The 2022 Kona Factory Team is ready to take on the world’s most challenging tracks from the technical rocks of the Swiss Alps to North Vancouver’s roots and loam. There may be a little Scottish slop in the mix too.
“I have a lot of things to look forward to for 2022. The season will be structured differently for me and I’m looking forward to some new experiences! In particular, got a pretty fun trip planned with Caleb Holonko to Revolution Bike Park.” – Miranda Miller
Kicking off her third year with Kona is former DH world champion Miranda Miller, she headlines the Factory Team and will take on select 2022 Enduro World Series events, the odd DH race, and even a little gravel as part of a new media-driven program. Caleb Holonko returns as a force on the freeride side of the spectrum, with big projects in the works and a bottomless pool of talent. Rumor has it we may even see him on an EWS start line. The Factory program will also feature a new face in Frenchman Tito Tomasi, who will be bringing his unique mix of art, travel, and adventure to the Factory team.
“I’m really excited to ride some builds I have been working on and explore new riding zones. Cannot wait to send it in 2022!” – Caleb Holonko
“This season is going to be incredible! Bike-wise and in life in general. Of course, I’m excited to go back to Nepal for the different projects we have there. But I’m also super happy to start this story with Kona, the events, the bikes, the media projects! But also my guiding season looks unreal with bikepacking and extreme ebike adventures! But this year I’m also renovating a farm into a base camp and house with a workshop so I just can’t wait. Marin is growing up and we are planning some mini adventures with my favorite human being.” – Tito Tomasi
We’re incredibly excited to watch the Kona Gravity Team crush it all over the world. Whether it be shredding the Sea to Sky, racing Enduro, or getting rowdy in somewhere in the European Alps.