When Miranda’s production Process 134 CR frame showed up in our Kona USA HQ a few months back, her team parts kit had already been waiting patiently in a box for the big day. We couldn’t wait to see the complete bike built up. After a short shake down in her home town of Squamish, BC Miranda returned to the PNW for three days of epic bike ripping and a whole bunch of adventuring for our cameras.

Much like her Process 153 this Dream Build is covered in only the best parts from our Gravity Team sponsors, read on to get the full low-down.

The Super Deluxe Ultimate is the one of the few stock items in on Miranda’s Process 134 CR DL
Oh, those Pike Ultimates are also the same forks you also get with the stock 134 CR DL
Things start to change at the headset though with the inclusion of this beautiful Chris King number.
The 134’s chainstay protector is ribbed for silence but also extends past the chain ring for maximum protection.
SRAM XO carbon cranks propel the speedy rig, while a rubber guard protects the downtube from wayward debris
More SRAM XO goodness out the back.
SRAM’s new powerful G@ Ultimate stoppers keep speeds in check.
While a Reverb (with a cable) aids in the uppy/downy department. Deity’s SDG collab Speedtrap saddle keeps things comfy on the climbs.
Rock Shox 1X lever flips the switch. while ODI grips keep Miranda’s hands in place.
You can never have too much Chris King.
You can also never have too much OneUp Components. Mirandas bike sports the new stem, bars and EDC tool.
The bike rolls on Kamloops based WeAreOne hand laid Agent wheels.
The rear of the Process 134 can accommodate chunky rubber, this 2.5″ Maxxis Minion DHF 3C MaxTerra EXO tire slides in with room to spare.
HT’s lightweight T1 pedals transfer the watts!
And Miranda can count those said watts on her stages power meter and cycle computer.