Women Ambassadors

Dr. Seuss Meets Travel by Bike

Kona Ambassador Ryan Lindsey Bartz put together this whimsical little poetic video about her world travels and what it takes to truly find yourself when traveling by bike.

Lost and Found: An Ode to My Honzo

Words by Ambassador Delia Massey. Photos by Kinsey Smith. What do you do when your Process 153 is in the shop for a few weeks, but it’s the perfect time of year for big alpine adventure rides? You throw some Minions on your Honzo and

Finding Winter In The Sierra Nevadas

Words by Ambassador Becky Gardner. They say the only constant in life is change, and the seasons are the perfect reminder of this. Once we get all cozy and comfy with one season the weather quickly rips the rug out from under us reminding us

My Kona: Lacy Kemp

Everyone knows Bellingham is a pretty sweet place to ride a bike. But, it’s also a pretty sweet place to live out your trail dog retirement life. Kona Communications Manager Lacy Kemp has an old dog named Roscoe. In his heyday, Roscoe was the epitome

Time Travel Through the Olympic Peninsula

Words and Images by ambassador Lita Monaghan. I recently embarked on a multi-day bike ride with an amazing group of women cyclists, as well as my husband, “The Eric,” who provided luxury SAG during the ride.  The route took us not only on a tour

Lost and Found in the Mountains of Madrid

Words and photos by Ambassador Clara Cendoya Ibanez Yuhuuu!! Warm time, rain, mud party!!  It is a shame

Time to Travel: A Rad Bike Adventure

Kona Ambassador Ryan Lindsay Bartz has been on an around-the-world adventure aboard her Sutra. she put together this cool little video of some of her favorite places she’s been so far. “The first 6 months of a trip around the world consolidated into 3 minutes.

Ottawa Midsummer Solo Bikepacking Trip

Words and photos by Ambassador Sandra Beaubien. For the last couple of years, I had a trip idea floating around in my brain.  One of those trips that I thought might be too ambitious for my fitness level and experience, but this summer I finally

Recapping Northstar with Hannah Bergemann

Everything I’d heard about Tahoe riding was dust, rocks, and more dust. The high-altitude trails are buried in snow all winter and then emerge into moondust throughout the summer. We flew from Bellingham a few days before training started to acclimate and familiarize ourselves with

Reliving the Future

A fictional story inspired by the theft of my dear friend’s Kona Humu, and the joy of klunking. –Shae James, Kona Ambassador I am supposed to be holding one endless circle of hardened chain, a symbol of trust. It is supposed to be looped through

Time to Travel!

Words by Ambassador Clara Cendoya Ibanez. Photos by Fernando Calle Prieto.   And it happens!! Summer holidays are here

Clara’s Longest Day

Words by Kona Ambassador Clara Cendoya Ibáñez. Photos by Fernando Calle Prieto.  It is Summertime! I love the