Kona Shred XC Hardtail

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Kona Shred Hardtail Bike 2010. Bikes Hardtail Mens. Kona Shred Hardtail Dirt Jump Bike Aptly named, perfectly built, and ruggedly dressed, the Shred is our crossover out-of-bounds, dirt jump and all round mountain bike bruiser. Built to last and, ahem, shred. Shimano drivetrain, Hayes mechanica ....

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2009 Kona Shred?

I've been riding for about 3 months now just using my friends gary fisher opie. I'm looking at getting my own bike now. I do mainly downhill and dirt jumps but it takes a little bit of uphill and trails to get to them so I'm looking at a good bike for jumping and downhill while still having enough p ... Read More »

American Standard, JT, shred today!

Awesome epic JT Broad Mt adventure today! Jungle humidity, heat, wet rocks, did I say rocks, and 25+ miles of Mt biking. Shout out to the crew from Reading area that came up as well as Novack titanium brothers and Adam Yeti Koback. Trail conditions were fantastic. Can't remember the last time I went ... Read More »

SB2 revealed and ready to shred !

Guys, I'm not sure to understand all this debate about 26", 27.5", 650B, 29", 5 inches, 6 inches... What I can tell you is that at home we have now a brand new ready to shred Yeti wih around 2 inches travel, monopivot and super happy rider ! I can tell you, this is the future... [ATTACH=CONFI ... Read More »

Will it Shred?

Looking to put a FOX G2 geometry 100mm suspension fork on my Karate Monkey. This seems like a drastic change from the steel KM for that comes with the bike. G2 what is that anyway more offset? 100mm will be a change alone, is this a bad idea?Read More »

Knollicious Karavan of Shred 2014 PNW Edition Report

It started as a whisper. A suggestion. Then a nudging. Then RDHfreethought stepped up to the plate and took the lead for the PNW edition of the Knollfest. I think the numbers were fewer than the last Phoenix Knollfest, but a whole 9-10 days commitment is a lot to take on. A lot of folks expressed a ... Read More »

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