The 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

Rochester Cyclocross. The First Real Test.

Becca – Rochester has been a staple on the calendar for my entire elite career – through venue changes and team changes, equipment swaps and last minute shipment retrievals, this race has always been good to me. It’s a course that has power sections that

All Systems Go For GoCross

Becca: No one knows what to expect from the first weekend of cross. It’s really hard to train for cyclocross, because it’s only a race, not a ride. So you can come in knowing that you might be fit or having worked on skills, but

Miranda Miller Introduces Kona’s 2020 Process 134 Lineup

Kona Gravity Team rider Miranda Miller introduces the all-new Process 134! Join Miranda on a Pacific Northwest Adventure aboard the first full-carbon Process bike. The Process 134 represents years of engineering, testing, and industrial design to create the perfect balance of trail, all-mountain, and pure

Miranda Miller, Cory Wallace, and Connor Fearon Named to World Championship Teams

The UCI World Championships are just around the corner. This year, they’ll be taking place in Mont Saint Anne, in the Canadian providence of Quebec. Former Downhill World Champion and current Kona gravity racer Miranda Miller has been selected to the Canadian women’s downhill team,

Kona Dream Builds: “Lil Acid” Shelly Flood’s Process 153 CR DL 27.5

Some eagle eyed Kona and EWS fans may have been lucky enough to get a bit of an advanced look at one of our 2020 Process frame colours this year. Kona Gravity Team rider Shelly Flood has been rolling on this seriously rad Process 153

Cory Wallace at the Breck Epic

Kona Adventure Man Cory Wallace currently sits in 11th place after two stages of the Brek Epic six-day race in Colorado. “Stage 1 at Breck Epic served up some tacky trails and proper mountain weather (+8 and 🌧). 24 hr legs were in full diesel but will need

Kona Enduro Team Takes on the Whistler EWS

This weekend marked the biggest race of the EWS season, the stop at Whistler’s Crankworx. Riders faced seven brutal stages that featured extremely technical and physical racing. Kona had a full squad onsite racing for both the men and the women. Miranda Miller continued her

Kona Dream Builds: Miranda Miller’s Team Issue Process 134 CR DL

When Miranda’s production Process 134 CR frame showed up in our Kona USA HQ a few months back, her team parts kit had already been waiting patiently in a box for the big day. We couldn’t wait to see the complete bike built up. After

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

The Kona Gravity Team Take on Les Gets

The 2019 race schedule is really starting to ramp up. Round five of the UCI DH World Cup took place in Les Gets, France over the weekend, and it’s worth pointing out that we are now past the halfway point with just three World Cup

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