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Jingle Jangle Christmas Cross in September – Kerry Werner on His Career Best World Cup Result

Words by Kerry Werner. Photos by Meg McMahon. Jingle Cross. In September. You’re probably thinking exactly what everyone else is thinking, so here’s some background. The name Jingle Cross is used because in years past, before it was a World Cup, the race was held

Pretty in Pink: Kerry Werner talks us through his new Super Jake

I was able to hop on the Major Jake, same geometry as the Super Jake, back in July when I spent some time with the Kona crew for the video shoot we did for the Major Jake release. The setup on that bike was the

Cross is Here: Kerry Werner heads to Rochester for the Season Opener

The tension was building for some time now. #crossiscoming was all over the social media outlets, people were getting new bikes, kits, etc, posting schedules, and feeling generally gitty (at least I was). This past week those sensations only increased as the temperature dropped and

Rhys Verner Rides the Kona Process G2 in British Columbia’s Sea to Sky Corridor

Kona pro team rider and Sea to Sky shredder Rhys Verner is a perfect match for the all new Process G2. Together, they climb efficiently and descend in harmony. The Process has a long history of dominating the descents, and with this new design, now has

Check Out the Kona Gravity Team’s Custom World Championships Operators!

As has become tradition at this time of year, Kona Gravity Team manager Mathieu Dupelle has been working hard on custom graphics for Connor Fearon, Anthony Poulson, and Magnus Manson in anticipation of this weekend’s 2017 UCI Downhill World Championships.

An Update from Connor Fearon as Three Kona Gravity Riders Prepare for the DH World Champs in Cairns

Earlier this week the Australian National DH team was announced and Kona Gravity team rider Connor Fearon made the list along with teammates Josh Button and Tegan Molloy. You may be wondering what Connor’s been up to recently and may have noticed his absence from

Finding Remote with Graham Agassiz and Matt Stevens

Your escape. Your secret stash. Your remote. The place you long to be all week, and can’t wait to head out to, even if just for the day. The Kona Remote is the bike to get you there.

Scott Countryman and Becky Gardner report from Aspen EWS

All Photos: Sven Martin Becky Gardner and Scott Countryman gathered with the top enduro athletes in the world at the World Enduro Series, Aspen recently. Racing enduro takes skill and strength but racing an EWS is a whole different animal. Racing the best in the

Cross/Roads with Kerry Werner and the All New Kona Jake

Cross/Roads Kona Pro cyclocross racer Kerry Werner knows that ‘cross is always coming. He sees his everyday training rides as an opportunity to get rad. In Cross/Roads, we take you into Kerry’s world prior to the 2018 cyclocross season. We apologize in advance if you

Introducing the All New Kona Jake

Versatile, race-bred cyclocross bikes ‘Cross racing, commuting, backroad adventuring, the Jake is one of the most versatile bikes in the Kona lineup. The Jake has a long pedigree here at Kona – twenty years to be exact. It began as a race-bred cyclocross bike but

MBA Showcase Connor Fearon’s 2016 One-Off Worlds Operator

MBA recently published this in-depth look at Connor Fearon’s one-off 2016 World Champs Operator along with mini profile on the berm destroyer himself. Click here to read the PDF or click on the image below.

Scott Countryman and Ryan Gardner Love Loam

Loam is Great! Kona Gravity rider Ryan Gardner shows team mate Scott Countryman his local loamer.