You love the Honzo but wanted an aggressive hardtail with a bit more versatility. Enter the Big Honzo. With geometry derived from our carbon Big Honzos, the Big Honzo was designed around a 27.5+ wheel but is cross-compatible with a 29” wheel, allowing you to create your favorite configuration to get the most out of the terrain you ride the most. The Big Honzo features 130mm of Rockshox front suspension, boost spacing, a SRAM NX 1x11 speed drivetrain, a dropper post, and hydraulic disc brakes in an affordable package.
You know what you want in a city bike. A comfortable saddle atop a durable frame, strong Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, a 9-speed Shimano drivetrain, and quality Shimano cranks make the Dew Plus the choice for commuters that are looking for a dependable bike in an affordable package.
The Electric Ute is our newest addition to our pedal-assist lineup. We took the success of our Ute and beefed up the fork and added a tapered steer tube adding stiffness to the ride. Looking to ditch the car? The Electric Ute is your answer. The battery is semi-integrated into the frame for a more streamlined look. Haul kids, haul groceries, haul building supplies or even your furry friend. Stylish, comfortable, and incredibly functional as a full-on cargo machine, the Electric Ute is powered by a Bosch motor, ensuring you and your gear can make it up the steepest of hills with total ease.
The one that started it all: the almighty steel Honzo. Low-slung. Long reach. Tight rear end. Unmistakably Honzo. What we did with the original steel Honzo has trickled into the DNA of almost every Kona bike since – which is a nice tip of the hat to the material we first started making bikes with. We sell the Honzo ST as a frame only so you can build your own dream ride.
The Libre is the result of years of dreaming up the ultimate carbon dream machine. It’s part road bike, part mountain bike, part gravel grinder, and entirely badass. A Shimano 105 2x11 drivetrain ensures maximum gear range, while WTB 650b tubeless ready wheels provide ample clearance for your favorite tires. Our new Kona Verso Carbon Touring fork is one of the only carbon forks on the market that allows for multiple rack and fender mounting options.
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.
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.
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.
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.
$3,699.00 - $3,700.00
The Process 29 DL ups the ante in value and spec. Kona’s lighter weight aluminum frame is equipped with a carbon rocker for strength, a Rockshox Yari 160mm Charger fork and Super Deluxe RC3 Debonair rear shock. Climb swiftly with SRAM’s NX/GX Eagle drivetrain and stop with confidence with Guide brakes and a 200mm front rotor. The DL also arrives tubeless ready and with a dropper post.
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.
Taking a cue from the Hei Hei Trail, the Satori is a longer-travel cross country bike wrapped in an affordable package. 29-inch wheels keep the Satori rolling fast over obstacles while a RockShox Recon Gold 140mm travel fork and RockShox 130mm custom tuned Solo Air rear shock keep the ride smooth. With Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, Deore drive train, and a dropper post, you have everything you need right out of the box.
The Sutra is many things. It’s gorgeous. It’s stylish. It’s incredibly versatile, and it comes ready for the long haul. Our Kona Cromoly steel frame is outfitted by a Brooks saddle, cork bar tape, BarCon shifters, a Shimano Deore 3x9 drivetrain to give you maximum gearing, and smooth-rolling 700c WTB wheels. It’s quite the looker right out of the box, and it’s ready for your biggest adventure. What more could you want?
Once upon a time a bunch of mountain bikers dreamed up something wild: a drop bar bike that felt like a mountain bike and rode like a mountain bike. It was made of steel for that added bump absorption, had powerful SRAM Rival 1 hydraulic disc brakes and 1x drivetrain. It had a wider bar with a 16-degree flare that made for more aggressive descending. The Sutra LTD came to reality in all of its dreamy glory and is an absolute riot on-road or off.
The fat bike revolution is alive and well, and the Wo lives on to take you to previously untouched terrain. Whether rallying across a Baja beach or chugging along Wisconsin groomed snow trails, the Wo is ready to push through challenging terrain with its 4.8-inch Schwalbe Jumbo Jim tires and Shimano Deore 10 speed drivetrain.
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