Kona Adventure Team

Burned Lines: Barry Wicks and Robin Sansom Explore the Aftermath of California’s Fires

Bike Magazine have just published Robin Sansom’s amazing story, Burned Lines. The trip took place last fall with Robin’s buddies Brian Vernor, Jeremy Dunn and Barry Wicks after last summer’s wildfires, the largest in California’s history. The story looks affected trails, the people who care about them

A 24-Hour Solo Hat Trick for Cory Wallace!

Kona Adventure team rider Cory Wallace has won his third consecutive 24-hour solo World Championship title this past weekend in Brazil. He completed 460km and finished a full lap ahead of second place. Cory road the Hei Hei CR DL to the victory in what

Kerry Werner Finishes Third at the 2019 BC Bike Race – Read His Full Report

Emily and I couldn’t have been happier with how our Honeymoon turned out last year at BCBR. We had such a blast and we both ended up doing well in the solo open divisions. Also, I think it set me up really nicely, from a

Victory and Sheep Crashing in Mexico

Adventure man Cory Wallace recently took home the victory at the Teenek Race Xcross Hidalgo, a stage race

Solstice Season

Endurance and Adventure Team rider Spencer Paxson prompts us to scheme up and get the most out of

Time to Get Dirty!

It’s Dirty Kanza time and Kona Adventure Team rider Cory Wallace is back in the saddle aboard his

The Last NIMBY

There’s something to be said for leaving the party while it’s still thumping – that way you are

What’s in Spencer Paxson’s Messkit?

Kona Ambassador Trevor Browne recently caught up with Kona’s endurance machine, Spencer Paxson to figure out how in the world he can ride so hard for so long. What kind of food voodoo does it take to pull off climbing 32,000 feet in one day?

Cory Wallace: Lumberjack, Hockey Player, Tree Planter, Bike Slayer

VeloNews recently spent some time with Adventure Team rider Cory Wallace. Wallace is our true adventure renaissance man, taking on insanely challenging races like the Yak Attack stage race in Nepal, crushing world records on the Annapurna Circuit, and two-time 24-hour solo world champion. What

Reality Bike Check – Blending Bike Race & Family at the Oregon Gravel Grinder

There’s a first time for everything, even amidst an activity that you have done for over two decades. For the last weekend in April 2019, my wife and I packed up the car for our first family trip centered around bike racing, the inaugural 3-day

Kerry Werner Wins Pisgah Stage Race Enduro and Vlogs about it!

In the last four years, Kerry Werner has won the Pisgah Stage race overall twice, won the enduro category twice and finished third overall twice. After an epic cyclocross season where Kerry finished as the highest ranked UCI male athlete in the USA, he’d been

What’s in Cory Wallace’s Messkit?

Trevor Browne of Messkit Magazine (and also a Kona Ambassador!) took the time to interview our marathon-man, Cory Wallace about his adventuring and what exactly fuels him on his trips. Cory relies on a wide array of foods and powders to make it through his