“The geometry complemented the suspension well, giving the Process a planted, balanced feel on descents while still allowing this enduro-minded workhorse to power up ridiculously steep European access roads, mostly populated by goats and the odd all-terrain farming vehicle.”

Mountain Flyer Magazine has just posted up Louise Lintilhac’s full review of the Kona Process 153 CR DL 27.5. 

“Kona lives up to its reputation for building strong, durable bikes that deliver a solid all-around experience. In a world of hyper-specialization and niche bikes, it’s nice to ride something that can potentially please the masses, from the technical trails of its North Shore home to the drifty singletrack in Spain’s Sierra Nevada Mountains.”

You can check out the full review as a PDF HERE.