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    Any word on Paddy Wagon pricing & availability?

    So, I think I want to get this bike, but I have not been able to find any info regarding pricing or availability. Anyone have the scoop? Thanks.

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    "The Paddy Wagon should be available by September, and I don't have the price handy yet. All the info should be online within the next three weeks or so.
    Thanks!
    Joe."



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    According to Kona's website, the pricing is :
    PRICING: USA $649 CANADA $749 EUROPE 669 UK 1,100

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    It's actually 450 in the UK not 1100, I think they've got their exchange rate a bit wrong

    They've been out here for a good few weeks now, having had a quick play with one in the shop it feels surprisingly heavy.

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    Dealer tells me they're in stock at Kona as of yesterday and available for order.

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    Saw one on the shop floor two weeks ago, $650. Pretty dialed bike for the bucks.
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    Anyone have any info on tire clearance on the Paddy Wagon?
    I see it comes stock with 28s, but I'm wondering if it can run fatter cross tires.
    Thanks.

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    I was looking at mine last night thinking the same thing. I think the frame/fork could take the cross tires but the brakes may be another story.

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    In the Uk it actually costs 500

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