Josh Button

Kona Gravity Racer Josh Button Wins Gold at the Oceania Championships

Josh Button is well and truly back! After his show-stealing performance at the Cairns round of the UCI Downhill World Cup last year he suffered a massive injury, taking him out of rest of the season. He was able to ride in the World Champs

The Italian Job: Connor Fearon and Josh Button end their DH race season at Val di Sole

After an amazing World Cup season, Connor Fearon had little under a week to prepare for the final test on the DH calendar for the year, The World Champs. The infamous Val Di Sole track proved as big as an obstacle as it always has, punishing those that lack

Rush Hour: Connor Fearon and Josh Button drop into practice at Val Di Sole

The Downhill track Val di Sole, Italy is always popular with the riders, but after seeing photos emerge showing just how brutal of a condition it’s in, it’s becoming hard to see why. After only a day of practice, the track has already taken down a

Connor Fearon and Josh Button’s Green and Gold 2016 World Champs Operators

Kona’s Gravity Team Manager/Dad/Mechanic Mathieu Dupelle has worked his magic on Connor Fearon’s 2016 World Champs bike, once again embracing the Australian national colours of green and gold, this time though it’s sparkly! The gold XO DH drivetrain is back as are custom green HT pedals. Mathieu

Connor Fearon finishes the World Cup Season on the Podium (Twice)

Connor Fearon dropped into his last World Cup race of the 2016 season yesterday with just a one point lead over good friend Luca Shaw in the overall standings. After qualifying in 12th position, Connor would have a nervous wait at the bottom, especially after

Fast and Loose: Connor Fearon and Josh Button Qualify in Andorra

In dusty, dry and unpredictable conditions yesterday morning the Kona Aussie duo of Connor Fearon and Josh Button managed to set up an exciting end to the season. For Fearon, who has had the word consistent written about him after almost every round this season,

Happy Endings. Connor Fearon and Josh Button drop in to Round 7 of the DH World Cup

The 2016 Downhill World Cup Season has been the one we’ve been wanting to follow for years. With the exception of tragically losing Stevie Smith, one of mountain biking’s most loved riders, it’s been a pleasue to follow the series and has been an actual real

The Kona Gravity Team leave Fort William a little worse for wear

The Fort William World Cup track is NOT easy. It’s long, and it demands more physically from the rider than any other track on the circuit. It’s rugged and technical, the changing alpine weather conditions just add a whole other level of variables that lie outside of

Kona’s Gravity Team Joins the Fort William Mega Train to Honor Stevie Smith

After what seems like an eternity since round two in Cairns, the World Cup DH break is finally over and we now get to see our heroes hit the legendary (and long) Fort William track. Well, not all our heroes, Canadian rider Stevie Smith passed

The Curious Race of Joshua Button: New Kona Gravity member rides to 5th in Cairns.

In what’s shaping up to be one of the best UCI Downhill World Cup seasons in years, round two in Cairns yesterday took the excitement for the Aussie fans (and Kona ones) to a whole new level, and it most definitely did not disappoint. The

Connor Fearon Qualifies 9th and Josh Button 15th in Cairns

Following up on his top ten qualifying and finish two weeks ago at round one of the UCI Downhill World Cup in Lourdes, Connor Fearon is back at it this week, this time on home soil and landing himself 9th in qualifications yesterday. After the