Kona was founded in 1988 in Ferndale, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia. Named after the founders’ love of Kailua-Kona in Hawaii, Kona has forged a sterling reputation, particularly in mountain and cyclocross bikes. Kona still has the same owners and continues to make bikes for people who love ’em.


Jake the Snake continues to represent a fantastic race-ready cyclocross value, now in green and with disk brakes. Jake the Snake has it all: Good looks. Predictable handling. Sweet components. All with the reliable stopping power of disk brakes.


The Kahuna is a very solid 29er with a 10-speed drivetrain, solid aluminum frame and saucy components. The Kahuna also displays why Kona continues to thrive in the mountain bike market against much larger competitors: predictable handling — not too quick, not sluggish. Right where you want it.


The Rove Lately people have been talking all this Gravel Road Bike or Gravel Grinder or Road Bikes that Take Big Tires. Meet the Rove. Steel. Comfortable. Fun. Move star. Few are the people who ride the Rove and are able to resist its charms.