Filmmaker Robin Vandenbergh is something of a Ferrari fan. He’s also a bit of a Kona fan. He recently combined his two loves and went about turning his Process 111 into an ode to the infamous 1969 Ferrari 312p driven by such motor racing greats as Kiwi Chris Amon and Mario Andretti. The changes to the frame are subtle but classy, and that head tube logo is nothing short of amazing.
The bike itself has had a little bit of customizing over the years: The bike rolls on a nice set of Hope hoops shod with Michelin and Onza rubber, and an oval chainring is kept in place with a OneUp chain guide.