Waterbury, Vermont local Mattie Mandigo says that her Process 153 CR DL 29 is aesthetically pleasing. Who are we to disagree.  She has been a Kona owner her whole life and it was love at first sight when she first laid eyes on the 2020 frame. “I built this bike to shred all the beautiful trails in my home state of Vermont and beyond. My goal was to create a super-functional and aesthetically pleasing bike. I’m very happy with the outcome!”

Maddie’s build is rocking a full Deore XT drive train (because Shimano) with Deity pedals.

Up front you’ll find some custom stickered Rock Shox Lyrik’s and the stock Super Deluxe sock out the back. 

The handle bare and stem are from Deity and are a Black Label and Copperhead respectively. 

The hoops are Industry Nine Hydra hubs laced to Stan’s Flow MK3’s with custom purple decals.

Mattie’s very dreamy build is topped off with a PNW Components Bachelor dropper post. Aesthetically pleasing is an understatement.