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    Kona 150mm Prototype

    Spotted:

    Kona 150mm Prototype-220a481e892db38fbe5dfeba149005da136489093077.jpg

    Four Bar Linkage 150mm
    Pike Fork 150mm
    Potentially Easton 27.5 Carbon?
    Prototype Maxxis?

    BikeRumor's link:

    Kona 150mm Prototype-kona-prototype-650.jpg

    There is some debate about whether the bike in question is even 27.5, hard to tell.
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    Wow! So amazing... I'm sure it's 650b. Curious that the brakes are blurred out...

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    Definately not a 650b...
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    LOL, I will bet you a million Internet dollars it's 650b.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pas de Dopage View Post
    LOL, I will bet you a million Internet dollars it's 650b.
    Looks flexy... water bottle mount is in the wrong place...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattsavage View Post
    Definately not a 650b...
    I saw that bike in person; it's a 650b prototype.

    Note the Easton rear wheel as well... (ENVE rim upfront.)

    We should know more at Sleaze Otter.

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