dirt Rag magazine recently posted up his first impressions on the Kona Unit, their full

“This bike took us on roads we didn’t even know existed” Road Bike Action wander on the Sutra Ltd

“This bike took us on roads we didn’t even know existed” Maybe we should have sent the folks