You're in full lycra glory as you line up for Saturday morning's cross-country race, but Sunday afternoon is all about baggies, friends, and probably a beer or two. Kona's Hei Hei Supreme makes the transition as easily as you do. The Race Light Carbon frame features a RockShox Monarch XX shock for 100mm of efficient, traction-loving travel. A 120mm-travel RockShox RS-1 fork ensures precise steering, small bump compliance, and a love for those bigger bumps. 29-inch WTB carbon Ci31 wheels offer instant acceleration, will hold their speed, and are tough enough for rowdy, rock-filled descents. SRAM's 12-speed Eagle drivetrain gives you quick, solid shifting and a gear-range that's ready for the steepest grades and the fastest sprints. A big engine needs powerful brakes, so Kona hooked it up with SRAM's Guise RSCs for all the control and modulation you could ask for. A RockShox Reverb dropper post and stiff, wide RaceFace cockpit give you an edge on your competition and extra fun all around.
When your destination is the podium and the journey to get there is a gnarled, technical test of cross-country skill, fitness, and sheer guts, you’ll be glad you’re on Kona’s Hei Hei Supreme. Its Race Light Carbon frame and Fox Float DPS Factory shock keep you and the bike light enough to float over the rough stuff while passing racers on the climbs. A stiff Fox 32 Float SC Factory fork ensures precise steering and efficient traction through rock gardens. WTB provides stiff, lightweight carbon Ci24 rims, and Kona wraps them in Maxxis Pace rubber, so you'll rip and grip with minimal weight. SRAM's 12-speed Eagle drivetrain, with its 10-50T cassette, performs flawlessly as you fly up and down the course. SRAM's Level Ultimate brakes will help you keep the speed in check with smooth modulation and solid reliability. Same race distance divided by a higher average speed equals…well, you do the math.
The Zone LTD holds nothing back. Each and every piece has been selected to create the ultimate endurance road bike. From the SRAM Red eTap HRD electronic drivetrain with hydraulic discs to the Easton EC90 cockpit to the Mavic All Road Pro wheels wrapped in Challenge Paris-Roubaix open tubulars, Kona spared no expense so you won’t have to worry about a single thing.
Kona's unrelenting pursuit to push the limits of what their bikes can do and where they can go resulted in the all-carbon Hei Hei Trail DL. Kona wanted to squeeze every last drop of speed and travel they could out of the Fuse Independent Suspension design, so they tweaked the geometry, slapped in 27.5-inch wheels and upped it to 140mm of trail-gobbling travel. This carbon frame rocks a RockShox Deluxe RL shock and RockShox Pike RC fork so you can hit the big line with confidence. Carbon WTB rims spin around Hope hubs and keep your Maxxis tires glued to the corners. The SRAM GX Eagle groupset delivers a 12-speed drivetrain that offers flawless shifting. SRAM Guide R brakes give you the confidence and control to ride loose and take chances. A wide 35mm bar from Kona gives you point-and-shoot steering, while the RockShox Reverb dropper post lets you pin it in attack mode.
You want a bike that goes up efficiently and still descends like an animal. One that you don’t have to worry about flipping switches on just to continue your ride. Evolved from its predecessor’s highly-regarded descending characteristics, the all new carbon Process 153 is stiff, smooth, and an absolute rocket. SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain and Guide RSC brakes, a RockShox Lyrik RCT3 fork, and Super Deluxe RCT shock, and tubeless-ready 3C Maxxis Minions leave nothing to be desired. Except another lap, of course.
Kona's Honza CR Race is what a cross-country hardtail should be: light, fast, and aggressive. The full carbon frame has short chain stays that deliver more power and a stiff front end for precise steering. A RockShox RS-1 fork up front eats up 120mm of chunk and chatter while you nail your line and float to victory. WTB's 29-inch KOM rims and fast Maxxis Ikon EXO tires will have you passing competitors on the both the ups and the downs. A SRAM X01 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain will help you crank out a lead, while the Level TLM brakes offer dialed control. With the Honzo CR Race, going quick and getting rad is always a guarantee.
Lap after lap, you’re getting after it all day. From your local hill, to days in the bike park, to the Enduro World Series, you want a bike that balances outstanding descending capability with pedaling efficiency — with the all new carbon Process 153, you get both. SRAM Eagle drivetrain and Guide brakes, RockShox Lyrik fork and Super Deluxe shock, and tubeless-ready 3C Maxxis Minions on wide WTB rims make the Process 153 CR your one bike.
Hitting rock bottom has never been this fun. Your race to the base of the mountain is going to get significantly faster on Kona’s Operator DL. Go big with the confidence you get from 200mm of front and rear travel, courtesy of a RockShox Super Deluxe out back and legendary BoXXer up front. You’ll maintain all the maneuverability you need while adding the rollover capability that comes from 27.5-inch wheels, so you can steamroll techy sections that would otherwise rob you of momentum. Mavic rims bring a long tradition of strength and innovation to the notorious, wheel-destroying DH scene, keeping your Maxxis Minion DHFs rolling true and digging hard to rail corners with predictable stability and enhanced bite. Crank ‘er up with SRAM's Descendant crankset, MRP chain guide, and SRAM GX 7-speed DH drivetrain, a purpose-built hybrid setup to get you straight to the bottom as fast as possible with precision and reliability. And, to keep you on course, SRAM Code R brakes provide the raw power to keep things under control so you’ll never second-guess the hard line. Operator DL will get you as far as equipment can, the courage and stamina is up to you.
You can’t wait to get to the weekend, so the recon done on after-work rides can turn into all-day epics. The Hei Hei CR/DL is your ticket to long days spent putting distance and elevation behind you. Its carbon frame and RockShox Monarch RL shock give you 100mm of rear travel, while a 120mm-travel RockShox Reba RL fork floats across rock gardens. The wide, lightweight 29-inch WTB wheels fly up climbs and optimize the traction of the Maxxis Ardent and Ikon tires so you can fly through the flow and grip with confidence in loose corners. SRAM GX Eagle serves up 12 nicely spaced speeds with outstanding 1x chain retention. SRAM also provides hydraulic brakes that deliver the well-modulated braking you need to carry more speed more of the time. With the stiff 35mm Kona controls and a Rockshox Reverb dropper post, you'll blow right past your buddy's fastest Strava time.
Kona's Hei Hei Race DL 29 is built to handle modern, technically demanding cross-country courses, while retaining the capability of a trail bike that begs for long days in the saddle. The Race Light Carbon frame features a Fox Float DPS shock for 100mm of efficient travel. A matching Fox 32 Float Performance fork keeps you on point and glued to the ground through rocks, roots, and loose corners. WTB's KOM 29er rims fight above their weight so you can push through jagged rock gardens and crank past other riders on the climbs, while Maxxis Pace tires offer speed and traction. To ensure you have the gearing to do just that, Hei Hei DL serves up a wide-ranging 12-speed SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain with a SRAM Descendant crank—everything you need to conquer the race course or that coveted Strava KOM. More speed, more fun, more Hei Hei.
It’s one of the fastest trail bikes you’re likely to find. Kona’s Hei Hei Trail doles out 140mm of front and rear travel to turn your favorite trails into new experiences altogether. The Race Light Carbon frame rocks a RockShox Deluxe RL Trunnion shock to soak up all the chunk in your path, yet remains efficient so you can pedal back up for round two. RockShox's Revelation RC fork lets you crank up the mountain, chuck back down, and repeat. Tubeless-ready WTB rims support Maxxis EXO tires, which beg you to lean that bike over hard. Thanks to RaceFace and Shimano, you get a reliable, well-spaced 11-speed drivetrain, precisely controlled by an XT derailleur and SLX shifter that rip through the gears as you find new ways to rally on two wheels. SLX brakes let you rock hard into the corners by boosting your braking confidence. And, keeping it fun is what Kona’s all about, so they spec’d the Hei Hei Trail with a RockShox Reverb dropper post for a versatile and playful ride.
You like to get off the beaten path, and the Remote enables you to go even further. The Remote’s Bosch Performance Line CX motor with 500w battery and Purion display provides class-leading power to access your secret stash or local singletrack, while its RockShox Recon fork and 3-inch Maxxis Chronicle tires make easy work of chunky terrain. The Old Man Mountain rack gives you the capability to add accessories for your needs — so whether you’re a trail builder, a fisherman, or a hunter, the Remote will allow you to get out there quickly and spend more time doing what you love.
Full squish bikes may get all the attention these days, but nothing compares to riding a hardtail on the trail, and the Honzo CR Trail DL is perhaps the one bike that can steal the limelight. Its aggressive stance, nimble-handling carbon frame and mischievous attitude are characteristics that were born on Pacific Northwest trails, from the days when the ride was all about playing and having fun, even when things turned burly. A RockShox Pike RC Solo Air fork eats up 120mm of chunk and chatter while you nail your line. WTB's wide, Asym i29 29-inch rims and aggressive Maxxis Minion/Ardent tires roll with speed and hook up in loose, rocky conditions. The Shimano XT 11-speed drivetrain effortlessly gets you to the top, while the Shimano SLX hydraulic brakes offer smooth, easy modulation. Kona added a KS dropper post to expand the bike’s capabilities even further, while maintaining its clean lines. Ride for fun, ride for glory, ride Honzo.
What does your ideal bike day look like? Lots of descending? Maybe a few laps with your buds followed up with some brews on the tailgate? With 165mm of rear wheel travel controlled by a RockShox Super Deluxe coil shock and a 170mm Lyrik RC fork, 12-speed SRAM Eagle, a KS Lev Integra dropper and tubeless-ready 3C Maxxis DoubleDown DHF tires, the Process 165 bridges the gap between the Process 153 and the World Cup-proven Operator. Point it downhill and keep it zesty.
Straight to the races with this one. An all new full carbon frame and fork with flat mount disc brakes, thru-axles front and rear, and fender mounts is the foundation for this year’s Jake series. The Super Jake is the cream of the crop with a SRAM Force 1x drivetrain, hydraulic discs, and Clement tubeless-ready wheels and tires. Whether your sights are set on the ‘cross podium or the all day gravel epic, the Super Jake will get you there.
You know your local trails like the back of your hand. With the same suspension kinematics and pedaling efficiency as its carbon stablemate, and a more wallet-friendly aluminum frame and parts spec, the Process 153 AL/DL is your all-day, every-day gravity sled. A SRAM Eagle 1x12 drivetrain, 160mm RockShox Yari fork and Deluxe shock, Reverb dropper, and tubeless-ready 3C Maxxis Minions show you this bike’s ready to shred.
You asked for it, and you got it. A 29-inch-wheeled Process that leaves nothing to be desired going uphill or down. This heavy hitter gets a SRAM Eagle 1x12 drivetrain, RockShox Yari fork and Deluxe RT shock, and a Reverb dropper post. Throw in tubeless-ready 3C Maxxis Minions and WTB Asym i29 TCS rims, and the Process 153 AL/DL 29 is shred-ready right out of the box.
The Rove LTD is the pinnacle of Kona's expanded Rove lineup. Top-notch Reynolds 853 tubing, clearance for high volume 650b tires, and a new full carbon thru-axle fork set the stage for a no-holds-barred build that verges on custom. SRAM's Force 1 group keeps performance and aesthetic on-point, and the WTB KOM wheelset paired to Horizon tires ensures you'll never hesitate to go exploring. Whether you’ve got long distance gravel events in your sights, or just enjoy the feel of steel and big tires, this is one bike that won’t leave you wanting more.
Every pedal stroke gets you a little bit farther on the Dew-E. With its Bosch Performance Line electric-assist motor with 500w battery and Intuvia display, the Dew-E gives you a boost whenever you’re turning the pedals. For all-conditions riding the Dew-E comes standard with full fenders, powerful Busch and Muller front and rear lights, and an Abus Plus battery lock. And with a reliable Shimano drivetrain, hydraulic disc brakes, and Schwalbe Energizer Plus tires, the Dew-E could be your one ride no matter where you’ve got to go.
From shuttle runs with your buddy's truck to zipping on a number plate, Kona's carbon Operator ushers in a fast era of downhilling with simple, plush suspension. This bike soaks up the biggest hits and rips with tons of maneuverability for the ideal combo of speed and handling. The RockShox Boxxer and Kage shock both sport 200mm of travel, plus external rebound and compression adjustments to set to your specifications and/or course and terrain needs. No matter what you're charging down, SRAM's powerful Guide R brakes give you smooth stopping power, while the 27.5-inch Sun Ringle wheels with Maxxis Minion DHF tires bite hard into lines for pinned cornering. Crank duty is handled by RaceFace, spinning SRAM gears spec'd for DH. Other shred-ready gear includes a RaceFace handlebar bar, direct mount stem, and seatpost, and an MRP chainguide. It doesn't get much better... or faster.
The Roadhouse is Kona's flagship Reynolds 853 road bike, combining the lively ride characteristics and aesthetics of classic steel bikes with the all the details you’d expect from a modern road bike. A tapered head tube and full carbon fork, flat mount discs and thru-axle wheels, new Shimano Ultegra R8000 drivetrain and Mavic Allroad Elite wheels place the Roadhouse firmly in the modern era, while the Brooks Cambium saddle and metallic orange paint set the bike off aesthetically.
Get there quickly, with a little help from the Splice-E. At the heart of the Splice-E is a Bosch Performance Line electric-assist motor with a 500w battery and Intuvia display. A Shimano drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes provide reliable performance both stopping and going, while the built-in Busch & Müller headlight and taillight system, fenders, and rear rack make the Splice-E a versatile everyday ride.
Full squish bikes may get all the attention these days, but nothing compares to riding a hardtail on the trail, and the Honzo CR Trail is perhaps the one bike that can steal the limelight. Its aggressive stance, nimble-handling carbon frame and mischievous attitude are characteristics that were born on Pacific Northwest trails, from the days when the ride was all about playing and having fun, even when things turned burly. A RockShox Revelation RC Solo Air fork eats up 120mm of chunk and chatter while you nail your line. WTB's TCS i29 29-inch rims and aggressive Maxxis Minion/Ardent tires roll with speed and hook up in loose, rocky conditions. A SRAM GX 11-speed drivetrain gets you to the top, while the SRAM Level T brakes offer dialed control. Kona added a KS dropper post to expand the bike’s capabilities even further while maintaining its clean lines. Ride for fun, ride for glory, ride Honzo.
Whatever drives you to grab a number plate and join the fray, Kona’s Hei Hei is prepared to get you to the finish line ahead of your competition. The Hei Hei AL/DL has all the radness of its carbon stablemate in a more affordable Kona 6061 Aluminum package. A 120mm RockShox Reba fork is paired with 100mm of travel out back by way of a RockShox Monarch shock and our Fuse Independent Suspension. A SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, a Trans-X dropper post, and WTB i23 TCS rims with tubeless-ready Maxxis tires round out a component selection that’ll have you getting rad in no time.
You want a bike that goes up efficiently and still descends like an animal. One that you don’t have to worry about flipping switches on just to continue your ride. Evolved from its predecessor’s highly-regarded descending characteristics, the all new carbon Process 153 is stiff, smooth, and an absolute rocket that leaves nothing left to be desired. Except another lap, of course.
Kona's Major Jake serves up Jake's legendary 'cross performance with a generous helping of carbon fiber goodness. The feathery carbon frame floats over the rough stuff and hammers the straightaways, while a tapered full-carbon fork takes the sting out of the course and tracks deftly through the ruts. Sturdy WTB wheels make light work of and muddy 'cross courses in the fall and gravel roads the rest of the year. Supple, grippy Clement tires are ready for any terrain. The smooth-shifting Shimano 105 drivetrain means you'll keep moving no matter how muddy the course may get, and powerful Shimano disc brakes let you control speed regardless of weather conditions.
The Process has a long history of dominating the descents, and in its most recent iteration, it now has climbing manners more commonly attributed to shorter-travel bikes. No switches to flip, just pedal up efficiently, then smash the descent. With a 160mm RockShox Yari fork and Deluxe RT shock, a SRAM 11-speed drivetrain, dropper post, WTB i29 rims, and tubeless-ready Maxxis Minions, the Process 153 will let you get out there and dominate from day one.
The big-wheeled Process now has 153mm of rear wheel travel and pedals more efficiently than ever. From your local loop to your favorite weekend shuttle, the Process 153 AL 29 has all the bases covered. A 160mm RockShox Yari fork and Deluxe RT shock get together with a SRAM 1x11 drivetrain, and Level T brakes for solid performance. WTB i29 TCS rims and tubeless-ready Maxxis Minions create the perfect pair, and a dropper post gives you an instant shred-ready rig right out of the box.
When all you want is dirt, rocks, and a trustworthy rig that likes to get into trouble, Explosif fits the bill. This updated Kona classic comes to you as a 27.5-inch wheel, trail-scorching machine, spec’d to tear it up on singletrack. The Reynolds Cromoly frame features sliding thru-axle dropouts and a tapered headtube, so you get the ride quality and longevity steel is known for with the modern designs that let you do more. A RockShox Revelation RC fork devours whatever you throw it at, letting you blast through rocky stretches and swoop through rutted corners while the Maxxis tires bite earth like a pit bull. Wide WTB i29 rims shape that rubber up to work its best, and SRAM Guide R brakes take full advantage of that dialed traction, letting you brake later with modulation and confidence-boosting power. SRAM's GX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain delivers a tight system with the range and precision to keep the stoke factor high. And, Kona makes sure you have the control to handle all that go-fast hardware with their own purpose-built cockpit components. The result is a trail-blasting stick of dynamite and you’re the match.
Smack dab in the heart of trail bike land, sits Kona’s Process 134 with its aluminum frame, 134mm of travel, and a RockShox Monarch shock. A 140mm-travel RockShox Sektor fork offers the damping to mop up choppy trail and the fortitude to stand up to day after day riding. Its tubeless-ready WTB rims are race-light and trail-tough with the width to let Maxxis Minion and Tomahawk tires spread out with berm-railing stability and defiant traction. Spin up the Shimano 1 x 11-speed drivetrain via a RaceFace crank and fear no hill, up or down. Powerful Shimano hydraulic brakes maximize fun on the descents with impressive power and modulation. And, flick a lever to drop the KS dropper post when it's time to get rowdy.
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