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Kona Unit X
$1,399.00
For those who love the idea of the Unit’s versatility but want something a bit more capable of climbing, we offer the Unit X. Sharing a Reynolds 520 chromoly frame with the Unit, the Unit X brings a SRAM SX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain and Level T brakes for powerful stopping. The 2020 Unit has a fresh new set of 29" WTB boost thru-axle wheels and can accept a 29x2.6" tire. We’re confident these upgrades make the Unit X the perfect bike for any type of terrain. - Reynolds 520 Butted chromoly frame - Kona Plus rigid fork - SRAM SX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain - WTB ST i30 TCS 29" rims w/WTB Ranger TCS 29x2.6" tires - SRAM Level T hydraulic disc brakes
Kona Wo
$1,599.00
The Wo was our first foray into the fat bike world and continues to be our gold standard. This year we’ve given the Wo a big upgrade with a SRAM SX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, including a wide-range 11 – 50-tooth cassette. We’ve also wrapped the tubeless-ready Sun Ringle Mulefut 80mm Rims in 4.8" Vee Rubber. Roll on! - Kona Fat 6061 Aluminum Butted frame - Kona Wo Fat Disc fork - SRAM SX Eagle 12spd drivetrain - Shimano hydraulic disc brakes - Sun Ringle Mulefut 80 26" rims w/Vee Tire Snow Avalanche and Snowshoe XL TR 26x4.8" tires
Kona Wo
$1,599.00
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 Shimano Deore 11-speed drivetrain, Race Face Ride cranks, and Schwalbe Jumbo Jim 4.8" tires on tubeless-ready Sun Mulefut rims, the Wo gets you where you need to go with ease. Kona 6061 Aluminum Kona 7005 and 6061 Aluminum alloys are used extensively throughout our fleet of mountain and asphalt bicycles. A tough, durable, light alloy, both Kona 7005 and 6061 deliver fantastic, reliable performance that lasts for thousands of rides. Much of our 7005/6061 tubing is butted and/or formed, meaning the tubing’s wall thickness can be increased or decreased as well as shaped, so we can fine-tune a particular frame’s strength and ride characteristics depending on its intended application. 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.
Kona Woo
$2,099.00
The Woo was one of the hottest bikes on our roster last year. Its ability to carry massive amounts of gear with its three-pack cage mounts aboard its carbon disc fork made it a sand and snow bikepacking favorite. This year the Woo gets Shimano’s new Deore 410 hydraulic disc brakes. A SRAM SX/NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain keeps the cranks turning and the 4.8” Vee tires ensure that rolling over anything is possible, and the Purple-Blue prism paint job will keep heads turning all year long! Kona 6061 Aluminum Kona 7005 and 6061 Aluminum alloys are used extensively throughout our fleet of mountain and asphalt bicycles. A tough, durable, light alloy, both Kona 7005 and 6061 deliver fantastic, reliable performance that lasts for thousands of rides. Much of our 7005/6061 tubing is butted and/or formed, meaning the tubing’s wall thickness can be increased or decreased as well as shaped, so we can fine-tune a particular frame’s strength and ride characteristics depending on its intended application. 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.
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