“This year Kona put its nose to the grindstone and cranked out a new gravity range for 2012 that indicates that raw riding enthusiasm is dripping from the veins of Kona’s design staff once again. Kona retains its rocker-link suspension design, but with new leverage rates and shock tunes, up-to-the-moment frame numbers and cockpit spec, what-I-want gearing choices, and frame designs that reflect the present evolution of contemporary all-mountain, park and World Cup riders.” — Richard Cunningham, Pinkbike’s in-house gear guy. Click on the photo to read the full report on Pinkbike.
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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