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Kona Mahuna

Kona Mahuna doesn’t feel as bomber as the Shred, it’s just as much fun to ride with great shape, excellent standover and a lively and forgiving ride.

£749.00
Score 8

kona hei hei trail

If you look at the geometry on the Kona Hei Hei Trail it appears to have been designed to have more in common with modern XC bikes that its rivals.

£2,499.00
Score 6

kona hei hei

Kona is better known for its freeride bikes but it’s no stranger to XC racing either, the 100mm travel Kona Hei Hei being its weapon of choice.

£4,299.00
Score 9

Kona Process 153 DL 29

The Process has evolved over the years and the latest Kona Process 153 DL 29 sports 153mm of rear travel and a 160mm fork, just like the 27.5in bike.

£3,699.99
Score 7

kona wah wah 2

The Kona Wah Wah 2 takes the original Wah Wah's a large platform, thin profile and grippy pins and brings them bang up to date for today's trail riding.

£59.00
Score 9

The Kona Hei Hei Race DL is the carbon-fibre version of the Hei Hei with Flex pivot suspension to save weight and cost. Slacker trail-friendly geometry for a short-travel 29er.

£3,904.00

Lighter and more agile than the original, the aluminium Honzo has a whole new attitude - £1,199

£1,199.00
Score 9

XX44 head tube makes for a stiff steerer

The 650b Kona Explosif 27.5 is a do-it-all hardtail with a steel frame, 120mm fork and 20 gears

Score 7

Tested: Kona Tanuki Deluxe £1,900

With 130mm of travel front and rear, the Kona Tanuki Deluxe is short on travel compared with many of its sub-£2k peers, but it still delivers plenty of smiles.

£1,900.00
Score 8

Kona invited us to its 2012 bike launch in Crans Montana, Switzerland. Bikes on tap included the new 170mm travel Entourage and the 130mm travel Tanuki trail bike