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    Kona Process 167

    Anyone would be kind enough to recommend a reliable suplier where I could order a Kona Process 167 large frame? I live in Brazil, so it gets more complicated than usual, import/export burocracies and fees... I could make a deal on an used frame either. Thanks in advance!

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    Cambriaoutfitters.com

    thepathbikeshop.com

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    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudster View Post
    Cambriaoutfitters.com

    thepathbikeshop.com
    Bought my 134 & 111 from path, Tani is a great guy to do business with.

    My 153 & Honzo came from cambria and they treated my well and had super-fast shipping. Jenson now carries kona as well and are good to work with.

    Those are pretty much my three go-to bike shops for large purchases.

    BTW, the 167 is a rad bike.

    HTH- Marcus
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    Thanks a lot for your tips! I see you like Kona Bikes. I never had one, but always admired the brand. Living in Brazil with its closed market and outrageous taxes, there are not many options to mountain bikers, unless you are very rich (not my case). I ride a Rocky Mountain Slayer that I bought second hand from a friend fortunate enough to travel to Whistler every year. Itīs an excellent all mountain bike, but itīs a medium frame and I should be riding a large one. The Kona Process 167 is the only 26 wheelsize left standing in the market. If I could get a large frame I could move all the parts of my current bike to it. Moreover itīs a rad bike, like you said, perfect for the type of riding I do. The only trail next to where I live is a DH trail and I have to get there pedalling. Thereīs a tough 4km climb on the way. No DH bike will get up there pedalling, haha Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedromayall View Post
    Thanks a lot for your tips! I see you like Kona Bikes. I never had one, but always admired the brand. Living in Brazil with its closed market and outrageous taxes, there are not many options to mountain bikers, unless you are very rich (not my case). I ride a Rocky Mountain Slayer that I bought second hand from a friend fortunate enough to travel to Whistler every year. Itīs an excellent all mountain bike, but itīs a medium frame and I should be riding a large one. The Kona Process 167 is the only 26 wheelsize left standing in the market. If I could get a large frame I could move all the parts of my current bike to it. Moreover itīs a rad bike, like you said, perfect for the type of riding I do. The only trail next to where I live is a DH trail and I have to get there pedalling. Thereīs a tough 4km climb on the way. No DH bike will get up there pedalling, haha Cheers!
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    The supressor is another option if you cant get the 167
    https://www.transitionbikes.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATXZJ View Post
    NP

    The supressor is another option if you cant get the 167
    https://www.transitionbikes.com
    I didnīt know the Supressor. Really liked it!

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