Kona's Splice is perfect for riding the paths on the weekends and zooming to work during the week. This aluminum rig has the relaxed seating of Kona's proven 29er hardtails, along with an 63mm travel suspension fork and components equally suited to both on-road and on-crushed gravel riding. It's a splice, if you will, of a fast commuter and a capable mountain bike. 24-speeds zoom you up over hills on trails and let you zoom through past traffic. And, the Tektro hydraulic disc brakes slow you down confidently in mud or on wet pavement—it's all the same. Ride it in the dirt, ride on the street, either way, you'll love it.
Start your young rider out right on Kona's Hula. A full-featured, trail-capable junior's cross-country bike, it sports 24-inch wheels on a lightweight, butted-aluminum frame and a bump-busting Spinner suspension fork. The 21-speed drivetrain with grip shifters gives young riders all the gears they need, and grippy linear-pull brakes provide confidence-inspiring stopping power. This pint-sized mountain bike will let your little one build skills and confidence that will last a lifetime.
The Rove is Kona’s essential drop bar all-rounder. Comfortable fit and stable geometry, the ability to take racks and fenders, and a no-nonsense spec make the Rove a great choice for commuting, weekend adventuring, or the occasional ‘cross or gravel race. You get a sensible double drivetrain, mechanical disc brakes, and WTB alloy rims wrapped in versatile Schwalbe tires to ensure you get the most from every ride.
Kona's Makena is the perfect bike to get your youngster into riding. It features a lightweight, butted-aluminum frame, 20-inch aluminum wheels, and quality components from Shimano, Kona and Kenda, including a 7-speed drivetrain, grippy linear-pull brakes and knobby tires. It even sports a bump-busting suspension fork for comfort and control.
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 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.
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