Miranda Miller Debuts the 2020 Kona Process 134
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8/7/2019 12:00 AM

Kona Welcomes Miranda Miller
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1/16/2019 1:00 AM

Sun Peaking with Aggy
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12/4/2018 8:29 AM

Cold Smoke - Smokey shreds the Kona Wozo
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10/30/2018 6:19 PM

The All New Kona Process 24 - Shreducation with Aggy and Max
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10/15/2018 10:44 AM

Kona Announces Details for New Ambassador Program
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10/11/2018 5:15 PM

Your Brain on E
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9/18/2018 8:21 AM

Connor Fearon Introduces Kona's 2019 Process Lineup
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8/7/2018 11:48 AM

Make Hard Easy - The All New Kona Big Honzo
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7/24/2018 11:59 PM

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You mean you don’t like mine. Lol

My Kona - Scott Mackay
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7/10/2018 11:06 PM

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Kona's Hei Hei Trail and Hei Hei Trail DL Have Arrived
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6/14/2018 6:27 AM

Added a comment about feature Kona Introduces Five Fun New Bikes - Sea Otter Classic 4/26/2018 8:57 AM

Hi David.

Thanks for the comment. Just wanted to clarify a few things however.

The effective STA on the Process models is 76°.

The seat tube length on the Process models is quite short, 385mm for a small, 410mm for a medium and 450mm for a large.

The bikes also have deep seatpost insertion. The frames will accept the following seat posts all the way to the collar on a RS Reverb, but many riders will find they can upgrade to an even longer post should they choose, given that the actual seat tube length is quite short. Small = 125mm, Medium = 150mm, Large/XL = 170mm.

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Added a new video My Kona - Angi Weston 1/12/2017 2:24 PM

Angi Weston is all about bikes: she's a sales rep out of our Bellingham office and spends her weekends as a professional mountain bike coach focusing on women's skills clinics. She's a shredder, but more than that, an enabler of others to push their own riding and to become more comfortable riding technical terrain.

As a growth-minded teacher and mentor, Angi sees the challenges we face with mountain biking as positive practice for challenging situations elsewhere in life.

"The world needs more people, especially women and girls, who have more faith in their abilities on a bike, and in life." - Angi Weston

Ah yes, Angi truly is a rider, finding those parallels so she can continue to think about bikes just a little bit longer.

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