Not a pic but a video instead. My first attempt ever at a 10 feet drop, nearly went too nose-heavy on this!
Love the screenshot cant view the video at work though but looks like from from the teaser.
2004 Dawgmatic. Stock except Fox talas 130mm, bb7, gamut bash, widebars, nevegal tires, VP pedals. Right after a (rare) bath.
About to see action lol.
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2005 Dawg Deelux on snowy ride in the Middlesex Fells yesterday
Me and my 2008 Four Deluxe last April...it sits now at 21.6lbs :)
First time on my new Kona Operator:<object height="720" width="1280"></object>
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So easy and safe to ride with It! :thumbsup:
Konas in action!! Post your pics
Lots of good pictures. Thanks for sharing. I will post mine in a little while.
2012 Kona Hei Hei with RockShox REBA RLT fork and Stans Crest Wheels, carbon seatpost/bars.
Trying out a second bottle mount under the downtube
Son Of Don
before and after...
before and after of my 95 Kona Fire Mountain. completely stock except for the new Surly Karate Monkey 29er fork, Mach 1 wheel with XT hub, El Norte titec stem(60 mil), and race face handlebars. I should be a lot of fun on the streets and on the trails(i'm hoping).
Sad but true, here is my 1997 Ti Kona King Kahuna. Turns out Ti makes a great frame for a training setup because it can actually take all the torsional forces. Looking down at the bike while riding brings back good memories of times together on the trail. Attachment 801438
Entourage in action in Finland. Upgraded the forks to fox 36 float rc2 180's after this day.
Not meaning to hijack this thread for Finland only photos with kreal ;), but here some shots from the first two national Enduro series races. Bike: Process DL
Doing shorter XC-races with my Kona Taro, 50K. And some local DH here in Sweden, and everything between. Did a home-made taco-bash for the e-13. Very happy with the bike!
The HonzoSchmidt made the Porcupine Rim trail as easy as a ride in the park. Attachment 982481
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I've been surprised how capable the new AL Honzo is. I noticed today that in downhills I take same lines as on my 153. Of course have to ride those lines differently but anyway. This video is not example of that though