Kona Dream Builds: Denny’s N+1 Ti Humuhumu

Minneapolis local Denny Royal, like many of you, is a Kona super fan. And as you may have guessed, this beautiful Ti Humuhumu is not Denny’s only Kona, in fact, it’s the third in his fleet. The Humuhumu sits alongside a Process 153 CR and a Honzo CR DL in his garage and completes his Kona family of bikes.

” I wanted to get myself something for my 50th birthday and this frame came to mind. The plan was to build something unique that I could totally have a blast with, putzing from brewery to brewery or connecting some single track in between said breweries. So with that, I set out to get a hold of one of these frames and build it up with my friends at Behind Bars here in Minneapolis. I tried keeping things pretty light but dependable on the build and this is where we ended up. “

We’ve seen a bunch of these Whiskey No.9 carbon MTB forks on a Few Dream Builds and we still cant get enough of them.

The 100m spaced, 15mm axle is home to a DT Swiss 350 front hub.

Cane Creek’s legendary 40 Series headset hold the Whiskey fork for in place.

Race Face Turbine cranks transfer the watts…

…While an 11 speed Shimano XT derailleur handles shifting dutires out back.

More Shimano XT by way of the brakes.

Slammed

The DT Swiss hubs are laced to WTB KOM rims with Kenda Small Block 8’s front and rear.

Thomson’s X4 80mm stem holds Whisky’s No.9 carbon bars in place.

Thomson’s legendary Elite seatpost is home for a Selle Italia Flite saddle.

And the whole build is finished off with this sexy Whisky bottle cage.