Gary Halsey is the owner at Pedal Driven in Sanford, Florida, like most bike shop owners who ride, he’s built his fair share of Kona Dream Builds. His latest build is this truly epic Process 134 CR and we think you’ll be just as stoked with it as we are.

Garry has gone for a full SRAM drivetrain with a SRAM XO1 shifter and derailleur, and a XX1 cassette, and a Truvativ Descendant carbon cranks with a 34t chainring.

For wheels, he’s opted for an Ethirteen TRSr Race Carbon wheelset with Vittoria tires, a Mazza 29×26 up front and Vittoria Martello 29×2.35 out the back.

Suspension is a Fox affair with a 160mm Fox Factory Fit 4 fork and a Fox Factory Float X.

Up in the cockpit, you’ll find a whole bunch of color-matched Deity components. It kicks off with a 50mm Deity Copperhead stem, a carbon Deity Speedway bar, and a set of Deity Supracush grips. All of that spins on a Cane Creek Hellbender 70 headset.

The stoppers are CNC works of art from Hope ( Hope Tech3 E4’s if you wanna know).

The build is finished off with a set of Deity Tmac pedals, a Wheels Manufacturing PF92 bottom bracket a Rock Shox Reverb dropper post and a WTB Volt saddle.