2017 bikes are starting to trickle in at Kona and you can save big on the remaining 2016 models. Swing by the store and see what type of amazing deal is waiting for you! Most bikes are at least 15%-%25 off!

Featured here we have the Kona Process 153. It is easily the funnest bike I’ve had the pleasure of riding. I quickly found myself riding more aggressively than ever before. You’ll find it right at home over at O’ Bannon or a trip to Pisgah, it can even handle the aggresive trails in a bike park. The entry level model is loaded with features… an internal cable routed KS dropper post, tubeless Maxxis tires and super wide WTB rims, Rockshox Pike, Shimano brakes, and a 1×11 drivetrain, SRAM GX derailleur with a clutch for smoother shifting and way less noise.

Mountain biking is constantly evolving… Trails are becoming more flowy and fun, jumps are growing, and style has become just as important as race results. Luckily there is still plenty of steep, technical terrain littered with roots and rocks when you really want to test your skills. Bike companies have caught on to this and are offering bikes fit for the job. Slack head angles, low bottom brackets, and more suspension allow for more confidence when the going gets tough. Fortunately these bikes are lightweight and pedal efficiently, getting you to the top quickly so you can earn your downhill. Trail,all mtn, and enduro bikes are the common terms coined by companies to describe these trail slaying machines ranging from 120mm to 170mm of travel. I’ve seen numerous riders transition from a 100 mm XC bike and really began to develop their skills on a more capable all mtn bike.