Jason from Chainline Bikes has been responsible for some of the most extravagant Dream Builds we’ve posted on the Kona Cog… If you need a little refresher check out Fez and and this epic Libre CR. Yesterday his latest creation showed up in our inbox and this Process 134 is nothing short of insane. Lets dive in.
Kicking things off is a drive train that leaves nothing wanting. Shifting comes coutesy of a wireless SRAM AXS X01 rear derailleur. The cassete is SRAM’s new Lunar XX1 10-52 in rainbow/oil slick finish with a X01 chain.
And it would it really be a Chainline build without a little titanium? Jason’s 134 Supreme frame looks amzing with the Cane Creek eWings titanium cranks set and the DMR oil slick Vault pedals complete the drive train in style.
All of our Process bikes will accept coil shocks and Jason has opted to swap out the provided Super Deluxe for a Push Industries Eleven Six rear shock.
The front end of the bike is built around 150mm Lyrik Ultimate. The handlebar is an ENVE M6 mounted on a Industry Nine stem.
Cane Creek’s bullet proof 110 headset keeps the bike pointed in the right direction even in the worst condidtions.
The bike rolls on Onyx hubs laced to ENVE M7 rims. The wheels are shod in Maxxis rubber with a 2.5 Aggressor out back and a 2.6″ Assegai up front. The build is completed with a AXS SRAM 175mm Reverb, Ergon GD1 Evo Factory grips and a set of Hayes Dominion A4 brakes.