My Kona - Ian Schmitt
Ride along with Kona's product manager on their hometown trails...
FIRST IMPRESSIONS AND DETAILS
Riding the 2020 Kona Process 134 CR 29
Intended as a true trail bike, Kona's 2020 Process 134 is much more than just a little brother to the 153. Available in carbon as a 29er and in alloy with 29 or 27.5" wheels.
Cody Kelley Taunts the PNW
Cody's energetic and stylish riding in Bellingham and Orcas Island has us itching for the weekend…
The Sound of Speed with Bryn Atkinson
Cornering carnage through the woods of Washington…
The Enthusiasts: Lacy Kemp & Darrin Seeds
Every community has its cornerstones, the people making forward progression possible. Bellingham, WA, has a thriving mountain bike scene with so many people contributing in every possible way imaginable…
What the Hell is a Chuckanut?
Bryn Atkinson produced this one from start to finish. I still don't know WTF a Chuckanut is, though.
“It rained a day or two beforehand, and trails are in great shape – hero dirt, with the occasional axle deep mudhole…”
Flying Among Giants in the PNW
Mist, massive trees, and endless loam await you in the forest...
Best of 2015 – Jon’s Picks
Jon's list involves places to ride, old buddies and fast new friends up and down the west coast - and some gear...
Home is Where the Loam Is
When you spend your life on the road as a rider, where do you call home?
Kona: The Smallest Biggest Bike Company in the World
“Those employees add layers and polish to the culture the owners molded from frame jigs and late nights and cheap whiskey. And so it is with Kona.”
Kona 2015 Process 134SE
Explore Kona’s shortest-standover trail machine…