Enduro

From Snow to Dust

English translation below Vom Schnee in den StaubEs ist Freitag und wir, Tim, Marten und ich sitzen im

Kona Dream Builds: Ryan’s Beauty of a Black Satori

At 6’3″ Ryan Gardner loves wagon wheels. A super fan of the old Process 111, a huge fan of the new Process 153 and like most of us he can’t go past a sweet Honzo. The California Enduro Series is Ryans local event, he’s had

Dirt Rag Reviews the Process 153 CR DL 27.5 “Kona built the CR/DL with stiffness and durability in mind.”

“Kona built the CR/DL with stiffness and durability in mind. Suffice to say the frame is noticeably stiffer

Ti Tuesday: David rolls out the Red Carpet for his Ti Honzo build

As co-owner of Kona dealer Mud Cycles (Wellington, NZ), David had been jonesing for a Ti Honzo for a while, when the opportunity finally arose to secure one, he was not going to let the shiny lightweight frame slip through his hands. He’d been planning

Kona Dream Builds: Goldfinch Cyclery build the shredliest ground-up Honzo

The folk’s at Goldfinch Cyclery in Cedar Rapids, Iowa recently built this beauty of a steel Honzo. “Behold, the shredliest ground-up hardtail build to roll out our doors in a grip!” We have to agree, this bike is most definitely ready for shredding and its

The Kona Supremes Report from the North American Enduro cup

Hannah Bergemann and Delia Massey of the Kona Supremes made the trek over to Kellogg, Idaho this past weekend for the North American Enduro cup. Riders raced 9 technical and demanding stages down Silver Mountain Bike Park, descending over 16000 feet and climbing over 8000

My Kona – Scott Mackay

Scott Mackay is most definitely a product of his environment. Growing up at the base of Mt. Seymour on Vancouver’s famed North Shore, riding and skiing has been a part of his daily routine for as long as he can remember. For Kona dealers and

The Kona Global Enduro Team battle Round Four of the EWS

The first half of the Enduro World Series hasn’t been all roses for the Kona Global Enduro Team. The first round in Lo Barnechea, Chille took it’s toll, with Rhys Verner braking is scaphoid at the end of the second stage, Alexander Kangas suffering flat

Jonathan Maunsell Wins Round 4 of Grass Roots

One half of our Irish Enduro racing family was back in action yesterday at Round 4 of the Grassroots Enduro Series. Jonathan Maunsell has had a stellar year so far with several big victories aboard his Process 153CR. This weekend was no exception, capturing yet

Scott Countryman takes Second at the Crested Butte Big Mountain Enduro

Crested Butte is one of my favorite places to ride. The trails are rough, raw, and endless which suites my riding style perfectly. I knew going into the race there this past weekend I would do well but my previous luck at this race has

Ryan Gardner Reports from Mammoth

Words by Kona enduro racer, Ryan Gardner.   2018 marks my 10th year of racing mountain bikes. During

Don’t Not Go – Joe Schwartz and friends tackle the North Shore Triple Crown

“Water everywhere. Cascading down the dark loamy hillsides, pouring in sheets from the steely, cold skies above the North Shore. The unsettling realization that maybe we pushed too hard, didn’t respect the conditions enough to back down. Those nagging thoughts pushed to the side as