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    Looks sharp,man,my next bike needs to be Orange!

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    Just picked up 2006 kona coilair. No pics yet, not enough posts, and I've been fighting with the dhx air 5.0, my fat but bottoms it out down the driveway. Not sure if I over paid, got it for $950a w/ some gear, bleed kit, new tubes + tires + grips. Has gravity drop seat post (undecided on this, thinking of going stock). Looked at other bikes new/used from used ex9 and 06 stumpjumper to new ex3. This seemed to be best bang for buck. Can't wait to get that rear shock adjusted so I can ride

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    Oops, forgot to introduce myself, my name is john from Vegas. Upgraded to kona from giant sedona hardtail. I'd love to meet/make some new friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fit4mma View Post
    Just picked up 2006 kona coilair. No pics yet, not enough posts, and I've been fighting with the dhx air 5.0, my fat but bottoms it out down the driveway. Not sure if I over paid, got it for $950a w/ some gear, bleed kit, new tubes + tires + grips. Has gravity drop seat post (undecided on this, thinking of going stock). Looked at other bikes new/used from used ex9 and 06 stumpjumper to new ex3. This seemed to be best bang for buck. Can't wait to get that rear shock adjusted so I can ride
    put some air in it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chadalex78 View Post
    put some air in it...
    im 200lbs and 150psi is plenty stiff for me.. Sometimes I go lower, depends how much slack and travel I want on that particular trail.

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    Lol, been trying. I fill it, then when I remove the pump I let the air out. And for everyone that says it the air in pump not shock, well your wrong lol. Put correct psi in, then rode with pump attached and it was great, take pump off and soft city.

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    Congrats on the ride.

    Pick-up a pump..specific for SHOCKS/FORKS. Search the SHOCKS/SUSPENSION forum, as you will find some excellent tips on setting up the DHX AIR 3.0 4.0 and 5.0 shocks.

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    Yep, using fox shock pump. Maybe something else is issue probably user error lol :-)

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    DHX Air 5.0 block of wood

    Check this link...could be helpful

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    6'1 230# (clyde?) dropping a 4' cliff-to-hill on the Stowe Town Loops trails, on a 2000.5 Stinky Five. With the hill, the full drop is about 5.'

    Good times!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzz541 View Post
    6'1 230# (clyde?) dropping a 4' cliff-to-hill on the Stowe Town Loops trails, on a 2000.5 Stinky Five. With the hill, the full drop is about 5.'

    Good times!

    I dig Stowe ... gotta get back up there sometime ... it's been years.
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    Hello,

    I've got two Kona's currently. A 2007 Coiler and a 2010 One20 Deluxe. I got the Coiler as my first "real" bike after realising I was getting more serious about my riding, and my 20 year full rigid Trek was just not up to the task. Love the Coiler! So comfy, does everything I want it do plus I am sure it can handle way more! Only downside, its heavy and for 99% of the riding I do just don't need an AM bike like that. So got the One20, SOOOO much lighter! Have not had too many rides on it yet, but so far really pleased with it. I loved the Coiler so much, thought getting another Kona made sense. Post your Kona's!(and introduce yourself)-2007-kona-coiler-002.jpg

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    Hi folks,

    My name is Nino, I'm from small but beautifull country Croatia. This is my baby:

    Kona Blast 2010. (upgraded with few things)




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    Hey all.

    My new Kona. 2011 Steely. Soon to come upgrade is some Wah-wah pedals (can't stand the stock pedals), other than that loving it.

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    I have to admit a bit of nostalgia was involved in the purchase as the first Kona bikes I rode were all steel. Never owned one but I rode plenty of my friend's bikes (Cider cone, Lava Dome, Fire Mountain and Hahanna). Now I'm lusting over a Unit as a second bike .

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    Hi folks,i'm mark from ireland and a fellow kona rider.I ride an old fateful 2007 kona blast which has got ton's of abuse over the year's but has nothing has ever broken or fell apart on it.

    I have joined the forum to get some pimping advice for it,i want to upgrade the braking system,peddles and tyre's but don't really know of what makes or parts to go for so any tips are welcome.

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    If you want more power then you can upgrade to bigger rotors. If you want a new brake system then Shimano seems to be doing a pretty good job these days. Of course there are plenty of other good companies. Pedals? Time and Shimano are the best. Crankbros lost somewhere along the line. Tires are a purely personal and terrain based choice. Faith an' magora to ya!

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    Hey guys here's an '04 Dawgmatic I picked up last year. Was just sitting in some guys garage. Changed the bars, brakes and rims to make it a bit more AM capable. Love this bike!
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    My Vintage Cindercone

    This is my vintage (circa 1995) Cindercone. I have swapped the pedals for Shimano clipless and changed the shifters,front and rear mechs to Shimano Acera. I know that they are entry level but as i'm just returning to MTB and only do undemanding trails, I felt that was all I needed The original Suntour shifters unfortunately siezed due to non-use
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    Kula upgrades

    Just put on Raceface next carbon bars and a 60mm stem. Finally my bike doesnt feel too big for me. Its 19" and Im only 5'7" and has always been a bit too big but now with the short stem it feels great to ride. Ive only ridden it on the local paved tracks, I cant wait to go on some singletrack with it next week. I think they make it look pretty sexy too!
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    Not enough of a post count to add pictures, but I will add some later.


    Currently riding a 2010 Caldera, and so far I am pretty pleased with it.

    The only thing that has been a bit of a pain so bar is bleeding the M575 discs. You need a stupid cup thing which is a royal pain. One of the biggest engineering oversights I have encountered yet on a bike. None of the local shops even carry the cup, so I had to order it from the UK...

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    Newcomer asking advice on a Nunu

    I used to have a Fire Mountain, back in the early 90s in the UK. Loved it, the 16" frame was a good fit. haven't ridden since, I'm looking to get back into mountain biking. I saw this bike for sale, a 1999(?) Nunu. I can't post links here, but it's for sale on raleigh dot craigslist dot org. Search in For Sale/Wanted on Kona - it's the first hit.

    It says 15" but I don't think it came in 15" so it's probably either a 14" or a 16". Can anyone tell just by looking at the pictures? You may be able to save me a trip out there. Based on my previous experience I'm looking for a 16", although I'm open to advice if someone thinks a 14" would work for me. I'm a 5'6" male,and I wear 30-31" inseam pants.

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    Paddy,check this out.
    BikePedia - 1999 Kona NuNu Complete Bicycle

    I just did a Google image search (search for Kono Nunu 14"and click "images"on upper left) saw the one on bustedspoke.com,and think it would be too small for you.

    My Lava Dome is a 19" and I have a 31"-32"inseam...fits me great.
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    Guess I'll post mine while I'm here

    2001 Lava Dome rescued from craigslist yesterday for $200.

    Really diggin the steel so far and love that it's in really great condition for a 11year old used bike.At the price I paid I feel comfortable spending a little on upgrades.Looking for some tires that will work good for road and trail as this will basically be my XC bike.Also researching forks that will work on this frame.Id like a moderately priced reliable suspension fork,and am still undecided about running a disc up front with a rim in back.Pretty sure on going 1x8 and tubeless also.

    I was going to wait to post after upgrading but thought,maybe some of you could help me make a few decisions
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    Thanks, Cornfield. The reference picture of a known 14" helps. It's a bit difficult to tell because the picture at brokenspoke is taken at an angle and the one on craigslist is taken side-on, but the one on craigslist looks to be a bit bigger (the 14" looks to have an almost straight line between the top tube and the seat stays, where the one on craigslist appears to have more of an angle).

    Anyway, there's enough of a question that it's worth me going out for a test ride. Not many Konas come up for sale here.

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    Hello I'm Jon from Dallas ga not new to mtb but looking at a mona explosif 14.5 frame wondering if will be good size wise. The PO says he is 5-9 a d was great for him. And I'm 5-10 short pegged.

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    Well it was an 18" frame so I bought it. Will post pics shortly

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    You know, its actually kind of hard to find an older HT Kona in my town. I want to find a frame to build into a nice trail bike. The search continues........

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    Vern from Colorado Springs here, this is my first Kona and first MTB for that matter. Stock 2012 Kona Hei Hei 2-9. Loving it!
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    Satori

    Here is my Satori (size 20)

    Swapped out 2x10 crank for 3x10, dropped big ring, added bash and stinger
    Rear wheel is hadley hub laced to salsa semi 29 on a geax gato 2.3, front wheel changed out now too but doesn't show in pic. That IMO is the only weak spot on bike, the crappy flexy easton vices.
    Changed to 90mm stem
    I live in eastern MA north of Boston and the bike kills it around here. I'm 6'2 240lbs and the 20 fits me perfect.
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    My 2010 Unit rigid SS 29er (18")

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    I'm really good looking.

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    Does anyone own the Fire Mountain? Are the good bikes?

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    Just picked up my first Kona bike. A 2012 Tanuki Deluxe (already modified by adding Kona Wah pedals). Can't wait to get out and ride it tomorrow!
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    Whats up with the lack of Kona's here from recent years here? Most of the bikes I see in this thread are from 2000-07.
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    Here's a couple of Kona's. Mine is the Garbanzo.


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    hey guys i dont find any kona dawg suppreme here ? please review and send some pict please

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    My 2010 Unit SS with ODIS fork, e.13 cranks, and Flows on Hope hubs.
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    My Tanuki wears haven

    finally found a last unit with my size 16". was offered a good deal if i take it. suspected this 12' tanuki had been sitting around 6~9mths. almost went for a trance x but its kinda too common here these days. brought it home without bike rack in trunk. got a set of haven wheels with DH tubes to minimise maintenance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TPT924 View Post
    Vern from Colorado Springs here, this is my first Kona and first MTB for that matter. Stock 2012 Kona Hei Hei 2-9. Loving it!
    Hei-Hei Vern! SWEET RIDE! I picked up the same bike in in January. Same story first Kona and (real) mountain bike too! Love my mine as well. Didn't take long for me to taco the front wheel, so now I have a Mavic TN719 on there, which is much stronger than the stock. I still have the stock rear though. I put a WTB Speed V gel saddle on it. Didn't like the Kona stock saddle. I also put Ergon GS-2 grips on it. Love these for long ride comfort. The bar ends are pretty short so they don't really hang up on anything, but they do help clear the brakes and shifters when you have to flip it over for a tube change, so that was kind of a weird perk I never expected.

    Now I'll tell you my favorite set-up change. I swapped the shifters and brakes so the brakes are now inboard on the handlebar. This let's me position them so that I only need to use my index finger to brake, which leaves more fingers wrapped around the grips to maintain control of the bike. It looked goofy to me at first when I tried it, but I don't even notice it now. I find one-finger braking helps me modulate the brakes better too. Try it if you're interested. I'm no expert by any means but I really do prefer this set-up for braking and control. Enjoy the bike!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 88kona88 View Post
    finally found a last unit with my size 16". was offered a good deal if i take it. suspected this 12' tanuki had been sitting around 6~9mths. almost went for a trance x but its kinda too common here these days. brought it home without bike rack in trunk. got a set of haven wheels with DH tubes to minimise maintenance.
    That's a great looking bike! Bet it performs like a beast. I'm pretty big, 6' - 205-lbs, So I ride a Hei-Hei 29er, but I would still love to ride one of those Tanukis. Really just a gorgeous bike - Congrats!

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    happy to find the kona page

    hi,
    new to the forums - realized i should've gone with the screen name "old guy". i'm a big fan of old, retro konas and wanted to introduce myself and my 1995 cinder cone. really enjoy seeing all the variety here!
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    my dawg 2010

    shes not finished yet new fork, wheels,headset
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    ... and if we just ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jman0000 View Post
    That's a great looking bike! Bet it performs like a beast. I'm pretty big, 6' - 205-lbs, So I ride a Hei-Hei 29er, but I would still love to ride one of those Tanukis. Really just a gorgeous bike - Congrats!
    Thanks, Jman! stock RS tora air & Fasktrax FR 130mm travel supported me well with confidence for a 5"7" 140lbs~ stock ardent really grips sand dirt loose stones nicely and with the haven as crispy as claimed i could feel suspension working on all impacts~

    only issues i have are the racing saddles (bit tough for a noob, my butt cheeks hurts) and under top frame tube cabling system, didnt like the idea of mounting on car rack rubbing frame so had to purchase extra saris beam~
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    My first Kona 2012 Kahuna Delux, 16". Overlook Mt Bikes hooked me up last weekend! Picture is after first ride. So far so good. Only mods: changed pedals to Speedplay and swapped the saddle after the photo was taken.
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    hi there peeps, heres my Kona Stinky Six 2009 next to my Specialized Hardrock Sport 2005. not long had it, gna start DH/FR
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    95 sex one. working on rebuilding it but no $$$.

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    Kona Nunu 2003 - rebuilt

    Found this Nunu on the local trading board and have rebuilt it for my girlfriend.

    Not much remains from original, and I was able to use parts that came off my Giant to upgrade the Kona.

    Its a great frame, a bit chip and bruised but the ride feel is excellent. Think m next bike might have to be a Kona too!

    Managed to get a great deal on the retro LX crank set and it matches the rear derailleur too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tastycorn View Post
    2002 Bear Deelux. Got the frame end of last season and built it up.

    Seems to be the only coil sprung Bear/Dawg Deelux out there. I'm a little nervous about switching to air cause I'm a little heavy (200 lbs) and ride real hard. I'm one of those maniacs who accelerates into rock gardens just to see what'll happen.

    Any other maniacs out there on Dawgs have blowouts on the floats?
    I have a good 50 lbs on you and haven't had any issue with air shocks. In fact, I only ride air shocks since my weight tends to fluctuate with my activity level and changing springs is not a viable option for me.

    I tend to smash into rock gardens myself and haven't had any issues whatsoever with my shocks.

    Food for thought. Many of the contestants at this last Rampage used air shocks. A 30ft drop puts far more stress on a shock than a heavy guy smashing into a pile of rocks.

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    Here are the latest pics of my 2012 Kona Hei Hei 29. I'm Jman and I'm an Engineer in Texas. I love going to the local trails and tearing them (and my bike and myself) up!






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    some nice bikes in this thread, i will post a pic of my kona as soon as i get a chance!

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    Kona Dawg

    Here is my Kona Dawg up at Demo Forest/Nisene in Aptos. Its one of my favorite rides
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    Kona Raijin aka Ti-Fighter

    Here are a few pics from my ride yesterday and introducing my Ti-Fighter. Thanks to Neil and Tani at The Path for convincing me to spend money Loving the bike so far!

    Oh, I've been on here for a while but since this is an introduce yourself thread, my names Jordan and I have a site where I post all sorts of goodies, A Gentleman's Word | Active Lifestyle Magazine.





    Link to all the pics from yesterday: RR: Maple – Peak – Motorway | A Gentleman's Word



    Current build includes:

    19-inch Kona Raijin Ti frame made in Tenessee by Lynskey
    Fox F29 100mm fork
    Niner carbon wide bars
    Ergon GS-1 grips
    Specialized Phenom saddle
    Kent Eriksen Ti “sweetpost” Seatpost 27.2 set back
    Shimano XTR Cranks setup 1×10
    MRP Chainguide
    SRAM X0 rear derailer and shifter
    Shimano XT Brakes
    King SS cages
    Crank Brothers Eggbeater pedals (Green custom 2Ti versions coming soon)
    Thomson 90×0 stem
    Stans Arch wheels
    Specialized Captain S-WORKS 29×2.1 front tire
    Specialized Fast Trak 29.2.0 rear tire
    SRAM Cassette (unsure which model)
    Chris King headset

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    Just bought a kona cadabra



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    Kkk

    Been riding my King Kahuna for about 9 months now. Amazing bike, my 2nd kona. Can't wait to get another one, probably a Cadabra/Satori!
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    My 2006 Kona Unit

    Upgraded the stock Shimano 17T freewheel to a White Industries (MADE IN USA!) ENO 20T freewheel. I am loving the new freewheel's buzzing sound when coasting!
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    2012 Kona Unit

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    I'm Tim. I was happily riding a Scott Scale 29er when I decided to buy my wife a simple but fun 29er mtn bike. I found a Redline Monocog Flight 29er on CL and bought it. After taking it to a local trail I knew I'd never be happy riding anything but a single speed from then on. Hence the leftover 2012 Unit. I've made a few changes and will make more as needed or as cash flows. I have approximately 200 miles on it now and get an ear to ear grin every time I ride it. Eventually I'll upgrade the wheels, headset and possibly the stem. I started with a Crank Bros Iodine stem but had to set it aside when the carbon fork came in, the Ritchey just happened to be in a box in the garage. I've also changed saddles recently to a Specialized Phenom.

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    Tanuki DL

    Late summer this year I was up at our cabin in the Truckee, CA area, noticed all the cool guys cruising in their trucks with their downhill bikes hanging over the tailgate. I'm too old to be a cool guy but I had to get a piece of the action anyway so I hit a couple shops and after a brief test ride I dropped the plastic down on the 2012 Tanuki deluxe. Knowing nothing about mountain bikes I feel very fortunate that I found a shop with this bike in stock on the day my impulse hit. So far I've ridden it around the Folsom lake area and am having a blast with it. We replaced the pedals and seat day of purchase but I have no other upgrade/changes planned. A lot of fun to ride!
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    Hi all! New to the forum. I'm a spanish rider from Madrid. I own a Kona Daug Deluxe from 2007 (the dark green one). I've upgraded a few things on her, including going 2x9 with 36 and 24t chainrings, bigger brakes, shorter stems... Next in line is a new fork. I'll post pictures as soon as I can!

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    2011 Coilair

    Just built up this Coilair frame I got off of Ebay. I switched all the parts over from my KHS Velvet. I only have a couple rides on it, but I'm really liking it so far, very plush. It weighed in at 29lbs.
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    Kona Cadabra 2012

    My ride:
    Frame: Material Kona Scandium 69 Butted Aluminum 100 -160mm travel
    Size: 19"
    Rear Shock: Fox Float RP2 w/BSD, kona air auxiliary shock - rebound
    Fork: FOX 32 Talas RL 150mm w/15mm Kashima
    Crankarms: Shimano M552
    Chainrings: 42/32/24
    B/B: Shimano
    Pedals: Shimano M530 Clipless
    Chain: Shimano CN-HG74
    Freewheel: Shimano HG8I 11-36 10 spd
    F/D: Shimano SLX
    R/D: Shimano Deore XT Shadow SGS
    Shifters: Shimano SLX
    Brake Calipers: Shimano SLX
    Front Brake Rotor: Shimano SLX 200mm
    Rear Brake Rotor: Shimano SLX 180mm
    Brake Levers: Shimano SLX
    Headset: FSA No.57E
    Handlebar: Kona XC/BC Riser 710mm
    Stem: Kona XC/Road 90mm
    Seatpost: Kona Double Clamp w/offset 31.6, 375mm
    Seat Clamp: Kona QR
    Grips: Kona Race Light LOG
    Saddle: WTB Silverado
    Front Hub: Easton XC Wheelset (110x15)
    Rear Hub: Easton XC Wheelset (142x12mm)
    Spokes: Easton XC Wheelset
    Rims: Easton XC Wheelset
    Front Tire: Maxxis Ardent 26x2.25 Kevlar
    Rear Tire: Maxxis Ardent 26x2.25 Kevlar
    Paint Color: Brushed Black/Lime Green/White
    Weight: 13.8kg (factory spec.)




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    Kona Cadabra 2012

    My ride:
    Frame: Material Kona Scandium 69 Butted Aluminum 100 -160mm travel
    Size: 19"
    Rear Shock: Fox Float RP2 w/BSD, kona air auxiliary shock - rebound
    Fork: FOX 32 Talas RL 150mm w/15mm Kashima
    Crankarms: Shimano M552
    Chainrings: 42/32/24
    B/B: Shimano
    Pedals: Shimano M530 Clipless
    Chain: Shimano CN-HG74
    Freewheel: Shimano HG8I 11-36 10 spd
    F/D: Shimano SLX
    R/D: Shimano Deore XT Shadow SGS
    Shifters: Shimano SLX
    Brake Calipers: Shimano SLX
    Front Brake Rotor: Shimano SLX 200mm
    Rear Brake Rotor: Shimano SLX 180mm
    Brake Levers: Shimano SLX
    Headset: FSA No.57E
    Handlebar: Kona XC/BC Riser 710mm
    Stem: Kona XC/Road 90mm
    Seatpost: Kona Double Clamp w/offset 31.6, 375mm
    Seat Clamp: Kona QR
    Grips: Kona Race Light LOG
    Saddle: WTB Silverado
    Front Hub: Easton XC Wheelset (110x15)
    Rear Hub: Easton XC Wheelset (142x12mm)
    Spokes: Easton XC Wheelset
    Rims: Easton XC Wheelset
    Front Tire: Maxxis Ardent 26x2.25 Kevlar
    Rear Tire: Maxxis Ardent 26x2.25 Kevlar
    Paint Color: Brushed Black/Lime Green/White
    Weight: 13.8kg (factory spec.)




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    Hello, my name is Yunghan and I posted this on the vintage retro board, but this is my latest bike reclamation rebuild.

    1994 explosif
    with a Marzocchi Bomber Z2 bought for 60 bucks.
    restored w/
    Deore XT m737 crankset
    Deore XT m737 rear deralleurs
    SRAM 11-32 rear cassette
    SRAM chain
    Ukai EX-17 rims with Deore m510 hubs and Panaracer Fire XC pros
    New SS rear deralleur cable
    Alloy GT platforms bought for 5 bucks used at a local LBS. These were supposed to be temp pedals, but they kinda grew on me because they are bomb proof.
    Chainstay guard.
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    2013 Kona Unit

    Hi everyone, this is my first Kona






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    I'm Óscar from Madrid, Spain. Hi all!

    This is my Dawg having a rest in the forest near my home.
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    hello guys,

    this is my "new" Kona:
    No problem. I have a dictionary...

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    Kona Unit

    Hi guys, here's my Kona Unit, the new raw steel model. I built it up as a 2x9 with a custom WTB/Hope wheel set. Going to cut my steerer tube down just a bit, otherwise I'm done with this build, except for maybe a tubeless conversion down the road.
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    Nice Bike Cackalacky,

    I'm going to try your setup soon.

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    Thanks pulsarxxx. Good luck with your build. I can def. recommend it, mine's been great so far. Not hard at all to set up gears on the Unit, and frame seems rock solid.

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    Cackalacky nice ride! How are you liking that wheelset? I was thinking of the same setup for my Honzo....are the new Hopes quieter as they are rumored to be?

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    Hi Cackalacky, what is the weight of your bike now?

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    Thanks CBizzie. Wheelset is awesome. They are stiff and fairly Iight. I could have saved even more weight with the i19's, but wanted the i23 width.

    I was worried that the Hopes would be annoyingly loud but I don't even notice them. They are louder than my xt's for sure, but they don't bother me.

    Pulsarxxx, not sure of the weight, hope to get a scale soon though. I don't mind a little extra weight if it gets me some durability. Good luck with yours, nice looking bike! I like the simplicity of an SS but gears are def. nice to have.

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    Post your Kona's!(and introduce yourself)

    My name is Jeremy and I love my Kona.
    It is a 2010 Coilair with a few mods.
    I love this bike.
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    If anyone ever find some selling a 2012 Mahuna (olive green color) in a size small, give me a shout. Thanks in advance.......and yes, I have been on Craigslist, eBay, Pink Bike, here, etc.

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    Hey i'm new here. I went to a bike swipe looking for a Gunnar ruffian, i found a Kona Kula 2-9 frame. I saw scandium, price and couldn't resist. I'm a weight weenie. I had an older Salsa (scandium) and bike was under 19 lbs. It's time for a WW 29 SS. I had no idea that Kona's where made in Washington, USA.

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    Name: Howeler
    From: San Diego,CA
    Type of Rides: Long climbs and rocky singletrack DH.

    My first Kona was a '97 King Kikapu and was a great bike back-in-the-day. I cried when it was stolen by a tweaker in Big Bear CA.

    I now have a 2013 Satori. Rides like a Kona should - Superb!

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    Cheers!
    It wasn't me

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    Kona Fire Mountain 2012 I'll change the tensioner with BB mount ASAP - I hate drop out tensioner.

    Jack - West Java Indonesia.
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    hi

    I am Andreas from Greece and i have a Kona Kahuna 29er
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    Re: Post your Kona's!(and introduce yourself)

    My 2 week old Unit 2012.
    Got a really nice deal since its the old model.
    Very comfortable bike, legs just need to get used to having only 1 speed





    Only "upgrade" so far are a set of XTR Trail pedals. Next upgrade after 300 miles when I know what the bike needs.


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    I'm soon to be riding a brand new totally stock 1995 fire mountain. As soon as I figure out how to load pics on here I'll post some. This bike was overstock and must have been lost. It has been sitting in its box for almost 18 yrs.

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    i hope this works...

    i suppose i lied... the bike is not 100 percent stock as i kept my old platform petals.

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    Post your Kona's!(and introduce yourself)-my-upgraded-bike.jpgKevin here, showing my Kona Cadabra 2011

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    I've got a Blink, first bike since being a kid when I had crappy Apollo.

    It's been fun blasting about on this thing, heavy as hell though for a h/t and the weekly swap of tyres from the Nevegal to some more road friendly Conti DoubleFighter 2's for the commute back and forth to work has become a bit of a drag but the tyres aren't the bikes fault.

    Anyway, it's the bike which has made me feel like a kid again and got me on proper trails for the first time ever and thanks to it I've went out and bought a Commencal Meta 5.5 (2011 full carbon edition) frame to use as my trail bike. Can't wait to get that all built up.

    The Kona though will remain with me forever, it'll last trust me, it'll be my daily commuter and the bike I jump on to blast through the streets to the shop.

    It's gonna grow old and tatty with me.

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    Oh and I convinced the lass to get a bike and she's riding a Kona Fire Mountain (now she just needs to ride it more often, hopefully some summer riding will convince her)

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    Looks good. You wouldn't want to trade an 02 Bear Dee-Lux for it would you ?

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    Nah Chris, I want to keep the Blink for the slog back and forward to work, h/t is a must for that one plus it comes in handy in the winter when it's muddy as hell, got a bit more mud clearance.

    I've got one of these now for my f/s fix

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    Kona fire mountain

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    First ride on my new Raijin yesterday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HillClimber823 View Post
    My name is Jeremy and I love my Kona.
    It is a 2010 Coilair with a few mods.
    I love this bike.
    Nice bike, glad you like it. However that is not a 2010, its a 2008-2009. In 2010 the design was changed and for the better I might add. Anyhow just wanted to clarify for you enjoy.

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    Hello, I'm Burnsey and I have a cycling/purdy bicycle addiction... 2013 Raijin.

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    Fred.

    Just picked up this taro not so long ago.





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    Not a fan of the color but i dig the v brake setup. Plans for it? Commuter?

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    This build is nothing special (in fact that is the whole point) but provides a lot of fun for us..


    The frame is a "Hahanna" with matching fork and stem, perfect for a taxi/commuter bike.


    Taxi to daycare during the week, Limo for leisure rides during the weekend..


    Ps: I always love old Kona hardtails

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    UK rider here saying hi.
    I started riding in 'properly' 2005 (at 14)and this was my first bike- Kona Cowan. I loved it and rode it everywhere.

    I then developed as a rider and have owned so many different brands and types of bike. Such as this CX SS..


    Now I've come full circle 8 years later- Kona Explosif 650b.



    Bring on some dry trails and warm summers.
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    2011/12 Kona Hei Hei 29 team frame.

    • White Bros Loop 120 fork
    • Fox RP2 100mm rear shock
    • Loaded AmXc wheelset
    • Hayes Stroker Trail brakes with Ashima Airotors
    • Loaded AmXc ceramic headset
    • Raceface Evolve 80mm stem
    • Crank Bros Cobalt3 700mm handlebar
    • SRAM XO 10spd gripshift
    • SRAM X9 type 2 medium cage rear derailleur
    • SRAM 2x10 crankset 26/39
    • Ergon grips
    • Spank Spike pedals
    • Deda 20mm setback post
    • WTB Rocket V saddle
    • WTB Bronson TCS 2.2 tires


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    Quote Originally Posted by kingdom View Post
    UK rider here saying hi.
    I started riding in 'properly' 2005 (at 14)and this was my first bike- Kona Cowan. I loved it and rode it everywhere.
    Awesome!

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    1995 Hahanna 1 x 7

    Hi, Max from Melbourne, Australia.

    This is my 1995 Kona Hahanna 1 x 7 speed with homemade chain device.

    - Deore LX 7 speed shifters/canti levers
    - Deore XT rear derailleur
    - Deore LX canti brakes with red Kool Stop pads
    - 38t FSA single chainring
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    Kona Firemountain

    I really wanted a Kona Explosif from the mid to late 90's but plan on seeing if if it's a capable offroader.

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    Good job!

    9 months weekly 20 miles riding and stock parts still work well~
    no excuse for upgrades~
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    Hello all. Here's my 2005 Caldera that I just picked up as a bare frame. This is what I've done to it so far after four hours of cleaning and working on it. I've always wanted a Kona so I'm pretty stocked about getting this one trail ready.

    So far it had a Marcozzi Bomber fork, Bontager wheel set, Dura-Ace BB, and a few odd and end bits.


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    2009 Kona Fire Mountain

    Hello, this my daughter's first real bike and it is also our first Kona. It's a 2009 Kona Fire Mountain we picked up from CL.

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    She loves it so far and can't wait for better weather to go on some rides.

    Joe

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    2012 Kona Kahuna

    Just picked up my first Kona after years of lusting and saving! 2012 Kahuna... love it (after changing the pedals)!
    Please visit my bike blog! And if you click a few banner ads, I wouldn't complain!
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