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    This has to be the warmest & driest winter since I have lived on the Front Range, so I have definitely been able to put some dirt miles on the Wozo. Different story here at my parents place in Gunnison/Crested Butte. They have had a big yr. This is today's ride hitting some of the groomers off Brush Creek Rd---> Canal & Bonus for those of you familiar with CB trails.

    As far as sizing, I'm right at 6' but all legs with 34.5" inseam. I don't necessarily need the crazy reach the Large Wozo has but I need the LG seattube length. I'm still running the stock 75mm stem but plan to go down to a 50mm. Definite adjustment for me coming from my OG Ripley and HD3, since Ibis tends to have shorter reach bikes compared to most.

    Kona Wozo Review: 420mm chainstay, runs 29+ to 26 x 4.8!-img_1215.jpg

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    So I finally got to ride one on Sunday (thanks staz) and feel the medium should work for me at 5'11". I am though going to wait til the 2018's come out. I emailed Kona and the said around Aug/Sept. I also asked if a carbon model would be in there plans and although he did not say yes he also did not say no either and for me to keep and eye on the website for whats new to come out from Kona....Hmmmmm
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    Wozo in summer "skinny" mode

    I just spent 3 ripping days at Glendo WY trail system with my new 27.5x3.0 wheelse. The Wozo is definitely that elusive "quiver-killer" unicorn of bikes for me. It rode excellently in 27+ all-mtn trail mode. From flowy, twisty to rockgnar tech sections and full throttle off-camber downhills. I am running Hope Fatsno hubs with WTB Scraper 45mm internal width rims and Schwalbe 3.0 tires (Rocket Ron and Nobby Nik). The bottom bracket is at about 306mm height which is a little low for some rocky tech moves, but then it is nice for railing turns (I should note that i have the fork bumped up to 120mm travel). I also lost about 4-5 pounds of the bike compared to the stock wheelset/tire combo.
    Now I have a great snow bike for the winter and the same bike with different wheels as a great all-mtn hardtail for the summer. I couldn't be more impressed with the Wozo overall.
    Kona Wozo Review: 420mm chainstay, runs 29+ to 26 x 4.8!-img_1695.jpgKona Wozo Review: 420mm chainstay, runs 29+ to 26 x 4.8!-img_1704.jpg

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    saw one in person on the weekend, nice ride.

    For anyone looking, Kamikaze Bikes in Collingwood, ON has a large complete for sale ($2600 CAD).

    Not different enough from my Farley 7 (with Bluto and 2 wheelsets) though to consider selling mine to get it. Any my 29+ wheels wouldn't swap over due to the rear hub spacing.
    Toronto, Canada
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    2015 RSD Mayor Bluto (sold)
    2014 Giant TCX SLR1
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