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Dec 15, 2022 at 22:29
Dec 15, 2022

21 Kona Shonky Large

$1400 CAD
Large 2021 Kona Shonky, only ridden a handful of times. My back has gotten too bad for me to keep riding it unfortunately. Fun little whip, mostly used for cruising around town. It's completely stock. Bars were cut down just slightly, but are still quite wide for my long arms. Has Chesterman pedals. Let me know. Text is best.

redridesrule klarko's article
Jan 5, 2022 at 13:07
Jan 5, 2022
Video: Claire Buchar Shreds the Sea to Sky in 'The Chase'
Great film making Skillz and riding.
redridesrule pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 15, 2021 at 1:10
Oct 15, 2021
Red Bull Rampage Fantasy Contest: Win a RockShox Zeb Ultimate
well, since Vestavik is out, and the deadline hasn't come yet, I will change my number 3 to Godziek
redridesrule pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 14, 2021 at 13:00
Oct 14, 2021
redridesrule konaworld's article
Oct 5, 2021 at 0:11
Oct 5, 2021
Video: Perfectly Sculpted Dirt Jumps & Skatepark Bowls in 'While the Sun is Still Here' with Caleb Holonko
Definitely need to see more videos of Caleb riding bikes. Any bikes. Come on Kona!!!!!
redridesrule mattbeer's article
Sep 9, 2021 at 22:53
Sep 9, 2021
Field Test: 2022 Norco Range C1 - The Pedal Friendly 'Downhill' Bike
@Jcmonty: a lot of what @KPJ1230 said. I ride mostly steep gnarly trails, but never felt like my old Enduro held me back. It was a far more playful bike, and pedaled waaay better. It also ran rockshox. The new bike I have is fox and the fork just doesn't really feel great. It's not the top end one though so I might have taken a step back in that regard. Also, my new Enduro is substantially heavier than my old one. I think like 4-5lbs heavier, and it's very noticeable. I also find the chain stays are too long for my preference. I dunno, I basically pedal up roads or shuttle to ride DH trails like everyone in BC, and I just found I preferred my old bike. The new one definitely plows through rough stuff better and is stuck to the ground in a way the old one could only dream of, but I find it a chore to manual and pop off small stuff on the trail.
redridesrule mattbeer's article
Sep 8, 2021 at 23:24
Sep 8, 2021
Field Test: 2022 Norco Range C1 - The Pedal Friendly 'Downhill' Bike
Interesting. I have a 2021 Enduro and I honestly hate it. Can't wait to get something else, but covid has made that difficult! I far preferred my old 2017 Enduro.
redridesrule WhistlerMountainBikePark's article
Aug 31, 2021 at 20:26
Aug 31, 2021
Video: A-Line & Dirt Merchant Trains All Day at the Whistler Mountain Bike Park in 'Greatest Hits'
Was wondering the same thing. Everything from the music, to the colour of the jerseys, to the "okay I'm rolling" was just cringey.
redridesrule dan-roberts's article
Jul 13, 2021 at 13:44
Jul 13, 2021
First Ride: Manitou's New Dorado
@riderseventy7: I don't think Manitou was doing this before all of the big offroad racing suspension was. Baja 1000 has been going since 1967. It's hard to find dates for that specifically, but I don't think it originated in MTB. More likely started with triple or quad bypass shocks for trophy trucks.
redridesrule dan-roberts's article
Jul 12, 2021 at 11:29
Jul 12, 2021
First Ride: Manitou's New Dorado
Easily the best looking fork hands down. It just really annoys me that they swapped the red and blue for compression and rebound?!? That's basically an industry standard colour scheme across all sports including off-road racing, moto, and mountain bikes. Makes no sense to me. I used to have an old carbon Dorado way back in the day, hopefully I can ride one of these new ones one day as well
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