Black as night and legendary smooth, the new Stinky D, aka "Stink Hammer", comes stock with SRAM's new internally geared Hammerschmidt FR. Better clearance, easier shifting and no need for a chain guide, the new Stink Hammer is the perfect bike for bike park riding and bomb blaster descents, but because of it's design, is still able to climb to those hard to access goods. The very first freeride bike on the market now looks nothing like it's former self thanks to a decade of refinements. It still does what it set out to do, however; blow your mind.
After weeks of gathering info on tires, measuring the rear yokes for clearance, finding a
wide rim for such the beast the Stinky is, trying to find wheels in-stock (ugh that was a drag)
getting my LBS to string the spokes up, here is the first that I know of, a 2010 Kona Stinky Deluxe 650b is ... Read More »
I've been trying to sell my all mountain rig and had my eye on the Transition Blindside and the Norco Truax. However, someone actually offered to trade me for an 09 Stinky Deluxe. I guess my main question is about FD compatibility. I don't live where there's a ton of textbook downhill, so I am go ... Read More »
Just purchased a new 2009 Kona Stinky Deluxe and wanting to change the rear shock already to an air(haven't received it yet so can't measure it). Tried searching and no luck. Also has anybody tried putting on an X-Fusion H3 LT on a Stinky before?
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I recently bought a brand new 08 Kona Stinky Deluxe. I was thinking about changing the crankset out to a Raceface Atlas FR or a Shimano Saint and changing the wheelset to an Azonic Outlaw. How has the stock crank and wheelset held up on your stinkys? Should I even bother. I read alot of reviews on t ... Read More »