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Do Not Drink Water – Graham Agassiz and Soren Farenholtz Ride the New Shonky ST

Although the Shonky first appeared in the Kona lineup back in 2009, dirt jump hardtails have been part of our legacy for over two decades, during which time they’ve been pushed to the limit by the biggest names in freeride history. For 2019, the Shonky

Connor Fearon Battles Flat Tire at World Champs

The 2018 downhill season has reached its end, but not without an incredible finale. The pinnacle event- World Championships- was held in the stunning mountain village of Lenzerheide, Switzerland this past Sunday. Kona’s Connor Fearon was on a tear in qualifying, with an incredible third

Cross is Coming Part 4: We Like to Party!

Cross is still on its way… and that means one thing for sure. PARTY TIME. While some folks

Kona Dream Builds: Austin’s RAD 2019 Process 153 CR 29

As rad as our stock build on the new 2019 Kona Process 153 CR DL 29 is, it was never going to take long before someone went and swapped out a few parts to turn it into their personal Dream Build. It looks like Austin

Tristan Lemire Scores Air DH Youth Win While Connor Fearon Slides into the Top Ten

Fresh of his Junior win at the US Open just two weeks ago, Quebec based wunderkind Tristan Lemire again found himself on the top step, this time in the 13-14 youth category of the Air DH on Airline yesterday. His time was fast enough to

Scott Countryman’s 2018 Trans BC Diary

Day one – Rossland Today turned out to be a repeat from the last time I did the Trans BC two years ago. I wanted to go all in since I had some familiarity with the trail, but know I need to play the long

NSMB Reviews the Kona Wah Wah PP “They take an absolute sh*t-kicking, and only cost 60 USD.”

“These Kona Wah Wah 2 composite pedals have a massive but very thin 120mm x 118mm body, spin

Alexander Kangas Finishes Top 25 at EWS Round Three in Montagnes du Caroux, France

Kona Global Enduro Team rider Alexander Kangas recently competed in the third round of the Enduro World Series in Montagnes du Caroux, France. He had a strong weekend and finished in 23rd place overall. Check out his race report below. Another World Enduro is in the

Kona Dream Builds: Alexander Kangas’ Ohlins equipped G2 Process

Swedish-based Alexander Kangas has been riding for Kona since 2015 and for the last couple of years, he’s been attacking the EWS full time as a privateer with little to no mechanical support. He’s racked up some solid results over this time, most notably in Millau,

Fat-Bike.com reviews the new Kona Alloy Wah Wah Pedals “The Wah Wahs performed flawlessly”

“When I ride I like to “dance” around with my foot placement.  Depending on what the terrain is doing I’ll move my feet all over, especially in corners or on descents.  The Wah Wahs gave me plenty of room to do that with plenty of options and

Peloton Reviews the Zone LTD “We loved the Zone LTD from the moment we turned the pedals.”

“Lines blur and smiles emerge. We loved the Zone LTD from the moment we turned the pedals. It’s a well-balanced, comfortable and stable ride.” Peloton reviewed the Zone Ltd in their recent Classics issue, we really could not have described the Zone Ltd better, the Peloton crew clearly

Imaginary Domination Under the Eye of Stravaman

After suffering a mishap 15-miles in to a 54-mile day, Adventure Team rider Spencer Paxson shares his experience