From Bike: When Kona announced its redesigned Process bikes in 2013, we knew it was a turning point in mountain bike design. The new bikes featured longer top tubes paired with shorter stems. They also had uber-short rear ends, and were purpose-built for dropper posts. This year’s Process 111 is the big-wheeled bike in the lineup, and it’s a much more capable rig than its 111-milimeters of rear suspension suggests. The geometry chart pretty much guarantees that this thing is going to be a blast to ride, but how did our testers get on with the 111′s suspension and componentry? Watch the review video to find out. Read more