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JoeyBratten RichardCunningham's article
Mar 14, 2015 at 13:06
Mar 14, 2015
Australian National DH Championships - Day One Practice
Come to England and every man and his dog has a bike with specs to WC level or better as there's no sponsor restrictions on the kit they can run.
JoeyBratten Richu's video
Mar 5, 2015 at 15:16
Mar 5, 2015
video
Rad vid, you guys where lucky with the weather, I was there all summer, was shocking!

Selling
Feb 22, 2015 at 11:37
Feb 22, 2015

$ CAD

Added 6 photos to for-sale
Sep 9, 2014 at 6:55
Sep 9, 2014
Selling
Sep 9, 2014 at 6:52
Sep 9, 2014

Kona Carbon Operator

$1950 GBP
So the sad time has come to sell my Kona. I've owned the bike for three months from new and it has just been amazing! The only reason I'm selling it is due to going back to uni and I shall be buying another one when I finish next year. This bike is actually amazing, corners like nothing else, the short rear end makes it fun and light to move around but the carbon frame is so stiff it goes where ever you want it. The best of both worlds really. The top tube is nice and long too, everyone I have let sit on her, has said how good it feels and I have to agree. It's the first bike I feel fits me at 6'1". I have changed a few parts on it from what is standard. I upgraded the bar and stem to a RaceFace Sixc 800mm 35mm bar and Atlas 35mm DM stem. Literally the stiffest lightest bar going. I also changed the pedals to Burgtec penthouse because you know, these are the best flats you can get. Just chucked a Maxxis DHR2 Super tacky on the front too! Bike looks new, hardly any marks on it and it still has 4 years and 9 months warranty for the frame and 9 for parts, I would be prepared to deal with any of that side of things for you too. The bike is in Lincoln but I can deliver to the birmingham area as I'm over that way often. Frame: Kona DH Carbon w/6061 Aluminum Stays 200mm Travel Fork: RockShox Boxxer RC 200mm 20mm DO Wheelset: Sun MTX33 Sleeved rims with Formula Hubs Shifters: SRAM X7 Rear Derailleur: SRAM X9 Brakes: Avid Code R Cranks : Shimano Zee Chainring Size: 36 Tooth Bottom Bracket: Shimano Press Fit 104.5mm Cassette Range: 11-28 Tooth Handlebars: Race Face Sixc 800mm 35mm Grips: ODI TLD Stem: Race Face Atlas DM 35mm 50mm length Seat Post: Kona DH Saddle: WTB Volt Sport SE Tyres: Maxxis High Roller II DH And DHRII 26x2.4" Pedals: Burgtec Penthouse Warranty: 5 year frame warranty, 12 month parts warranty (minus 3 months)

JoeyBratten mikelevy's article
Aug 28, 2014 at 10:38
Aug 28, 2014
Prototype Marzocchi Dropper Post - Eurobike 2014
I don't get why you want so much drop? Surely 125mm of drop gets the saddle out of the way when you don't need it?
JoeyBratten mikelevy's article
Aug 13, 2014 at 3:51
Aug 13, 2014
2015 Specialized Demo - Design and Development
Was nico vink not running a 2015 650b gambler at loose fest?
JoeyBratten redbullbike's article
Aug 7, 2014 at 10:59
Aug 7, 2014
Claudio's Course Preview: Windham DH World Cup 6
I'd like to see you be able to ride that at their pace, it might be easy to skid down on your brakes, but I'm sure it'll be a whole different story at race pace.
JoeyBratten mikekazimer's article
Aug 3, 2014 at 10:53
Aug 3, 2014
First Look: Giant Reign and Glory 27.5
It's like one of the easiest frames to make from carbon too! Nothing complicated like a split seat tube or anything!
JoeyBratten BLURMEDIA's video
Jul 30, 2014 at 8:56
Jul 30, 2014
video
Bit disappointed tbh, expected to see him hitting the huckfest line, not some standard bike park trail.

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