From Bikemag.com: The subtle geometry choices in Kona’s new range of Process bikes mark a tipping point for mountain-bike fit and sizing. Despite being very different than road cycling, mountain bikes are still often designed around the supposition that sizing can be appointed by static fit—one built around a seated rider riding on a fixed plane. The slightly longer front end of the Process provides stability to the bike and inspires confidence at speed, while the short. 40-millimeter stem allows for quick, accurate steering. The incredibly low standover leaves room to move the bike underneath you and a short rear end gives sensitivity and responsiveness. These traits also create incredible traction and comfort while climbing. Read more on Bikemag.com