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Mountain Bike Reviews - Kona Bikes Process 134 DL 29 2020
Mountain Bike Reviews - Kona Bikes Process 134 DL 29 2020
Kona Bikes Process 134 DL 29

There are very few bikes I wish I had bought, but the Process 111 from about 4 years ago has to be one of them. A bike way ahead of its time, it combined short travel with big bike numbers to create a unique and amazing ride. The 111 was forgotten about and Kona continued with the long travel Process…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Kona Bikes Remote 160 2020
Mountain Bike Reviews - Kona Bikes Remote 160 2020
Kona Bikes Remote 160

Kona has built upon the foundations of the Process 153 and created what is effectively an e-MTB version of the popular enduro bike. At first glance, it is easy to see where the comparisons come from with the progressive geometry and slack head angles that the Process is well known for, being evident in the design. There are some slight…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Kona Bikes Process 111 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Kona Bikes Process 111 2016
Kona Bikes Process 111

Kona have been on a winning streak with the Process family since they hit the market. A set of three bikes all looking to do something similar, but with very different style. They all share some forward thinking geometry in the form of long front centres and reach, coupled with slack angles and long wheelbases. These bikes are designed to…

2 weeks ago

Cypress is fast. More laps, more tokens, more pressure, and more pace. It’s a constant game of chase and a song of holler. You’re in…

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1 month ago

An amazingly well filmed video showing some of the incredible scenery and terrain that the vast country of Russia has to offer: The video was…

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2 months ago

Myles Trainer + new Kona Process X + beautiful loamy trails = match made in heaven! Top marks to the drone pilot too!

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3 months ago

Imagine having trails like this on your doorstep! We're very envious of everyone in riding distance of Galbraith Mountain in Washington State, USA. Mohawk was…

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4 months ago

Jake Hood casually swipes through his potential bike matches on Tinder when...wait... what's this? Long, low, slack...STEEL? The Honzo ESD is calling to him. One…

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4 months ago

Product Ian Schmitt walks us through all the tech that makes the Honzo ESD Extra Slack...dude. Also, he walks us through lots of costume changes.

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4 months ago

Myles Trainer works in the Kona Bike Shop as a mechanic. Originally from Vermont, Myles has been migrating west to figure out where he wants…

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8 months ago

Tim Dacosta shares a short and trippy recap of a trip he took with his family last winter. South Utah is a chilled place to…

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8 months ago

Mark Donny Allison is one of the true few Bellingham locals that makes up the Kona family. Born and raised in Kona's hometown, Donny has…

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10 months ago

Monster Energy brings us their latest video series that aims to delve deep into what goes on behind the scenes with some of the worlds…

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10 months ago

Ian Schmitt is Kona's lead product manager. He's the driving force behind some of their most successful bikes, a father to a cat named Cheddar,…

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12 months ago

Whether smashing mud puddles on your Jake, fat biking on your Woo, cruising sunny coastlines on your Rove, or crushing singletrack aboard your Process, we…

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Issue 62

New bikes from Marin, Kona and Kinesis have kept us busy this month while we take a look at some wheel upgrades, a new nine-speed drivetrain from Box and some brakes from TRP.

12 months ago
Issue 61

Brand new bikes from YT, Kona and Merida are on test, plus Ewen says goodbye to his Marin Alpine Trail long termer. We get clean with Muc-Off’s new jet washer and try to find a bike that can keep up with MRPs new Ribbon SL suspension fork.

1 year ago
Issue 61

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

1 year ago
Issue 60

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

1 year ago
Issue 59

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

1 year ago
Issue 57

Ben Gerrish heads to BC to check out the legendary trail network of Revelstoke to see if the rumours are true. Big mountains, awesome trails and a community of like-minded mountain bikers makes for a superb destination to explore.

2 years ago
Issue 45

The youth these days, really? They are all making us look bad on a bike, and Kenzie Nevard is no exception. Going bigger and faster every year, the future is looking bright for this young gun, so we caught up with him (not literally) for a chat.

4 years ago
Issue 43

This issue we have a big hitter from Cube, a short travel 29er ripper from Kona and a women's specific trail bike from Canyon. We also have the updated Durolux fork from Suntour, Spank's new wider wheels and some high-tech eyewear from Adidas.

4 years ago
Issue 42

Full suspension trail and Enduro bikes from Polygon, KTM, Scott and NS are put through their paces, alongside a classic steel hardtail from Onza. The new pro 4 wheelset from Hope is put through the mill and we find out if Manitou's Mattoc forks can compete with the big boys.

4 years ago

One of the world's original mountain bike companies, still rider owned and operated. Visit us at Started in 1988, the Kona Bicycle Co. is an independent bike company that makes more than 60 models of bikes, each designed with a specific rider and style in mind. Do it right. 1988 Sport & recreation £££

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