Remote

Bike Packing Tip: Making Your Own Handlebar Harness

Bikepacking isn’t new, but it’s certainly growing in popularity. We’ve shared our love of bikepacking with our Not Too Far From Home Videos and the with the launch of our Remote eBike.  If you’ve been considering dabbling in bikepacking, one of the more creative aspects to consider is how you’re going to carry all of your gear. A while back Bicycle Times Magazine posted a really clever DIY handlebar harness for your gear. They used a Hei Hei Trail DL in their write-up, but we offer a ton of bikes that are awesome for bikepacking. Check out the link to learn howto make your very own handlebar harness with only a couple dollars and a few supplies.

 

Considering venturing out on a bikepacking adventure? Be sure to check out the Unit, Unit X, Rove LTD, Big Honzo, Remote, or a Sutra LTD.

Tu valvula de escape, tu escondite, Tu remote

El lugar en el añoras estar toda la semana y hacia donde estás siempre intentando escapar, aunque sea por el día. La Kona Remote es la bici que te llevará ahí.

Seas un pescador, amante del aire libre, o ciclista entusiasta, la Remote te puede llevar hasta donde tu quieres ir, y rápidamente. Es una bici muy capaz, trae el sistema de asistencia eléctrica Bosch Performance CX tope de línea. Equipamos a la Remote con la pantalla compacta Intuvia, una batería de alta capacidad (500wh) y un candado reconfigurable Abus para la batería.

Con el portabultos hechos en EEUU marca Old Man Mountain, puedes agregar accesorios para transportar prácticamente todo lo que se te ocurra. Las marchas amplias SRAM 1x11v y los frenos Level T son garantía de que estarás feliz tanto subiendo como bajando. La Remote es una herramienta para darte acceso, y se adapta a tus necesidades. Súbete a una, y encuentra tu Remote.

Obtén la información precisa: Trevor Porter, Product Manager Kona, habla sobre la Remote.

Kona Remote en configuración Europea con neumáticos 29×2,4”

 

 

European Kona Remote with 29 x 2.4″ tires

 

Detalles de la Kona Remote




















Encontrando a Remote con Graham Agassiz y Matt Stevens

Qué es exactamente, esto de “Remote”. Bueno, eso depende de ti. Para el miembro del Kona Gravity Team, Graham Agassiz, y para el pescador aficionado oficial de Kona Canada, Matt Stevens, Remote es pesca con mosca. Por eso, hicieron un plan, empacaron sus Remote, y se juntaron en Lytton, British Columbia, para emprender el viaje hacia su escondite favorito. Equipados para pescar y acampar, y con la vital compañía de Autumn, marcharon hacia la acción.

 

Ve la historia del  video y la galería de fotos de  “Finding Remote” aquí.

Para los detalles acerca de la Remote, ve a Konaworld.com y visita la página de Remote en el apartado de Innovaciones.

The Kona Demo Tour is Back on the Road with New 2018 Bikes!

The fall swing of the Kona Demo Tour gets started next week! Want to swing a leg over a new 2018 Kona, including the all-new Process G2, Remote, and Rove NRB?

Your first chance is this upcoming Wednesday, September 13th at Sun Mountain in Winthrop, Washington! Meet up with us at the Chickadee parking lot to swing your leg over a great selection of our 2018 models. For more info see the flyer below or hit up Methow Cycle Sport.

For further demo dates, check out our Demo Tour page as well as the Kona Facebook Events page.

Finding Remote with Graham Agassiz and Matt Stevens

Finding Remote

Your escape. Your secret stash. Your remote. The place you long to be all week, and can’t wait to head out to, even if just for the day. The Kona Remote is the bike to get you there.

What exactly is remote? Well that’s really up to you. For Kona Gravity team rider Graham Agassiz and Kona Canada’s resident fishing enthusiast Matt Stevens, that thing is fly fishing. So, they made a plan, packed up their Remotes, and converged in Lytton, British Columbia to head to their own secret stash. Prepped with fishing and camping gear, Matt’s fishing kayak, and Aggy’s dog Autumn, they headed straight for the goods.
















Find Your Remote

Whether you’re a fisherman, an outdoorsman, or a recreational enthusiast, the Remote can take you where you want to go and get you there quickly. It’s a capable mountain bike with Bosch’s top end Performance Line CX pedal assist system. We equipped the Remote with Bosch’s compact Intuvia display, high capacity 500 watt Power Pack, and a re-keyable Abus Plus battery lock.

With the made-in-the-USA Old Man Mountain rack, you can add accessories to carry just about anything you can think of. The wide range SRAM 1×11 drivetrain and Level T brakes ensure you’ll be happy going both uphill or down. The Remote is an access tool, adaptable to your needs. Swing a leg over one, and find your remote.

The Remote is one of three Bosch-equipped pedal assist bikes in the Kona lineup this year. Get the details on the Remote from Kona Product Manager Trevor Porter:

Kona Remote – North America

 

Kona Remote – Europe

 

Head to Konaworld.com for all the details on the Remote.

Introducing the All New Kona Remote with Bosch Pedal Assist

Your escape. Your secret stash. Your remote. The place you long to be all week, and can’t wait to head out to, even if just for the day. The Kona Remote is the bike to get you there.

Whether you’re a fisherman, an outdoorsman, or a recreational enthusiast, the Remote can take you where you want to go and get you there quickly. It’s a capable mountain bike with Bosch’s top end Performance Line CX pedal assist system. We equipped the Remote with Bosch’s compact Intuvia display, high capacity 500 watt Power Pack, and a re-keyable Abus Plus battery lock.

With the made-in-the-USA Old Man Mountain rack, you can add accessories to carry just about anything you can think of. The wide range SRAM 1×11 drivetrain and Level T brakes ensure you’ll be happy going both uphill or down. The Remote is an access tool, adaptable to your needs. Swing a leg over one, and find your remote.

Get the details on the Remote from Kona Product Manager Trevor Porter:

North American Kona Remote with 27.5 x 3.0″ tires

 

 

European Kona Remote with 29 x 2.4″ tires

 

Remote Details




















Finding Remote with Graham Agassiz and Matt Stevens

What exactly is remote? Well that’s really up to you. For Kona Gravity team rider Graham Agassiz and Kona Canada’s resident fishing enthusiast Matt Stevens, that thing is fly fishing. So, they made a plan, packed up their Remotes, and converged in Lytton, British Columbia to head to their own secret stash. Prepped with fishing and camping gear, Matt’s fishing kayak, and Aggy’s dog Autumn, they headed straight for the goods.

Check out the full Finding Remote story and photo gallery here.

For all the details on the Remote, head over to Konaworld.com, and check out the technical details on the Remote Innovation page.