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Posted: Aug 8, 2014 at 10:02 Quote
jules13 wrote:
ahh ,ook ,,thanks anyway Smile
downie wrote:
It's a special shop in the netherlands. There still in proto fase though
Cheers !

Posted: Aug 11, 2014 at 2:47 Quote
iv'e got a kona bass, and a kona caldera{in process of selling}Big Grin

Posted: Aug 11, 2014 at 13:02 Quote
Just finished - for now.......

2000 KONA BLAST FORD FOCUS EDITION

2000 Kona Blast Ford Focus Edition
  2000 Kona Blast Ford Focus Edition

2000 Kona Blast Ford Focus Edition
  2000 Kona Blast Ford Focus Edition

Posted: Aug 11, 2014 at 13:10 Quote
Rad! I love the look of older/retro Kona's, especially the hardtails.

Posted: Aug 12, 2014 at 12:14 Quote
id prob put bigger wider handle bars on it,maybe bigger wheel set&tyres,maybe bigger brakes,,but man ,love the '99- '00 kona name decals, its a nice bike ,im into it Smile Drool
Canadian43 wrote:
Just finished - for now.......

2000 KONA BLAST FORD FOCUS EDITION

2000 Kona Blast Ford Focus Edition
  2000 Kona Blast Ford Focus Edition

2000 Kona Blast Ford Focus Edition
  2000 Kona Blast Ford Focus Edition

Posted: Aug 13, 2014 at 0:50 Quote
Already has wider than stock bars.
I forget how wide but they are only 25.4's.
Personally I would install 31.8's x 680.
Wheels are 26 and tires are 2.10.
Better brakes not necessarily bigger.
Hydraulics would mean a little modifying as the slots are only for cable.
But this bike will not be ridden hard so everything suits it.
It looks small, but rides like it's big.
Very comfortable.

And the glow in the dark decals......priceless

Posted: Aug 13, 2014 at 2:01 Quote
deadly/... I have a '99 manomano& yes I agree ,the glo in dark decals are priceless,,thats what I like about the older kona's Big Grin
Canadian43 wrote:
Already has wider than stock bars.
I forget how wide but they are only 25.4's.
Personally I would install 31.8's x 680.
Wheels are 26 and tires are 2.10.
Better brakes not necessarily bigger.
Hydraulics would mean a little modifying as the slots are only for cable.
But this bike will not be ridden hard so everything suits it.
It looks small, but rides like it's big.
Very comfortable.

And the glow in the dark decals......priceless

Posted: Aug 19, 2014 at 9:12 Quote
here's my 2 currently, I've had the humuhumu for a few years, did a lot of work to get it up to snuff. I just picked up the cinder cone last week....needs lots of work...I've never seen such a worn drivetrain.

Posted: Sep 29, 2014 at 9:35 Quote
My 2012 Abra Cadabra (already sold this summer) and 2014 Process 153 DL.

Kona 2012 Abra Cadabra
  Kona 2012 Abra Cadabra

Riding down a huge platform of red rocks in Houcheng Hebei.
  Riding down a huge platform of red rocks in Houcheng, Hebei.

Kona 2014 Process 153 DL custom
  Kona 2014 Process 153 DL custom

Curving a corner. Still need practice. Photo Copyright by mazhimage

Posted: Oct 12, 2014 at 14:59 Quote
Here is my 07 Scrap, currently working to get this running perfectly
My project Kona Scrap 2007

Posted: Oct 21, 2014 at 16:48 Quote
My 2011 Operator FR

Posted: Oct 31, 2014 at 5:08 Quote
Repainted my operator when I had it.. If I ever get a downhill bike again it be a operator...

Kona operator

Posted: Nov 22, 2014 at 14:07 Quote
My Coiler

Photo essay of my Kona Coiler custom rebuild.

My Coiler 2007 before modification.


 
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