Kona reviews and news
Kona is an American bicycle company founded in 1988, with offices in Ferndale, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia.
With its roots in the Pacific Northwest, it's no surprise that Kona was at the forefront of the freeride movement of the late 1990s and early 2000s. The company also had notable success in cyclocross, with racers such as Ryan Trebon and Barry Wicks spending time on the Kona team.
Kona continues to build downhill, all-mountain, trail and cross-country bikes in addition to road, cyclocross and commuter models.
BikeRadar's Kona page brings you all the latest news and reviews of Kona products, including downhill bikes such as the Operator and Entourage, 29ers like the Satori and Honzo, and commuter bikes such as the MinUte.
New bikes from Kona and Canyon and bits from Hutchinson, Salice, Rapha, Azonic and more
Three new mountain bikes that ditch front derailleurs
Two new platforms: carbon downhill and disc cyclocross
All-new enduro trail bike a taste of what's in store
Touring bike with front rack
Tough touring or commuting bike
Enduro bike from American off-road specialist
Hardtail pedigree gives a ride that's serious fun
Stealthy singletracker ready for the long haul
Entry-level downhill bike