Kona’s Crankworx Whipoff Operators

Want to check out the Operators the Kona Gravity riders sessioned during the Crankworx Whip-Offs? Kona Gravity riders Caleb Holonko, Graham Agassiz and Connor Fearon all threw down at the hugely popular event on Friday, each riding their own special custom Operator. Scroll down to check out the bikes and see them in action.

North Vancouver local Caleb Holonko is known for his dirt jumping prowess but it’s worth noting that he absolutely kills it on any kind of bike and these monster whips should give you an indication that he knows his way around a DH bike.

SRAM Canada looks after Caleb and has outfitted his 27.5 2017 Operator frame with all the latest goodies, that is with the exception of his WeAreOne carbon Agent wheels and Chromag saddle and cockpit!

As you may have seen or heard on social media, Aggy took a massive slam early in the event and broke his Scapula. He’s already on the mend and the doctors are putting his recovery at around six weeks. You can head to his Instagram and wish him a speedy recovery.

Aggy rode his 2019 27.5 Operator during the Whip-offs. The bike is built up with custom Blackbox Code brakes, and a full SRAM/Rock Shox build. Novatec Wheels keep the bike rolling and the cockpit is all Aggy’s signature Kore components and Sensus grips.

Connor Fearon’s been feeling comfortable on his Operator CR this World Cup Season, he figured it wasn’t worth messing with a good thing, and took the 29″ built Operator CR into the air above the massive Crabapple Hits tables. 

Connor’s Whip-Offs 29″ equipped Operator CR is, in fact, his the exact bike he raced at MSA and the US Open on, and the also the bike he rode to second place in the Canadain Open today. Much like Aggy hes rocking the Gravity Team spec, consisting of parts from SRAM, Rock Shox, Maxxis, MRP, Novatec, Chris King, Kore and ODI.