Do you like to get rowdy, but still want the speed and rollover of a 29er hardtail? You need Honzo. Kona’s Honzo AL/DL takes the cross-country efficiency and obstacle-clearing prowess of a 29er hardtail and cranks the fun to 11. This trail-shredding hardtail uses progressive geometry with short chainstays, long reach, and a slack head tube angle to give you a fast-climbing machine that scorches earth on the way down. RockShox provides a 120mm-travel Recon fork to keep your wide 2.3-inch Maxxis Minion front tire in control so you can get rad. SRAM’s NX 1 x 11-speed drivetrain delivers the range you need to get to the top, while a pair of Shimano hydraulic brakes let you bring the speed down in a hurry. And, you know Kona wants you grinning the whole time you’re riding their rigs, so they threw in an internally routed KS dropper post to make sure you're locked in for more fun than ever!
Like to get rowdy on two wheels, but still want the speed and rollover of a 29er hardtail? You need Honzo. Kona’s Honzo AL/DL Frame takes the cross-country efficiency and obstacle-clearing prowess of a 29er hardtail and cranks up the fun. This trail-shredding frame uses progressive geometry with short chainstays, long reach, and a slack head tube angle to give you a fast-climbing machine that scorches earth on the way down. It's designed around a 120mm-travel fork and features a Boost 148mm rear axle and internal dropper post routing.
You don’t need the white stuff to have a blast on Kona’s Wo. It’s huge, 4.8-inch Schwalbe tires grab a hold of any terrain in any conditions with incredible traction while devouring bumps and trail chatter. The high-end aluminum frame and fork have an insatiable appetite for going fast and turn the Wo into a speed-seeking brute. A RaceFace/SRAM 11-speed drivetrain give you the gear range to feed the need, while Shimano hydraulics bring all that fun to a stop with precise modulation and incredible braking power. And, Kona’s renowned cockpit parts keep you comfortable whether you’re out for a few local trail laps or some truly all-terrain exploration.
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.
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 1800g (size M) Race Light Carbon frame features Kona's Fuse Independent Suspension and a RockShox Monarch RL shock for 100mm of efficient travel. A matching Reba RL 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 Maxxlite tires offer speed and traction. To ensure you have the gearing to do just that, Hei Hei DL serves up a wide-ranging 11-speed SRAM GX drivetrain with a RaceFace Aeffect cinch crank—everything you need to conquer the race course or that coveted Strava KOM. More speed, more fun, more Hei Hei.
Kona’s Process 153 begs to be ridden harder, faster and in the gnarliest of places. This incredibly capable 27.5-inch all-mountain steed feels at home on everything from flowy trails to technical downhill trails. With a RockShox Monarch RT shock and 160mm-travel Yari fork, you’ll rail berms, huck the drop, and float across roots and rock gardens. SRAM’s 11-speed GX drivetrain has the range to get you to the top and won’t drop a chain as you fly through tech on your way down. The matching SRAM Guide R brakes offer precise modulation so you can easily scrub speed. The WTB wheels and Maxxis tires roll fast and bite through corners, while the KS dropper post lets you stay centered when you lean the bike hard.
Ever since its inception, Kona’s Process 134 DL has impressed everyone who is lucky enough to shred a trail on one. So hit the trailhead and enjoy the smooth climb knowing that once it’s time to hit the Southpaw Dropper remote, you’d better hold on to your hip bag because it’s going to be an amazing ride. The 134mm-travel aluminum frame features a RockShox Monarch shock and a 140mm-travel Pike RC that’s ready to get rowdy on your favorite trails. WTB rims and Maxxis tires give you the traction and stability to stick that technical line. An 11-speed Shimano XT/SLX drivetrain shifts with precision and keeps weight and handlebar clutter to a minimum, while the matching Shimano brakes offer loads of stopping power. To complement the modern geometry of the Process, Kona spec’s a short stem and a wide 35mm handlebar for stable, controlled descending, as well as a KS dropper post so you can stay centered and loose while you shred.
Nothing says cross-country speed like a 29er, and titanium gives you a smooth ride that will last a lifetime. Kona’s Raijin Ti frame melds these elements to deliver a fast and smooth trail experience that you'll love. Made in the USA by Lynskey Performance Designs to Kona’s fun-focused specs, the Raijin’s flawless welds and natural brushed 3Al/2.5V titanium look as good as they perform on the trail. Kona included internal dropper post routing as a reminder that you’re still out there to have a good time as you open the gap on your competition. Its sliding dropouts let you choose between 10 x 135mm QR, single speed, and 12 x 142 thru-axle standards, while letting you fine-tune rear triangle geometry. It comes ready to rock with the 10 x 135mm dropouts included.
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 Kona's Fuse Independent Suspension and 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 KS dropper post and stiff, wide RaceFace cockpit give you an edge on your competition and extra fun all around.
On the fence about entering that big cross-country race? Kona’s Hei Hei DL will have you leaping in feet first. The Race Light Carbon frame will rocket past the competition, using all 100mm of rear travel to keep you glued to the trail. A Fox Float 34 fork with 120mm of travel is responsive and efficient with an eye towards the more technical descents. A Maxxis EXO TR Ardent up front confidently controls the trail, while an Ikon out back drives you forward. WTB's KOM 29er rims fight above their weight so you can push through jagged rock gardens and still crank past other riders on the climbs. To ensure you have the gearing to do just that, Hei Hei DL serves up a wide-ranging RaceFace/Shimano 11-speed drivetrain—everything you need to conquer the race course or that coveted Strava KOM. And since we know fast and rad coexist in harmonious bliss, Kona gives you a KS dropper post and powerful Shimano XT brakes, so you can be the first to the bottom.
You are an artist, and the Unit is your canvas. Singlespeed singletrack machine? Yep. Loaded up for a quick overnight or an extended bikepacking trip? Yep. Add whatever drivetrain you like? Yep. Reynolds 520 chromoly gives that unmistakable smooth ride, and the simplicity of a single speed drivetrain keeps your options open. Five sets of bottle cage mounts and rear rack mounts give you plenty of options for accessorizing your ride, because Kona wants you to do things your way — and there's nothing cooler than that.
Multiple Bike-of-the-Year awards speak for themselves. The Ute is a well-designed, carry-everything utility bike that makes quick work of trips to the store, dropping the kids off at school, and bringing the tree home for the holidays. The 7005 aluminum frame keeps it light and strong, and a Shimano 18-speed drivetrain supplies plenty of gearing for spinning up steep hills and across long flat roads alike. And for maintaining control under load, front and rear hydraulic disc brakes put the power down when you need it most. No utility vehicle would be complete without the necessary cargo-carrying essentials, so Kona throws in a composite rear deck with left- and right-side bags for all your haulin' needs. Finally, a kickstand and front and rear fenders finish this extremely versatile build, giving you the opportunity to do more — maybe everything! — by bike.
Explore the trail with the legendary Fire Mountain. With singletrack-worthy components and a size-specific wheel selection, the Fire Mountain is ready to start anyone down the mountain bike life. A lightweight aluminum frame and 100mm of front suspension make riding fun and rewarding, and powerful hydraulic disc brakes help you maintain control on steep descents and in wet weather. From cruising greenbelt paths to testing your skills over roots and rocks on forest trails, the Fire Mountain encourages you to get out and ride.
How do you take a race-ready cross-country machine and make it into the bike you ride everyday? Kona shows us how with their Big Kahuna, a svelte, race-ready aluminum hardtail with plus-sized 27.5 x 2.8-inch Schwalbes to grab handfuls of traction and float over gnarly terrain. These meaty tires raise the fun factor along with the bike’s versatility, enhanced by a 100mm RockShox Recon RL fork that keeps the front end tracking and your excitement high. That all-important rubber is well-supported by a pair of 40mm-wide WTB Scraper rims which are light enough to make their formidable strength seem impossible. All this rolling stock gets moving thanks to drivetrain components from Shimano and RaceFace, married in a 2x10-speed system with go-anywhere range. And, Shimano’s hydraulic disc brakes give you braking abilities that’ll make you contemplate equipping the bike with a seatbelt. Defy traditional bike boundaries and see what you can do on a Big Kahuna.
With a durable Kona 6061 aluminum frame, size-specific wheels, 120mm of front suspension, and a solid component spec, the Shred is more than ready to get a little bit rowdy with you. An 18-speed Shimano drivetrain keeps you pushing up the steepest trails, while Tektro hydraulic disc brakes offer loads of stopping power on the way back down. For those eager to get out on the trail and play in the dirt, the Kona Shred delivers.
The Mohala is designed around progressive geometry that is stable and confidence-inspiring for those looking to push their riding skill further. Based around a 27.5-inch wheel known for its quick handling traits, the Mohala retains a good footprint that makes solid contact with the trail. Spec’d with a RockShox fork, Shimano Deore hydraulic brakes, and a SRAM 11-speed drivetrain, the Mohala is built like a Kona and is ready take leaps and bounds on the trail with you.
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. With multiple combinations of wheel sizes and gearing configurations you can truly build the Rove you’ve always dreamed of for whatever size adventure you’re planning and at whatever budget best suits your needs.
Designed, tested and refined in the Pacific Northwest, with a total disregard for rules and tradition, the Process 153 DL is a trail bike that can only be a Kona. The 153mm-travel aluminum frame has a stable, low-slung geometry that makes it more than capable when the trail gets steep and loose. With a RockShox Monarch Plus shock you’ll rail berms, huck the drop, and float across roots and rock gardens. Designed around 27.5-inch wheels and 160mm-travel fork, this whip is classically Kona and indisputably yours.
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 steel 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 Fox 34 fork devours whatever you throw it at, letting you blast through rocky stretches and swoop through rutted corners while the Maxxis Tomahawk tires bite earth like a pit bull. Wide WTB i29 rims shape that rubber up to work its best, and Shimano SLX brakes take full advantage of that dialed traction, letting you brake later with modulation and confidence-boosting power. Race Face and Shimano put together a 1x11 drivetrain pairing RaceFace’s narrow-wide chainring with XT shifter, derailleur, and cassette, delivering 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.
Kona went and made the ultralight trail demon that everyone always knew the Hei Hei had in its DNA. The low-slung carbon frame features short stays, a long front-center, and 140mm of trail-eating travel. The RockShox Deluxe RT3 and Pike RCT3 are ready for whatever rowdy chunder you throw at them. Carbon WTB rims laced to Hope hubs roll on tubeless-ready Maxxis Tomahawk tires, giving you quick acceleration, instant engagement, and loads of grip. SRAM’s incredible 12-speed Eagle drivetrain gets you up the mountain with a huge gear range, flawless shifting, and weight savings you can feel on every pedal stroke, while the SRAM Guide Ultimate brakes keep you rubber-side-down with adjustable and precise modulation. RaceFace’s 35mm bar and stem and a KS Integra dropper post turn the dial that last little bit to leave you all-out-stoked.
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 Kona DH bar, direct mount stem, and seatpost, and an MRP chainguide. It doesn't get much better... or faster.
Kona's Precept 120 is a nimble, capable trail bike that excels in pretty much anything you'll encounter, from big climbs to rough descents. That agility comes courtesy of Kona's butted-aluminum frame that features 120mm of travel in an active, balanced, low-maintenance design. Up front, RockShox's 120mm-travel fork sucks up the hits and rails the corners. This capable bike is equipped with a 3 x 9-speed Shimano drivetrain to conquer all sorts of terrain and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes for serious stopping power. You also get reliable Kona controls and fast 27.5-inch WTB wheels, gripping relentlessly with Maxxis tires.
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 RockShox MOnarch XX shock keep you and the bike light enough to float over the rough stuff while passing racers on the climbs. A stiff RockShox RS-1 fork ensures precise steering and efficient traction through rock gardens. WTB provides stiff, lightweight carbon C124 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.
If you’re eager to get out on the trail and play in the dirt, Kona’s Shred is more than ready to get a little rowdy with you. The lightweight aluminum frame and 120mm-travel Suntour fork absolutely rip on your favorite singletrack. 27.5-inch wheels are quick and nimble, while the grippy Vittoria tires give you plenty of traction. An 18-speed Shimano drivetrain gives you the range to scale any mountain, and the Tektro hydraulic disc brakes keep you firmly in control.
Gear up for your next big ride and dish out all the abuse you can muster on Kona's Process 111. With a straightforward aluminum frame stroking 111mm of rear end travel out of a RockShox Monarch, you have all you need to take control of the trail. The 130mm-travel Pike fork leads you through technical rock gardens with buttery-smooth responsiveness. Light, strong WTB wheels are wrapped in Maxxis’ grippy Minion DHF tire up front and a speed-hungry Ardent out back for an aggressive, ride-all-day combo. Cranking out the flats and busting out climbs will come naturally with an 11-speed Shimano drivetrain, featuring SLX gears and crank, with an XT derailleur conducting. Braking is also handled by Shimano SLX hydraulics for speed control. Kona threw a 35mm bar and stem in the mix and spec’d a dropper post. All this adds up to a bike that blows past others on the climbs and blows minds on the way down.
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 Fox Factory shock and Factory 34 fork so you can hit the big line with confidence. Carbon WTB rims spin around Hope hubs and keep your Maxxis Tomahawk tires glued to the corners. Shimano and Race Face team up for an 11-speed drivetrain that offers flawless shifting. Shimano XT 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 KHS dropper post lets you pin it in attack mode.
You are an artist, and the Unit is your canvas. Singlespeed singletrack machine? Yep. Loaded up for a quick overnight or an extended bikepacking trip? Yep. Add whatever drivetrain you like? Yep. Reynolds 520 chromoly gives that unmistakable smooth ride, and the simplicity of a single speed drivetrain keeps your options open. WTB Scraper i40 rims wrapped in 27.5 x 2.8-inch Ranger tires ensure flawless tubeless compatibility along with low rolling resistance and confidence-inspiring traction, and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes keep the reins tight for control under load and on dicey singletrack. Five sets of bottle cage mounts and rear rack mounts give you plenty of options for accessorizing your ride, because Kona wants you to do things your way — and there's nothing cooler than that.
Kona’s Cinder Cone has long worn the badge of a performance-oriented, get-on-and-go hardtail, evolving year after year to stay on the cutting edge of technology. Its latest incarnation is built around an aluminum frame that delivers explosive response, great handling, and incredibly low weight. A RockShox fork eats up chunky trails to keep you on track, while the quick handling 27.5-inch Schwalbe Nobby Nic tires ensures you can carve whatever line you care to dream up. SRAM gets your wheels rolling with their sweet-shifting NX 1x11-speed drivetrain, and Shimano’s hydraulic disc brakes give you fingertip modulation to reverse the speed needle just in time to nail that switchback. To maximize your smile factor, Kona’s cockpit parts look good and feel even better, keeping the weight down and the control firmly in your hands. Like to get a little rowdier than cross-country sometimes? Kona does, too, so they gave the Cinder Cone internal dropper post routing, just for fellow rock gardeners like you.
Kona's Blast is perfectly named, since it's designed specifically for all-day fun. The moment you stomp on the pedals, the snappy, yet tough Race Light Aluminum frame leaps forward, looking for the next rough section of trail for the RockShox fork to tame. The fast-rolling and frisky 27.5-inch Schwalbe Nobby Nic tires love carving up singletrack, and you give them the go-ahead with a 27-speed Shimano drivetrain that can handle anything. Always one step ahead, Kona added internal dropper post routing for all-mountain versatility and clean lines. A pair of no-nonsense hydraulic disc brakes keep you and the Blast this side of oblivion while you pilot with a grin from a race-ready, Kona-outfitted cockpit.
Kona’s Big Honzo DL Frame takes the playful, slack geometry Honzo uses to light up singletrack, and ups the ante with room for bigger rubber and bigger fun. When you throw on a pair of 27.5+ tires on wide rims, your footprint opens up like a sled-dog’s paw, aggressively clawing earth and floating over terrain with ease. Kona really wants you to use ALL that extra traction, so Big Honzo is stiff and nimble, squeezing speed out of descents and begging to be swooped through corners. It uses 148 x 12mm Boost spacing and super-short chainstays to tuck in your rear wheel for tight handling and rowdy acceleration, while the long reach and front center get you into a powerful position for aggressive descending. This all adds up to a frame that's ready to go fast on the way up AND down. Throw on a 120mm fork and take proper advantage of the internal dropper post routing to find yourself on a rig that’ll keep you grinning for hours on end.