Unit: Looking for a solid single-speed? For my money, it’s hard to do better than Kona’s Unit. The big 29er wheels roll up and over obstacles with the greatest of ease, maintain momentum (which is everything in singlespeeding) and the Reynolds 520 steel frame is just about perfect. Nope, there’s no suspension fork in the mix, but Kona’s Unit does come equipped with Avid BB7 disc brakes, tubeless-compatible wheels shod with excellent Maxxis rubber. Simple. Well thought out. Proven.

Process 134: We raved about this bike’s higher-priced sibling, but really, the Process 134 embodies the same things we loved about that bike, the heart of which is Kona’s new 6061 aluminum Process frame. Slack angles are mated to a low-slung frame that sports a short rear end, low bottom bracket and longish front-center.

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