Often imitated, but never duplicated, the Process has been at the forefront of the evolution of enduro bikes for years. The motto of the Process is to take chances…as long as it makes the ride more fun. What started as a calculated risk has turned traditional trail bike geometry on its head and has spearheaded progression. This bike is built around descending, but consistency across all terrain is what makes it truly special. The 2019 Process delivers a gravity-hungry bike that is equally adept at ascending. This is the long travel, aggressive enduro bike that you’ve been waiting for.
Close your eyes and picture the sunshine dripping from a Copenhagen sky. Everywhere you look are stylish cyclists aboard stylish bikes. The Coco is our answer to the European cycling craze. A gorgeous step-through design allows for riding ease in any attire. Fenders keep you dry on the rainiest of days, and hydraulic disc brakes ensure you stop without any hesitation.
The Lana’i could be considered the gateway mountain bike. Offered in size XS with 26” wheels or S-XL with 27.5” wheels, there’s a perfect size for everyone. With a Shimano drivetrain, Tektro disc brakes, and a 100mm travel fork the Lana’i is the perfect way to dip your toes in the dirt.
Part adventure rig, part road warrior, part urban assault machine, the Splice gives comfort when you want and efficiency when in motion. With Suntour suspension up front, hydraulic disc brakes, and sturdy 700x40c wheels and tires the Splice may just tempt you to explore further than ever before.
The original cross country race machine, the Hei Hei was built to go fast – both up and down mountains. The Hei Hei design was focused on racing but we've always been of the mind that racing should be fun; 100mm of Fuse independent suspension rear travel paired with 120mm of squish up front create a balanced, fun and efficient ride. Fast rolling and bump-swallowing 29-inch wheels ensure fun is also at the top of the priority list. With guys like team riders Cory Wallace winning the 24 hour solo world championship, and Spencer Paxson dominating over 32,000 feet of climbing and descending in a single day aboard the Hei Hei, it’s clear that its up for any challenge.
Taking a cue from our beloved Honzo, the Big Honzo DL is all pure fun in an affordable 27.5+ package. Bigger tires provide awesome traction across all surfaces and terrain, while the revered Honzo feel provides a lively and playful ride up or down the mountain. The Big Honzo DL comes with a SRAM NX drivetrain, Trans-X dropper post, and a RockShox Sektor fork.
Sometimes we hit a crossroads where the pavement ends, and the dirt begins. Enter the Rove NRB. 650b wheels, a carbon flat mount disc fork, and mechanical disc brakes mean that transition from pavement to dirt is seamless. Couple those features with a SRAM Apex 1x drivetrain, and the Rove NRB is begging to take you away from your traditional route and into territories unexplored.
In some of the best riding zones we’ve found, the ups are as fun as the downs. The carbon Process 153 CR 27.5 flies up the hill with efficiency, but it really dances when things point downhill. A RockShox Lyrik fork up front and 153mm of travel with a Super Deluxe RCT Debonair shock in the rear make for a super plush ride. A SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain and Guide R brakes round out this super sweet build.
Wherever you may Rove … is the perfect place to be. On-road, off-road, gravel, touring, bikepacking - the Rove is the bike of all drop bar trades. For those that have a love affair with steel, the Rove ST will slide rightfully near the top of your “next to buy” list. The Rove ST runs on 650b wheels and tires for any-road capability you can fine-tune to your heart's desire.
The Honzo is the bike that redefined Kona’s goal to push the limits and do something radically different. From biking to work to getting creative in the bike park, the Honzo inspires serious fun. A 120mm RockShox Recon fork, SRAM NX 11 speed drivetrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes equal the perfect blend of fun and fast.
Point the Cinder Cone towards singletrack and get ready for a fun ride! With a SRAM NX 11 speed drivetrain, tubeless ready rims, a Rockshox air sprung fork, SRAM hydraulic disc brakes, and 27.5-inch wheels, the Cinder Cone is ready to roll over obstacles with ease.
The working man’s privateer steed, the Jake the Snake is the go-to bike for cyclocross racers and hard core commuters alike. The legendary Jake the Snake features aggressive racing geometry in a tough yet light aluminum frame and a full carbon flat mount disc fork, and is accompanied by tubeless ready wheels, a SRAM Apex 1x11 drivetrain, and TRP hydraulic disc brakes.
A classic Kona hardtail in a 29-inch version, the Mahuna is ready to explore your favorite trails. Big wheels help you keep your momentum over challenging obstacles, while extra grippy WTB tires and 100mm of RockShox front suspension inspire confidence when things get tricky. When you’re ready to point it downhill, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide powerful stopping power. When you’re ready to wander off the beaten path, the Mahuna is your go-to bike!
The Super Jake takes our renowned Cyclocross platform to an elite level and is the weapon of choice for world-class pro CX racer Kerry Werner. Fully equipped to race in World Cup level events or to endure all day epics on gravel, the Super Jake comes stocked with a killer setup including SRAM Force 1 components, and lightweight Easton EA70AX tubeless ready wheels.
The Wozo takes fat bike stereotypes and tosses them out the window. Sure, it’s great to ride in typical fat bike conditions, but it also rips on singletrack, and with those big old Maxxis tires, traction is paramount and bumps dissolve with ease. We’ve moved the Wozo to 27.5-inch wheels and beefed up the travel from 100mm to 120mm with a Manitou Mastodon Comp fork. This gives you an even plusher feel when things start to get hectic, whether on trail or off.
For those who love the idea of the Unit’s versatility but want something a bit more capable of climbing, we offer the Unit X. Sharing a Reynolds 520 Chromoly frame with the Unit, the Unit X brings a SRAM 11-speed drivetrain, SRAM Level T brakes, and standard 135QR dropouts in a dropper post-ready frame. The Unit X can also be built with an internal hub to keep moving parts out of the elements. With the ability to run either 27.5+ or 29” wheels, the Unit X is the perfect bike for any type of terrain.
The Super Jake takes our renowned Cyclocross platform to an elite level and is the weapon of choice for world-class pro CX racer Kerry Werner. Fully equipped to race in World Cup level events or to endure all day epics on gravel, the Super Jake is ready for super-powered finishes.
We had fun designing the Rove NRB DL. With homage to its steel cousin, the NRB has creative geometry to allow for bigger tire clearance, and custom dropouts that are easily used with fenders. Size XS comes with smaller 40c tires. Nicely dressed with a Shimano 105 2x11 drivetrain, a carbon fork, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, the NRB DL is a unique bike that is ready for anything.
The intention is in the name, as the Rove is the perfect bike to use as a wandering companion. Our most traditional drop bar offering, the Rove is willing to go the distance whether on pavement, dirt, or even gravel. Outfitted with Hayes mechanical disc brakes, and a wide range of gearing, the Rove is an affordable, road-ready steed.
We have a strong opinion about this bike: It’s badass, and it ticks all the boxes. A durable, stiff and lighter aluminum frame is matched with a purpose-driven component selection including the RockShox Yari 160mm Charger fork, a RockShox Super Deluxe rear shock, SRAM NX/GX Eagle drivetrain, Guide 4-piston disc brakes, and a dropper post. It’s the People’s Process, and we love it.
Multiple personalities can be a great thing. The Reynolds Chromoly Unit has many faces and you get to decide which to use. Whether you need a bikepacking guru or want a fully rigid single speed masher, or perhaps the ultimate steel 29er, the Unit makes the perfect companion. Spec’d with 27.5+ wheels but capable of running 29” wheels, the Unit comes with a full-length freehub body in case you want to run gears. Whatever you can dream up, the Unit can do it all!
The Blast dabbles deeper into mountain biking’s trends. With a Shimano 1x drivetrain, tubeless ready rims, a Rockshox air sprung fork, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and 27.5-inch wheels, the Blast steps it up, ensuring you have the confidence needed to tackle tougher trails.
Consider a simple question: what is a modern road bike? If you ask Kona, it would be quick on the pavement but completely capable of putting in time on a variety of surfaces. Thru-axles, hydraulic brakes, and room for big tires. The ability to run both racks and fenders, simultaneously. Triple bottle mounts on the frame. See where we're going? The Rove NRB is a distinctly Kona take on the modern all-day road bike.
The Major Jake is the perfect bike for the serious racer that is still looking for something they can take on long cross-training rides. The full carbon frame and fork make light work of climbs and punchy, steep obstacles. 700x33cc Vittoria Terreno Mix tires, SRAM Rival 1x drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes make this bike race-ready right out of the box.
The Jack of all Trades, the Hei Hei Trail DL is the go-to machine for almost any situation. Lightweight for climbing, and with a GX Eagle drivetrain and RockShox Reverb dropper, the ups turn to fun. When the trail points down, SRAM Guide R 4-piston brakes are there when you need them.
Tika is built with careful attention to detail, resulting in a comfortable and nimble ride. From its 27.5-inch wheels to the various touch points, Kona developed the Tika to ensure anyone’s first trail experience is the beginning of a lifetime passion. With a 27-speed drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes you'll have no trouble getting up and down steep trails, and WTB Trail Boss tires provide plenty of traction, putting confidence in every pedal stroke.
We had one goal with the Operator CR: win races. We’ve seen what 29-inch bikes can do on a downhill track, and the Operator CR is ready to take podiums. With two positions offering 15mm of rear wheel adjustments and 10mm of reach adjustment, it’s easier to control the feel of the bike to get the ride you want. While we spec the bike as a 29er, you are able to run 27.5-inch wheels as well. Shorter or longer, 29 or 27.5, you have the power to customize your ride. Front and rear RockShox suspension and powerful SRAM Code brakes round out this innovative and wickedly fast race machine.
If the world was ending and you needed one bike to rule them all, the Process would be a solid choice. It’s an awesome build at a wallet-friendly price. With 160mm of Rockshox Yari travel up front and a Deluxe RT Debonair shock in the rear, the ride is plush and smooth. Well accompanied by SRAM Guide hydraulic disc brakes, a dropper post, and SRAM’s NX drivetrain, the Process is one sweet build for the buck.
When the ride requires speed, it’s important to pay attention to the little details. Fenders for bad weather and 9 speed gearing provide the comfort and range needed to access any kind of road in any kind of weather. The Rove DL is the answer to your road needs no matter when and where you ride.
The Honzo CR is for the discerning customer who knows exactly what they want in a bike. Kona’s Carbon Trail frame is light and stiff and rides predictably. A 120mm RockShox RC Revelation Fork, SRAM Level T brakes, a KS Lev dropper, and Maxxis rubber create quite the compelling package in this super fun trail bike.