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$529.95
So here it is. The Rhythm is back. Only this time it moves to your beat. The NEW Rhythm is a 26” wheel aluminium JUMP/PUMP/4X/PLAY bike frame, built for big airs, endless laps, and elbow to elbow antics. - 26" wheeled aluminum JUMP/PUMP/4X/PLAY frame built for big airs, endless laps, and elbow to elbow antics - 6061 T6 aluminum alloy frameset - Two lengths available - Interchangeable dropouts: 12x142mm geared or 135x10mm single speed (DROPOUTS NOT INCLUDED WITH FRAME) - Sliding dropout system for chain tensioning and adjusting chainstay length - Compatible with 100-140mm forks - Fits tires up to 26x2.5" - PM 160mm disc brake mounts - 34.9mm seat clamp and additional stickers included
$769.99
We Love Hardtails. The AKA is a proper mountain bike. A pedal up, pedal along, blitz down kind of affair with familiar geometry inspired by the big-hitting Mettle. Take it to the flow trails at your local trail center, go off-piste, or take it to your local BMX track – it’ll put a smile on your face. You’d think making a hardtail was as simple as picking a few decent geometry numbers, throw it together, and away you go… if only it was that easy. In fact, hardtails get steeper at sag, so we put a package together that ticks all the boxes with that in mind. A slack head angle, and comfortable seat tube angle, and a low bottom bracket put you ‘in’ the bike and in the thick of it. The AKA is the culmination of years of design experience, tweaking, and adapting the design until we were happy. Chuck a set of 27.5" wheels in it with a 140mm fork, or some 29" wheels with a 120mm fork. The same frame can handle both without sacrifice allowing for unlimited potential. With tire clearance up to 2.6" multiple water bottle mounts, and an adjustable drop out for running it singlespeed… Hold on, what’s that? Our ADS sliding dropouts on the AKA and Dr. Jekyll were actually designed and in our vaults for a couple of years prior to working on the new hardtails. We wanted to make something new and tidy with a built-in tensioner that offers 15mm of adjustment. It gives you the choice to run the bike with gears, without, or in a long or short chain stay, the brake caliper also moves with the axle, so no matter what, it always stays aligned with the rotor, win. - Triple bottle cage mount inside the front triangle for adjustable bottle placement or extra storage for longer adventures. Another bottle cage mount is located under the downtube - Threaded BB with ISCG-05 tabs, Boost 148mm dropouts, and internal dropper post routing - Headset compatibility ZS44 upper, ZS56 lower - Seatpost 30.9mm, seat clamp 34.9mm
$100.00
Start your custom build by placing this deposit to get the consultation process rolling with one of our expert builders. We specify everything you will need to turn your dream bike into reality and get it all ordered. Please note that this non-refundable deposit does not include the labor to build the bicycle or its parts/components.
$699.00
The cult favorite continues. The Honzo ST frame is the bike you'll find under a messenger, under that old-school soul ripper, or under the rider who really wants to build something beautiful and custom. A 66-degree headtube is ideal for all kinds of tricky, steep terrain, and the short seat tube allows for longer dropper posts. As always, the Honzo ST frame features adjustable dropouts so you can run your favorite drivetrain without any issues. FEATURES KONA CROMOLY: Very few materials offer as much shock absorption, durability, and supple-ride characteristics as steel. We've never strayed from cycling's original material and have worked tirelessly to adapt, refine and innovate Kona Cromoly framesets as rider demands continue to evolve. INTERNAL HEADSET: Bearing cups are actually pressed into the frame and are easily removable. An internal headset also reduces stack height, so the height of the stem and bars are more adjustable, giving the rider the best fit possible. TAPERED HEAD TUBE: More girth at the bottom of the head tube better distributes shock force, prolonging the bearing life of the headset itself and eliminating brake shudder, while providing confident steering performance. The inherent strength of its triangular design also means a stronger steering position and improved balance, giving the rider more control in rough terrain. A zero-stack, tapered head tube also puts strength where the load is going—into the lower headset cup—maximizing bearing durability where it's needed. TUBELESS COMPATIBLE RIMS: Tubeless rims allow for tires with more puncture resistance; the ability to run lower tire pressure, which provides better tire grip on the trail; lower rolling resistance; and weight savings over traditional tube and tire systems. 12x148mm AXLE: 12x142mm, 12x148 and 12x157 rear axle standards provide two major advantages to the Kona rider: the 12mm diameter of the rear axle provides the rear hub and frame with a stiff interface, while the 142/148/157mm outer diameter of the hub allows the wheel to be quickly and properly positioned in the frame before the rear axle is inserted.
$699.00
We all remember our first mountain bike. For many of us it was a bike like the Lana’i. Affordable enough not to feel too risky but stocked with components that give you the freedom to explore off-road. The Lana’i features integrated shifters and brake levers to streamline the cockpit and is now available in three wheel sizes: 26" for size XS, 27.5" for S and M, and 29" for L and XL. With an 8-speed drivetrain, grippy disc brakes and a 100mm travel fork, the Lana’i is the perfect way to taste what real singletrack riding has to offer.
$875.00
This Kona classic brings some of the finer things to light. The Fire Mountain is running a smooth-shifting 9-speed drivetrain to keep things manageable across varying terrain and hydraulic disc brakes to stop on a dime. With 100mm of adjustable suspension and sturdy tires aboard wider 27mm rims, the Fire Mountain helps build confidence off-road. Available for smaller riders in a 26” wheeled XS version and a 27.5” wheel for sizes S-XL.
$875.00
The Lava Dome is kind of like your best friend, but in bike form. It’s awesome in the dirt. It’s awesome to rally around town. It’s awesome poking around neighborhood singletrack, and it does it all in a dependable way. The Lava Dome features an easy-to-use 9-speed drivetrain with a clutch rear derailleur as well as sleek internal cable routing and dropouts. With strong 29” wheels that can accept up to a 2.6” tires, this bike is ready for everything in its path!
$1,099.00
If the Unit were to put out a wanted ad for its ideal rider it might look something like this: Cromoly, single-speed badass ISO someone to adventure with. Some people call me rigid. I think I’m just classy. I like long rides in the sun (or mud, or snow), will carry all your stuff, will last forever, and promise to be the bike that turns heads wherever you go. I can be converted to a 12-speed if that’s your thing. Like food? I have Bento box mounts too! Let’s party!
$1,199.00
Much like its larger-wheeled sibling, the Mahuna, the Cinder Cone is the perfect all-rounder for the person looking to ride off-road or cruise around the backwoods bike paths. It features an air fork with 100mm of travel, as well as a dependable 11-speed drivetrain and disc brakes. If you’re a fan of plus bikes, you can run up to 2.8” tires. The Cinder Cone is where the mountain meets functionality at a great price.
$1,199.00
The Mahuna strikes that perfect balance of mountain bike and all-around fun rig. Its 29” wheels easily roll over obstacles and provide a smooth, predictable ride. The fork features 100mm of supple travel and together with the 29” wheels, helps keep bumps in check. You have complete control over stopping with powerful hydraulic disc brakes. An 11-speed drivetrain makes quick work of tough hills ensuring the Mahuna is as fun going up as it is going down.
$1,299.00
The Unit X has become a cult favorite among die-hard Kona fans. Maybe it’s the Cromoly frame. Maybe it’s the fact that it’s a bikepacking monster, or its well-geared 12-speed drivetrain, or modular dropouts which give you the ability to run it as a single speed if that’s your thing. Maybe it’s because the rigid fork makes it that much more of a classic. We may never know why the Unit X is such a popular bike, but we can only guess it’s because it is one of the most practical machines in our lineup.
$1,599.00
Whether you’re a seasoned dirt jumper or just learning to cruise your neighborhood pumptrack, the Shonky is the perfect weapon of choice for the jibby side of biking. A Cromoly butted frame holds a 100mm tapered fork that gives you just enough suspension to save your wrists. Fast-rolling tires ensure you whip around corners at top speed. Whether you’re hitting the biggest lines at the jump park or just learning how to pump through berms, there’s nothing quite like a Shonky to ensure a good time every time.
$1,599.00
The Unit X has become a cult favorite among die-hard Kona fans. Maybe it’s the Cromoly frame. Maybe it’s the fact that it’s a bikepacking monster, or its well-geared 12-speed drivetrain, or modular dropouts which give you the ability to run it as a single speed if that’s your thing. Maybe it’s because the rigid fork makes it that much more of a classic. We may never know why the Unit X is such a popular bike, but we can only guess it’s because it is one of the most practical machines in our lineup.
$1,799.00
The Wo has been a staple in our fat bike lineup for a few years now. Its simple, dependable design has made it a favorite for fat bike aficionados everywhere. Running a wide range 11-speed drivetrain, durable cranks, and big ol’ 4.8” tires on tubeless-ready rims, the Wo gets you where you need to go with ease.
$1,899.00
Often imitated, but never duplicated, the Honzo is a part of Kona’s foundation. The Honzo is the solution for the rider wanting something a bit more aggressive than a traditional cross-country hardtail. A 130mm fork provides just enough suspension to make quick work of technical sections of trail. Whether you’re a seasoned rider looking for timeless hardtail or a newer rider looking to go a bit deeper into the mountain bike world, the Honzo is an excellent choice.
$1,999.00
The Big Honzo DL is exactly what the name implies. It’s a Honzo with bigger tires and a nice build kit featuring hydraulic disc brakes and 130mm of suspension. You’ll get a little extra squish thanks to the 2.8” tires that absorb bumps with ease. Comfortable geometry and an adjustable travel dropper post ensure you’re always at just the right position on your bike whether you’re climbing that big mountain or descending your favorite flow trail!
$2,599.00
You want a nice bike, but you’ve been hesitating to pull the trigger. What’s the right amount of travel? How can you be sure you’re getting great value? How do you know this bike is the only bike you’ll need? Because you gotta trust the Process, that’s why. The Process 134 DL 27.5 is thoughtfully put together to ensure every box is checked. It features a spec that puts the money where it matters: suspension, brakes, and drivetrain. It also comes in sizes XS-XL ensuring that no matter how tall or short you stand you’ll find a perfect fitting ride. It’s perfection in a bike.
$2,699.00
For the hardtail enthusiast, the Honzo DL is a quintessential bike to have in your quiver. Featuring an aluminum frame with geometry derived from the Process 134 it’s ready to rip up and down the trails. A short seat tube allows you to run a longer dropper post, and adjustable dropouts allow you to run the bike geared or as a single speed. Sitting squarely between the Honzo and the Honzo ESD – the Honzo DL is the all-round hardtail for any location.
$3,099.00
If Mad Max rode a bike, it would be the Honzo ESD. It’s part Honzo, part monster, and with geometry that inspired the Process X, it’s made for those who want to punish the trails. A steel frame holds a Marzocchi Bomber Z1 fork with 150mm of travel. It’s got strong 4-piston brakes, grippy Maxxis rubber, and a headtube badge that will scare your children at night. This is the Warrior of the Wasteland.
$3,199.00
If we had to sum up the Hei Hei in one sentence it would be this: The Hei Hei is fast, fun, easy to ride, climbs like a mountain goat, descends like a cheetah, is affordable, has no frills but everything you need with its 120mm of front and 100mm of rear travel, and will ensure that you end every ride with a smile on your face. Run on sentences aside, the Hei Hei has been in our lineup for decades because it’s one of the best bikes we’ve ever made. It blurs the line between XC and trail bike and has proved that great ideas evolve into bikes with staying power.
$3,999.00
You want a nice bike, but you’ve been hesitating to pull the trigger. What’s the right amount of travel? How can you be sure you’re getting great value? How do you know this bike is the only bike you’ll need? Because you gotta trust the Process, that’s why. The Process 134 DL 27.5 is thoughtfully put together to ensure every box is checked. It features a spec that puts the money where it matters: suspension, brakes, and drivetrain. It also comes in sizes XS-XL ensuring that no matter how tall or short you stand you’ll find a perfect fitting ride. It’s perfection in a bike.
$3,999.00
You want a nice bike, but you’ve been hesitating to pull the trigger. What’s the right amount of travel? How can you be sure you’re getting great value? How do you know this bike is the only bike you’ll need? Because you gotta trust the Process, that’s why. The Process 134 DL 29 is thoughtfully put together to ensure every box is checked. Big wheels to help roll over rough terrain plus a spec that puts the money where it matters: suspension, brakes, and drivetrain. It’s perfection in a bike.
$4,099.00
The Process 153 DL 29 has been the steed of choice for aggressive riders all over the world. It’s the go-to bike many of our staff ride because it does everything well. It’s been tested and perfected in our hometowns on the North Shore in BC and Bellingham, Washington. We’ve built this bike to be ready to dominate right out of the box, but there are easy ways to upgrade should you choose to do so. With 160mm of front travel and 153mm in the rear, burly Maxxis tires, and ultra-supportive suspension the Process 153 DL 29 will become your most reliable trail slayer.
$4,499.00
The carbon Process X has been a wildly popular bike. It turns out that people still love longer travel bikes, but don't always want to pay more for bigger travel. We took the motivation behind creating the original Process X bikes and created the all-new aluminum Process X. Perhaps you like the feel of aluminum or you're a fan of its durability. The aluminum Process X puts a focus on big time fun in a bike that doesn't cost six months' worth of paychecks to acquire.
$4,699.00
The evolution of the Process continues. Perhaps it's all a part of the…process? The X wants to go big, but for those that miss the feeling of a downhill bike and love that dual crown life, the Process X DH is here for you. 190mm of front travel make you feel like a world champion while you're smashing downhill. Whether you're craving the Utah chunk or the North Shore jank or the rough and rowdy of Switzerland, this bike can be your X (DH) factor.
$4,899.00
The Hei Hei CR is what you get when you mix speed with practicality. Its lightweight carbon frame supports a parts spec that makes every rider want to push just a bit harder. A veteran of the Kona lineup, the Hei Hei CR has staying power for a reason: it’s an incredibly fun bike for anyone to ride. It punches above its weight in travel, but still possesses cat-like climbing abilities. We dare you to go toe-to-toe with any other short-travel rig and not fall in love with this 120mm little whippersnapper!
$6,999.00
The Hei Hei CR DL is a bike that wins big. It’s bagged three 24-hour solo world championships under Cory Wallace. It’s won huge stage races and its bagged world records. The gorgeous Kona Race Light Carbon frame features tasty, high-end components that are light, sturdy, and intended to go the distance. Don’t be fooled by the 120mm of travel. We built this bike so not only does it climb like a bat out of hell, but it is fully capable of taking you down some seriously tricky terrain. Go fast and win big with the Hei Hei CR DL.
$999.00
If there’s one thing Tom knows, it’s dirt. When he first designed the Ultra he knew it would appeal to riders who demand specific ride characteristics and dirt slaying only he could deliver- and that was in the 1980s! Good design withstands the test of time, and the latest iteration of the Ultra is a prime example. Like its predecessor from 30 years prior, the new Ultra occupies a unique ride space from cross-country riders looking to get rowdy and go big to enduro riders lusting for some all-mountain shredding. Designed around a 120mm travel fork and super stable Boost 148 spacing, most of the fun is in the wheels. Designed to accommodate 29" or 27.5" wheels, the Ultra is highly versatile. Throw on some 29s for some trail-smashing XC riding, or saddle up some 27.5+ for some serious no-holds-barred shredding. The Ultra is a rough and rugged trail master that doesn’t know when to quit. - Compatible with 27.5 x 2.8 and 29 x 2.4 tires - Internal routing for a dropper post - Boost 148x12 rear spacing
$749.00
Timberjack is Salsa's aggressive trail hardtail. Its progressive trail geometry is stable on descents and technical sections, while the Alternator 2.0 dropouts allow for adjustable chainstay length to dial in ride characteristics. Ample accessory mounts and dual wheel size compatibility add more versatility to the package, making Timberjack a well-rounded ripper that likes to party.
$899.00
Rangefinder is Salsa's confidence-building trail hardtail. Built for riders who want to start discovering their local trail systems, Rangefinder offers geometry and spec designed for the perfect introduction to mountain biking. Rangefinder opens up singletrack and doubletrack adventures and offers provisions for bikepacking setups so riders can expand their off-road repertoires. Rangefinder is mountain biking for the masses. - 6061-T6 alloy frame - Internally-routed shift, brake and dropper post housing - 144 mm suspension fork and dropper post - 1x drivetrain keeps shifting simple with plenty of gear range - Hydraulic brakes offer confident stopping power - Compatible with 29" or 27.5 plus wheels and tires - Carry what you need with the integrated top tube bag mount, two bottle cage mounts in the frame on M, L, and XL sizes, one accessory mount under the down tube, and rear rack mounts
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