reviews

Rove DL Named a Top Commuter Choice for Price in Road.CC

In a recent post, Road.cc named the Rove DL a top choice for commuting in their Cycle to Work program in the UK. This program helps people find great commuter bikes for a decent price, even providing a tax exemption in the process.

“The Cycle to Work scheme is a government tax exemption that’s offered through an employer, allowing you to save money on a bike and equipment. The maximum value for the vast majority of participants is £1,000, so that’s the top price of bikes included in this category.”

The Rove DL was selected as a top choice for its stability and handling in variable conditions. The Kona covers ground quickly and is quite a pleasure to ride on the tarmac. In the middle of winter when there is mud on the roads, loads of water and maybe even a bit of snow, the Rove just feels planted and confidence-inspiring.

You can read more about why the Rove DL was selected and the Cycle to Work scheme here.

Bicycling Magazine Loves the Process

“Whether you’re on slow technical trails or high-speed terrain littered with loose, rocky ruts, the 153 is predictable, balanced, and easy to control.”

-Daniel Sapp, Bicycling Magazine

This week Bicycling listed seven reasons why they love the Kona Process! We think it’s pretty great too, but we may be a little biased. Check out their full list here

If you haven’t seen our videos featuring the Process, be sure to check them out!

 

Ali and Hannah absolutely shredding on the Process 153 CR.

A little love from the Alps!

Squamish riding at its finest!

Kona Process 153 CR DL Named a Bike Mag Bible Top Pick!

Bike Magazine has released their 2018 Bible of Bike Tests, one of the most comprehensive mountain bike tests in the world, and has named the Kona Process 153 CR DL as a top choice. Gear Editor and tester Travis Engel makes it no secret that he’s a lover of 29ers in his normal routine, so his selection of the Process for his top pick makes it an awesome surprise.

Writer and tester Jonathan Weber had this to say about the tester’s overall impression of the Process CR DL: “Our testers were enamored with this bike. One’s first impression was of a very neutral, balanced-feeling all-mountain bike. Another remarked that it felt like a downhill bike, and really came alive when the trail turned steeply, chunkily downward. All three were impressed by its climbing characteristics. Another highlighted how fun the Process is, even on less-technical or slower sections of trail.

 

Check out the full review of the Process CR DL here!