Random Weirdness

Winterized: Part 5

Welcome back to Winterized, the series of winter tips from Kona employees and athletes aimed at helping you

Winterized: Part 4

We’re back with Winterized, our guide to making riding in the winter slightly less crappy, and it’s the solstice!

1988 Full Zip Hoodies Now in the Canadian Web Store!

If you’re anywhere near our offices in Ferndale, Washington, or Vancouver, BC, you might notice the weather is…terrible

Ride and Shine

It’s 5:30 in the morning. My phone alarm starts playing the Chan Chan to semi-rudely rouse me from whatever trippy dream I am definitely having. I am simultaneously annoyed that I’m no longer sleeping and also find myself humming to the familiar tune while being

Winterized: Part 3

Welcome back to Winterized, our unofficial guide for how to make riding in the winter suck significantly less. We’re taking tips from Kona employees and athletes on how they manage to stay warm and dry(ish) in the dark, dank months. So, grab a toddy, stoke

Valuing Bikes 20 Years Apart

It’s not uncommon to look at modern-day mountain bikes and scratch your head thinking, ‘these things are expensive.’

Mystery Boxes! Sale Items! Get Shopping!

Buying the perfect gift doesn’t have to be a mystery. Let us do the work for you! Kona Mystery Boxes are now live on the US webstore! We’re offering boxes in three different price points full of our favorite Kona gear. The fun part? You get

Winterized: Part 2

We are back with our second installment of Winterized, our guide to surviving your cold (perhaps miserable) rides. We’ve rounded up a bunch of tips from our staff, Kona athletes, and partners to ensure you have some handy little tricks to keep you happy this

Winterized: Part 1

Let’s face it. If you live north of the equator there’s a decent chance you’re stuck in this weather phenomenon we call, “winter.” Perhaps you’re a skier or snowboarder and have hung up your rubber shoes in favor of wooden plans. More power to you.

Hard Tales, Light and Fast, The Tools for 140-km of Slack-Country Shredding

What do you carry for big rides in your back yard? Here at Kona, exploring the rituals of

A Love Letter to Vintage MTB

We don’t exactly know what’s going on here, and that’s just fine. What we do know is that sweet

Erik Plankton rides the Baltic Sea Coastline (and takes a ride in a boat)

Ive said it before, and i’ll say it again. Erik Plankton’s blog makes me want to grab some bike bags, saddle up my Sutra Ltd and say goodbye to home and just hit the road. His eye for the mundane as well as his dry Finnish