Today is a very special day. Why? Because today you get to check out our replica Kona Gravity Team Edition bikes. These two custom painted Process CR DL’s are built exactly the way that Miranda Miller and Rhys Verner raced them in Zermatt, Switzerland at the final round of the EWS this year, and on Monday November 4th (that’s next Monday), one of these two head-turning race-ready steeds could be yours! The sale will take place over on Konaworld.com. I’d say it’s time to talk to your bank manager and/or better half and get that credit card ready to make one of these pieces of history your own. Anyone anywhere can buy one of the two bikes, but the bikes will ONLY ship to a CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES ADDRESS (the lower 48). Alternatively, the bikes will also be available for pick up from the Kona Bike Shop in Bellingham, WA. BUY IT HERE NOW
We know what it takes to create a bike built for speed. The team replica Process 153 CR DL 29 spares absolutely no expense. Tested and raced by Miranda Miller, Rhys Verner and Connor Fearon across the EWS circuit, this Process brings a top-of-the-line build ready to take podiums. A SRAM Eagle AXS wireless drivetrain and dropper post, Code RSC brakes, and X01 Eagle cranks sit aboard our gorgeous Boxxer red carbon frame. RockShox provides the perfect suspension set up with their Lyrik RC2 Charger 2.1 Debonair 170mm fork and the Super Deluxe Ultimate Trunnion rear shock with 153mm of travel. We Are One’s rims wrapped in Maxxis rubber are spinning on Chris King ISO hubs. The coolest cockpit in the game is provided by OneUp Components and Chris King. A OneUp carbon bar and EDC stem are complemented by their EDC tool system and pump so you’re ready for any situation. The cockpit is rounded out by the smooth-as-silk Chris King Inset 2 headset and ODI Elite Pro lock-on grips. Pedals? Yeah, we’ve got those too. In fact, we’re giving you both the HT AE05 flat and HT X2 Clipless pedals to make sure you get exactly what you’re looking for. Ready to go fast? So is this bike. You’re a match made in heaven.
SRAM XO cranks, a 32t ring, and a OneUp Components chain guide keeps the XO Eagle chain in place and transferring those watts!
SRAM’s wireless AXS XO1 rear derailleur, does it get any better?
The Boxxer red 170mm Lyrik Ultimate RC2 Charger 2.1 Debonair keeps the front end tracking true.
Out back you’ll find the RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate.
Both front and rear wheels are handbuilt from the ground up on Chris King ISO hubs.
The hubs are laced to WeAreOne The Union rims. The whole package is shod with Maxxis Minion DHR and DHF tires..
The bike is built to go fast, but when you need to throw that stylish Scandi in front of the crowds, you’ll be stoked to know that the SRAM’s Code RSC brakes are there to help.
Oh yeah, that’s a SRAM 220mm rotor up front!
SRAM Code RSC levers.
There are three less cables up front thanks to SRAM’s wireless AXS controllers..
The AXS Reverb is responsible for eliminating one of those cables.
The cockpit comes courtesy of OneUp Components and features their compliant 800mm carbon bar, their EDC integrated stem and of course an EDC tool.
There’s no such thing as too much Chris King.
Both bikes come with a set of flat HT AE05 pedals and a set of HT X2 clipless pedals.
Deity’s Speedtrap saddle keeps your derriere pampered.
ODI Elite Pro Lock-On grips with custom Kona Team collars ensure, gloved or not, your hands will stay put.
It’s the little things that matter. Like Deity’s Circut seat clamp.
Front and rear wheels are set up complete with Cush Core valves and rim protectors..
And just like the team, your bike will come complete with a team-issue Purist bottle, a OneUp EDC pump and Blackburn cage.
The build is completed with a sweet silver Marsh Guard.