From Mountain Bike Action: There seems to be an unwritten mountain biking law that says if you ride a Kona with over 4 inches of travel, you are expected—no, required—to abuse it beyond reason. Kona owners expect their steeds to be tougher than they are, and complaining or whining is not tolerated. Kona seems to understand this better than anyone (maybe they wrote the unwritten law), and the all-new Process is built to keep the Kona loyalists happy—and hopefully welcome a bunch of new loyalists. Read the full review by clicking the image on the left.
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“The Hei Hei delivers what I DO want in a XC bike - awesome pedaling characteristics and fun, playful handling.” @bikemag’s Hei Hei first ride review is online now! Click on the link in our profile for Mike… https://www.instagram.com/p/B_BFMlPhPTj/?igshid=13xcv0mpanm9g
Self filmed and edited Kona Ambassador Ben Gerrish (@HDDNMedia) brings you D E T A C H E D, a simple take on solitary riding. #KonaBikes #KonaProcess #KonaAmbassadors https://www.instagram.com/p/B-xoY25j5F2/?igshid=ec5z9gkayuji
Parlty inspired by Logan Watts (@bikepackingcom) epic Sutra Ltd build, Paulo’s (crankngrind) new Sutra Ltd is thing of understated beauty. Content with many of the bikes stock parts he’s customized the cockpit and… https://www.instagram.com/p/B-xbVPsD11c/?igshid=qiwdfypr3035