Random Weirdness

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

Drew is Uncontainable

He doesn’t ride for Kona, heck we dont even a make a 20″ bike if he did, but

Do you need another reason to visit New Zealand?

As if New Zealand’s insane amount of lush back country trails weren’t enough of a lure to hop on a plane, they have gone and started building pump tracks on beach’s for goodness sake! This one, designed by Rotorua based company South Star Trails, recently

Kona riding MTB Mom vs BMX Mom

The folks over at NSMB.com found this insane Japanese advert on Youtube and we just had to post

Kona Announces new Tour de France Team

In a move that stunned the UCI, Kona has entered the world stage of professional road racing with

Soirée Kona – Montréal (Quebec)

Oh boy ! ce mercredi dernier s’est tenue la soirée Kona au pub Brouhaha rue de Lorimier. Bien

DEW FILES – Finland

After catching word that the next Dew Files would take place in Finland during the month of January,

City Trails 1.2 video featuring the Jake the Snake

From Matthew Brown: This is the winter edition of city trails. This time I thought as most bikers

Way of the Bicycle reviews the Humuhumu: “a damn nice piece of metal and rubber”

It’s not often that a bike company will bring an older model back to its original glory simply

Blast From The Past: Dirt Rag’s “A” bike review from 2003

This bike review first appeared in Dirt Rag issue #102, published in August of 2003. From Dirt Rag: