Kona Process All Mountain Full Suspension

5/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

  • Frame Material: Kona 6069 Aluminum Butted 150mm Travel
  • Rear Shock: RockShox Monarch R HV
  • Fork: RockShox Lyrik R Coil 160mm
  • Crankarms: Sram S1000
  • Chain: Sram PC1031

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by am rider

Date Reviewed: January 17, 2014

Strengths:    good bike for downhill and uphill

Weaknesses:    nothinh

Bottom Line:   
i wanted a do it all bike that could do downhill but also uphill and freeriding and it does it all i also have raced enuro with it and took it up to norhtstar in tahoe and it help up fine on the dh

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Kona Process 153 2015

Wohoo, was super lucky to get hold of Process 153DL 2015. Frame is just the same as 2014, but there is changes with specs. Biggest being that drivetrain is 1x11, also handlebar has 0.5 inch more rise. Other Hubs are better in my opinion and in general looks better with black spokes and cool colours ... Read More »

Process 2013 sizing

Just wondering what the 5'-10" / 31" inseam people are riding (including stem length). thanks in advance.Read More »

2014 153 Process stock

Hey all, This is a last ditch effort, but I've contacted dealers and looked all around my area for an XL Process 153. Specific model doesn't bother me much, but I can't wait until Late Dec/Early Jan for a bike. Anyone know of a shop with stock on the floor, or maybe a bare frameset on the wall so ... Read More »

2015 SC Heckler R vs Kona Process 153

Been back an forth on this for awhile and I haven't gained ground. I've rode a Bronson. Heckler in the lot, same with the Kona. No demos fom either near to my city. Any one test both? Preferences? Both have similar kit. SC seems rearward heavy. Kona is heavier overall. Kona has a KS pos ... Read More »

My Process 134 build

Yes, after owning a couple of nice 27.5 bikes previously, I have been very slightly dismissive of this wheel size for me, my terrain and riding style here in Phoenix. That said, I've been trying to find a fun, suitable rig to serve as a backup to my Enduro 29 S-works. I have no qualms stating, af ... Read More »

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