29-Inch Wheel (29ers)
You're in full lycra glory as you line up for Saturday morning's cross-country race, but Sunday afternoon is all about baggies, friends, and probably a beer or two. Kona's Hei Hei Supreme makes the transition as easily as you do. The Race Light Carbon frame features Kona's Fuse Independent Suspension and a RockShox Monarch XX shock for 100mm of efficient, traction-loving travel. A 120mm-travel RockShox RS-1 fork ensures precise steering, small bump compliance, and a love for those bigger bumps. 29-inch WTB carbon Ci31 wheels offer instant acceleration, will hold their speed, and are tough enough for rowdy, rock-filled descents. SRAM's 12-speed Eagle drivetrain gives you quick, solid shifting and a gear-range that's ready for the steepest grades and the fastest sprints. A big engine needs powerful brakes, so Kona hooked it up with SRAM's Guise RSCs for all the control and modulation you could ask for. A KS dropper post and stiff, wide RaceFace cockpit give you an edge on your competition and extra fun all around.
The Lava Dome is kind of like your best friend, but in bike form. It’s awesome in the dirt. It’s awesome to rally around town. It’s awesome poking around neighborhood singletrack, and it does it all in a dependable way. 29-inch wheels and a frame that’s been steadfast longer than most of your friends, the Lava Dome is the bike buddy you’ve always wanted.
Whether you're just starting out in the sport of mountain biking or it's your very first bike, the Zaca has everything you need to get out and have fun on two wheels. It's built with an alloy frame for lightness and rolls on 29-inch wheels that are great for everything from cruising around the neighborhood to exploring mild singletrack. An 80mm suspension fork keeps you on track over rocks and roots, and cable disc brakes provide plenty of stopping power.
Diamondback's Recoil Comp is a trail bike that harnesses the power of full suspension, for riders who want to put hardtails in the dust. Its aluminum frame revolves around a tried-and-true optimized single pivot suspension design, saving your ride and your pocketbook. With 100mm of smooth air suspension both front and rear, you’ll find the 29” wheels stay planted on both climbs and descents, giving you amazing traction and control. 27 gears of Shimano precision allow you to keep spinning no matter how steep the climb is, and hydraulic disc brakes keep everything under control when it’s time to point it downhill. We put aggressive Kenda Honey Badger tires on our Doublewall rims for maximum grip. The Recoil Comp is a great choice for riders who want a dependable full-suspension bike to rip any trail.
That little voice in your head is telling you it's time to ride, and Raleigh's Tekoa couldn't agree more. With a lightweight aluminum frame as its backbone, the Tekoa is ready to tackle your daily singletrack shred or your first season of mountain bike racing. An SR Suntour fork soaks up chatter and bumps like a champ so you get fast and stay fast; meanwhile, big 29-inch wheels wrapped in Kenda tires roll over rocks and roots with ease. And with a Shimano 24-speed drivetrain at the ready, the right gear is always just an effortless click away. The Tekoa is topped off with rugged Raleigh components ready to stand up to the test of time!
Racing isn’t for everyone, but for some, it is everything—even if it's only on Strava. Whatever drives you to grab a number plate and join the fray, Kona’s Hei Hei AL is prepared to get you to the finish line ahead of your competition. Its butted aluminum frame and RockShox Monarch RL shock gives you 100mm of rear travel, while a 120mm-travel RockShox Recon fork floats across rock gardens. The wide, lightweight 29-inch WTB wheels fly up climbs and optimize the traction of the Maxxis Ardent and Ikon tires so you can fly through the flow and grip with confidence in loose corners. SRAM serves up 11 nicely spaced speeds with outstanding 1x chain retention. SRAM also provides hydraulic brakes that deliver the well-modulated braking you need to carry more speed more of the time. With the stiff Kona cockpit and a Trans-X Dropper dropper post, you'll blow right past your buddy's fastest Strava time.
Taking a cue from the Hei Hei Trail, the Satori is a longer-travel cross country bike wrapped in an affordable package. 29-inch wheels keep the Satori rolling fast over obstacles while a RockShox Recon Gold 140mm travel fork and RockShox 130mm custom tuned Solo Air rear shock keep the ride smooth. With Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, Deore drive train, and a dropper post, you have everything you need right out of the box.
If you love the feel of a 29er and the get-up-and-go of the racy Hei Hei Trail DL, the Satori DL is the perfect companion. With a custom drawn aluminum frame and FUSE rear end, the Satori was built from the ground up to ride like the wind. Featuring a SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain, RockShox Revelation fork, and custom tuned Rockshox Deluxe RL Solo Air rear shock, the Satori DL has everything you need for big days in the saddle.
Once upon a time a bunch of mountain bikers dreamed up something wild: a drop bar bike that felt like a mountain bike and rode like a mountain bike. It was made of steel for that added bump absorption, had powerful SRAM Rival 1 hydraulic disc brakes and 1x drivetrain. It had a wider bar with a 16-degree flare that made for more aggressive descending. The Sutra LTD came to reality in all of its dreamy glory and is an absolute riot on-road or off.
Full squish bikes may get all the attention these days, but nothing compares to riding a hardtail on the trail, and the Honzo CR Trail DL is perhaps the one bike that can steal the limelight. Its aggressive stance, nimble-handling carbon frame and mischievous attitude are characteristics that were born on Pacific Northwest trails, from the days when the ride was all about playing and having fun, even when things turned burly. A RockShox Pike RC Solo Air fork eats up 120mm of chunk and chatter while you nail your line. WTB's wide, Asym i29 29-inch rims and aggressive Maxxis Minion/Ardent tires roll with speed and hook up in loose, rocky conditions. The Shimano XT 11-speed drivetrain effortlessly gets you to the top, while the Shimano SLX hydraulic brakes offer smooth, easy modulation. Kona added a KS dropper post to expand the bike’s capabilities even further, while maintaining its clean lines. Ride for fun, ride for glory, ride Honzo.
Built for sporty cross-country mountain biking, the Aguila features a lightweight alloy frame paired to terrain-smoothing 29-inch wheels that roll over rough trails with ease. The Shimano Deore 1x10 drivetrain shifts briskly to keep you in the flow, while the hydraulic disc brakes ensure you have control on steep descents. Up front, the SR XCM suspension fork supplies 100mm of travel with a hydraulic lockout feature so you can mash your way down the trail while getting the most response from your effort.
For the rider who wants to travel light and fast but is seeking something affordable, the aluminum Hei Hei reigns supreme. With a RockShox Sektor 120mm fork and a Monarch Solo Air rear shock, the ride will always be lively when needed, but plush when it matters. Coupled with a SRAM NX 1x11 drivetrain and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, the Hei Hei answers all needs in a simple package.
$1,199.00 - $1,550.00
The Karate Monkey helped set the standard for 29er geometry. While its tucked-in rear wheel keeps it nimble and maneuverable, its lack of shifting componentry keeps the bike simple — and the rider filled with a cathartic rage. With a frame and fork made of custom-designed Surly CroMoly “’Natch” steel, the Karate Monkey delivers a resilient, lively, durable ride. The Karate Monkey frame has recently been updated to include features like internal dropper post routing, a new tubeset that uses the same trumpet tubes found on their Instigator 2.0, and a slight tweak in geometry that is more progressive and trail oriented. The minimalist component package comes courtesy of SRAM, and a capable Alex wheelset rounds out this trail-ready monster.
The benefits of full suspension aren't exclusive to superbikes. The Recoil uses a simple single-pivot design to deliver the smooth ride that comes from a bike that's doing everything it can to maintain traction underneath you. Four inches of front and rear suspension travel combine with 29" wheels to take the edge off all but the biggest roots, holes, and rocks on the trail, giving you a plush and smooth ride. The frame is built using butted and formed aluminum tubing, a standard of light weight and durability in the bike world, so it's ready to brave the mountains with you. You'll be rolling for seasons to come with a trail-proven parts build including a Shimano 3×8 speed drivetrain, Tektro disc brakes, and solid components all around.
The Honzo is the bike that redefined Kona’s goal to push the limits and do something radically different. From biking to work to getting creative in the bike park, the Honzo inspires serious fun. A 120mm RockShox Recon fork, SRAM NX 11 speed drivetrain, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes equal the perfect blend of fun and fast.
Full squish bikes may get all the attention these days, but nothing compares to riding a hardtail on the trail, and the Honzo CR Trail is perhaps the one bike that can steal the limelight. Its aggressive stance, nimble-handling carbon frame and mischievous attitude are characteristics that were born on Pacific Northwest trails, from the days when the ride was all about playing and having fun, even when things turned burly. A RockShox Revelation RC Solo Air fork eats up 120mm of chunk and chatter while you nail your line. WTB's TCS i29 29-inch rims and aggressive Maxxis Minion/Ardent tires roll with speed and hook up in loose, rocky conditions. A SRAM GX 11-speed drivetrain gets you to the top, while the SRAM Level T brakes offer dialed control. Kona added a KS dropper post to expand the bike’s capabilities even further while maintaining its clean lines. Ride for fun, ride for glory, ride Honzo.
It’s nice having that one bike you can just grab and go with no worries about how it will handle on the climb or descent. We’ve built the Process 153 29 to be affordable and handle everything a trail can throw at it so you can spend more time having fun and no time worrying about your gear. This year, the frame sheds a few hundred grams of weight and features 160mm of front travel via a RockShox Yari fork, and 153mm of rear travel is provided by a Deluxe RT Debonair shock. SRAM NX 1x11 drivetrain, Guide T brakes, Maxxis tires, and a dropper post round out the build.
KHS made the shreddy Tempe 29er for one reason—rowdy good fun on fast and flowy singletrack. The short rear end and slack head angle create a nimble machine despite what its wheel size may suggest, and with a 100mm SR Raidon fork you'll feel confident ripping through rock gardens and boosting trailside hits 'till you're out of gas. The Tempe is built with a Shimano SLX 1 x 11 drivetrain, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and tubeless-ready WTB STP i23 rims wrapped in fast-rolling Kenda Saber Pro tires, and it's all bolted to a sturdy and lightweight alloy frame that's sure to create big grins.
The KHS Team 29 puts you one step closer to the podium thanks to a light and stiff MSD carbon frame that transfers every bit of input into efficient forward motion. Mavic Crossmax Light 29-inch wheels back the frame's responsiveness with great rollover capability and acceleration, while Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer precise control through the corners. Shimano's legendary XT 1 x 11 drivetrain keeps you on the gas with quick and smooth shifting. And, this race-ready build is topped with a Q2 carbon seatpost, Wren carbon handlebar, and a WTB SL8 Pro saddle.
The KHS Team 29 FS puts you one step closer to the podium thanks to a light and stiff MSD carbon frame featuring 100mm of rear travel paired with a 100mm Fox Float 32 fork. Mavic Crossmax Light 29-inch wheels back the frame's responsiveness with great rollover capability and speed, while Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer precise control through the corners. Shimano's legendary XT 1 x 11 drivetrain keeps you on the gas with quick and smooth shifting. This race-ready build puts you comfortably in command with a Q2 carbon seatpost, Wren carbon handlebar, and a WTB SL8 Pro saddle.
The Honzo CR is for the discerning customer who knows exactly what they want in a bike. Kona’s Carbon Trail frame is light and stiff and rides predictably. A 120mm RockShox RC Revelation Fork, SRAM Level T brakes, a KS Lev dropper, and Maxxis rubber create quite the compelling package in this super fun trail bike.
You’re an informed buyer. You know exactly what you want in a bike, but you don’t want to break the bank. The Kahuna is your jam. Featuring a 1x SRAM NX drivetrain, RockShox suspension, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and fast-rolling, tubeless-ready WTB 29-inch rims, this bike is the complete package.
A classic Kona hardtail in a 29-inch version, the Mahuna is ready to explore your favorite trails. Big wheels help you keep your momentum over challenging obstacles, while extra grippy WTB tires and 100mm of RockShox front suspension inspire confidence when things get tricky. When you’re ready to point it downhill, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide powerful stopping power. When you’re ready to wander off the beaten path, the Mahuna is your go-to bike!
New this year is the Process 153 CR 29. We’ve taken the amazing ride quality from our Process 29 and stiffened and shaved weight off the bike with our Kona DH carbon frame. With a 160mm RockShox Lyrik fork up front and a RockShox Super Deluxe RCT Debonair shock in the back the ride is buttery smooth. A SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain, Reverb Dropper and Guide R brakes round out this killer build.
KHS made the shreddy Tempe 29er for one reason — rowdy good fun on fast and flowy singletrack. The short rear end and slack head angle create a nimble machine despite what it's wheel size may suggest, and with a 100mm SR Raidon fork you'll feel confident sending it into rock gardens and boosting trailside hits till you're out of gas. The Tempe is built with a Shimano SLX 1x11 drivetrain, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and tubeless-ready WTB STP i23 rims wrapped in fast-rolling Maxxis Ikon tires, and it's all bolted to a sturdy and lightweight alloy frame that's sure to create big grins.
It’s not easy — creating a race-ready, lightweight bike that sacrifices nothing in performance but doesn’t break the bank in the process. But you’re looking at that very bike right now. The Overdrive 1 29 C features a stunningly lightweight carbon frame as well as a competitive mix of components that includes RockShox’s Recon Gold RL fork, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and a simple and precise SRAM NX single-ring drivetrain. Want to ditch the tubes and enjoy the maximum grip and comfort that tubeless tires bring to the party? Diamondback's own Blanchard 25 wheelset is tubeless compatible. And since this is a 29er we’re talking about, you’ll find those big Blanchard wheels maintain their speed incredibly well and roll easily over rock gardens and roots.
The classic 29er hardtail — that’s the best way to describe Diamondback's premier aluminum model. They've taken their strong and light aluminum 29er frame and increased the stiffness and handling precision by adding Boost 148 rear spacing and thru-axles front and rear. The Overdrive 29 2 is also dressed in an envy-provoking parts package that includes a plush and confidence-inspiring RockShox Reba RL fork, strong Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and a SRAM GX/NX 1x drivetrain that provides you plenty of granny gear for the ugliest of climbs, without the complexity of a traditional front derailleur system. Thanks to its 29er wheels, cleaning tricky rock sections and log-overs is a whole lot less tricky on this big wheeler, and since you can never have enough traction — particularly on a hardtail — Diamondback equipped this Overdrive with their own Blanchard 25 tubeless ready wheelset.
The Ogre can get you to your job during the week, then way out of town on the weekend. It’s not sluggish on pavement or gravel and can also hold its own on singletrack. Ogre has many of the same features as Troll — horizontal slotted dropouts with Gnot-Boost spacing, a tweaked non-suspension corrected geometry, and a beefy tire clearance — but in a 29er platform. - Surly 4130 chromoly steel, main triangle double-butted frame - TIG-welded, Horizontal slotted with derailleur hanger, Gnot-Boost spacing allows the use of 135mm QR hub, 142 x 12mm thru-axle or 148 x 12mm Boost hubs. Features Rohloff torque arm slot and threaded eyelets for fenders, racks and Surly trailer mounts - Full-length Surly Trip Guide housing line guides for derailleurs and brakes; two sets of bottle cage mounts; upper seatstay threaded barrels, mid- and low-blade fully threaded through-blade fork eyelets; threaded holes for racks, fenders and trailer mounting nuts; Rohloff OEM2 axle plate mounting slot - Disc brakes only. Disc mounts are 51mm IS. Note: rear disc brake is limited to 160mm maximum rotor diameter and requires the use of Surly caliper adaptor (included with frames and bikes) - Frame is ED coated for increased life expectancy - Tire clearance for 29 x 2.5” or 27.5 x 3”
For fast cross-country mountain bike pursuits, the BNT 29 is equipped to make every ride a personal best. It's built with Reynolds 520 Chromoly steel for great handling and durability and features a Manitou Marvel Comp 120mm suspension fork that's fully adjustable to suit your desired feel on the trail. Tubeless-ready WTB rims are wrapped in 29 x 2.30-inch Maxxis Ikon tires for a great blend of speed and traction, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide plenty of stopping power to keep you in control at all times. A Shimano 2x10 drivetrain, Kore handlebar and stem, and WTB Volt saddle finish the build.
The Process 29 DL ups the ante in value and spec. Kona’s lighter weight aluminum frame is equipped with a carbon rocker for strength, a Rockshox Yari 160mm Charger fork and Super Deluxe RC3 Debonair rear shock. Climb swiftly with SRAM’s NX/GX Eagle drivetrain and stop with confidence with Guide brakes and a 200mm front rotor. The DL also arrives tubeless ready and with a dropper post.
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