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The All-New Kona Remote 160 is a Different Bike to Everyone - 'Chapters'

See what Kona's newest ride means to a variety of mountain bikers and discover what sets it apart.

 

There’s no denying the fact that electric bikes are here to stay. At Kona, we believe in bikes—all bikes. When we sat down to figure out the best way to ride as much as possible while having as much fun as possible, the result became clear: make an electric bike that rides just like a Process. The result is the brand new Remote 160.

Electric bikes mean something different to everyone. Whether you’re someone just looking to ride farther, a busy parent trying to squeeze in a ride during a hectic schedule, a pro athlete using the bike for training, or someone who’s been given a second chance at riding after illness or injury, the Remote 160 is the perfect tool to get you out and rolling around on your favorite trails.

Sherry Staples
Trevor Porter
Jim Brown
Caleb Holonko

 

Based on our award-winning Process platform, the Remote 160 is the ultimate enduro E-bike. Powered by Shimano’s natural-feeling E8000 drive unit, the Remote 160 will get you deeper into the woods, more laps on your favorite trail, and more miles under your belt. Featuring 160mm travel front and rear with a RockShox Lyrik Select fork and Super Deluxe trunnion shock, SRAM Code R brakes with 200mm rotors, and a SRAM GX/NX 12-speed drivetrain, the Remote 160 is a performance-based machine ready for big adventures.

Process-inspired geometry makes for a fun, lively ride across all terrain.

The bike is powered by the Shimano E8000 motor.
160mm of travel supplied by a RockShox Lyrik Select fork and Super Deluxe shock.
The all-new Kona Remote 160.

Remote 160 colors vary slightly by region. In North America, it is available in grey, in Europe, both grey and seafoam, and everywhere else in the word in seafoam.

Looking to jump into the world of electric bikes? Visit your local dealer today or check konaworld.com for purchasing options in your area.

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