Random Weirdness

KonaSquatches Take Over Eurobike

Two sasquatches wearing Kona suits have been spotted at Eurobike and our team has captured this video evidence. The Sasquatches have a boatload of Kona prizes to give out. Want to win? Take a photo of the Sasquatch and tag your photo #KonaSquatch on Instagram.

Reliving the Future

A fictional story inspired by the theft of my dear friend’s Kona Humu, and the joy of klunking. –Shae James, Kona Ambassador I am supposed to be holding one endless circle of hardened chain, a symbol of trust. It is supposed to be looped through

Trail’s Alive!

Last week Kona athlete Hannah Bergemann was a part of a squad of super talented riders that took home third place in the Crankworx Dirt Diaries film festival. The project was called Trail’s Alive and brought some Bellingham and Sea to Sky classics to life.

What to Carry on The Longest Day

Hey! My Name is Graham.  I’m so proud to call my self a Kona Ambassador!  How on earth did I wangle that one? Well, it’s petty sweet really, I’m a mountain bike guide and coach from the Lake District UK. I also do lots of

Spanning Time

This is a photo story of a Vermont summer day featuring Kona Ambassadors Stephen Pope and Ryan McEvoy. “HELLO! Stoked to send off this photo essay for the “Longest Day” theme! Seasonality is so drastic in Vermont, and summers here are wonderfully long. We wanted

Solstice Season

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

Berlin, Bikes, and Coffee

Kona Ambassador Barry McWilliams is an American transplant living in Berlin—a city rich in history, culture and…coffee. It’s safe to say that biking and coffee are pretty excellent compliments to each other. Cool mornings, hot coffee. Long rides and a little caffeine. The invigorating smell

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?

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

From Zero to Two.

And so it ends. The 16 weeks(ish) of my Spencer-Paxson-Tries-to-Make-Me-Suck-Less-at-Climbing-and-Other-Things-Too program. I’d say it’s been a whirlwind, but really it’s been a hell of a challenge and it FEELS like it’s taken me four months to get here. The question everyone seems to be asking

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

Kona E-Mo

Are you tired of the nasty looks from people on the trails as you effortlessly glide up a steep climb? Does it make you sad that people don’t understand that eBikes are really freaking fun? Do you ever wish your eBike battery was invisible? Wish