Bikepacking

Good Living and Good Times in Arizona with the Kona Adventure Team

“We travel for more than just racing nowadays. We travel for mountain biking and seeing the world and bringing our friends along for the ride. For some of us this is a vacation from work, for others, it’s an evolution away from the height of our competitive careers, and for a couple, it’s a route towards the next peak. For all of us, it’s good living and good times.”

Roll With Vincent as he Raises Money for Lesch-Nyhan Disease Research

Vincent is a Frenchman cycling from New York to San Francisco to raise awareness and money for the

Kerry and Emily’s Blue Ridge Bikepacking Adventure: Beta

Kerry Werner and Emily Shields take a former training route – the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina – and slows things down by loading up with camping gear.

Toni Lund and his Kona Wo are Headed to the Iditarod Trail Invitational

New to the Finnish Kona Grassroots team is Toni Lund, an adventure cyclist and endurance athlete who has

Winter Bikepacking with the Kona Sutra LTD and Unit

Morgan and Pat loaded up their steel Konas for a winter overnight outside of Vancouver.

Not Far From Home is a Vimeo Staff Pick!

Here’s cause for celebration! Our video Not Far From Home with Erkki Punttila has been chosen by Vimeo as a Staff Pick! Watch the video below and head to the original Cog post for the full story.

Peloton Magazine Reviews the 2017 Kona Sutra LTD – “The Sutra is such a capable bike it could be your only bike.”

Peloton Magazine has just published their 2017 Adventure Issue and it features a great review of our drop

Kona Wozo in Ireland: A Microadventure

Microadventure: an adventure close to home; cheap, simple, short, and yet very effective. A Local Microadventure Bikes, beer and a break from life. Words by William O’Connor, photos by Michal Dzikowski This story begins at my house, in a small village in the west of

Bikepacking.com’s Long Term Review of the Big Honzo: “Outstandingly comfortable and capable.”

Skyler des Roches over at Bikepacking.com has been riding our Big Honzo for several months now, getting into development projects such as Porcelain Rocket’s Albert seat pack for dropper posts and taking the bike on a number of backcountry bikepacking trips. This week he published

Kona’s “Not Far From Home” Featured on Bikepacking.com’s 2016 Bikepacking Awards

We only released Not Far From Home earlier this week, yet it’s been making waves with its excellent

Bikepacking.com and the First Dropper Post-Compatible Seat Pack – On a Kona!

We love seeing what people get up to with their Kona bikes – especially when they’re doing things that have never been done before. A while back we sent Skyler Des Roches of Bikepacking.com our Big Honzo DL for review. Skyler is a well-known pioneer in

New Zealand Road Cyclist Magazine review the 2016 Rove AL “Like a gateway drug to heavier use, the Kona Rove AL is a gateway bike. It will get riders hooked on gravel rides.”

New Zealand Road Cyclist Magazine have just published up a great review of our 2016 Rove AL bike likening it to a gateway drug for gravel grinding. The full review as a PDF can be viewed here (or you can click on any of the