.... Kona Process Reviews
Kona Process Bike Reviews and Ratings
Summary of reviews for the Kona Process MTB
In this section we have summarised reviews on several of the Kona Process bike models,
the Kona Process 134,
the Kona Process 153,
and the Kona Process 167.
There is a total of 5 reviews from some well-known cycling websites and we've also included links
to retailers who have a good number of customer reviews.
In addition there are also some historic reviews, so you can see the track record of this particular range of bikes.
You can also compare prices and check for discounts on any of these bikes. We check over 10 of the main cycle shops listed.
We've found 3 shops that stock the Kona Process range, with a total of 4 bikes listed.
Kona Process Bikes
28 prices from 3 cycle shops
Check for customer reviews below:
There are also 9 bikes available at discount prices. Here are the top 5:
Kona Process 134 Cr 29er Mountain Bike Large 2020 Large - Powder/Black
Kona Process 134 Cr 29er Mountain Bike Large 2020 X-Large - Powder/Black
Kona Process 134 Cr 29er Mountain Bike Large 2020 Small - Powder/Black
Kona Process 134 Cr 29er Mountain Bike Large 2020 Medium - Powder/Black
Kona Process Dl 650b Mountain Bike 2020 X-Small - Sage
Kona Process 134
Reviews include Dirt Rag Magazine from 2015 (covering the SE and DL model) and
describing the compact design of the SE, which successfully caters for the smaller, lighter rider, whether male or female.
It also comments on the lively handling: for anyone that likes to get their wheels off the ground and have some serious fun and speed on rough terrain, plus the
solid component choice with a great 11 speed gearing range which will adapt to more or less wherever you take the bike.
Mountain Bike Rider has a review from 2015
detailing the frame strength, as it is very solid and will take all sorts of shocks and abuse without problems.
There are also good comments about the ride: that is designed for the bold and tracks really well even on very bad terrain because of the build and rear suspension and the
front fork which was felt to be under-specification for the cost of the bike.
This review gives a rating of 4.0/5.
Kona Process 153
Freehub Magazine from (covers the DL model) and
comments on the ride quality, which makes the bike very agile and manoeuverable on all sorts of difficult, twisty and rough terrain.
Also the review mentions the forks: that get praise for delivering exactly what they should: big travel with stability and good adjustability and in addition, the
fun to ride with good gearing for the climb and a fantastic reward when you get on the downhill run.
Bike Radar has a review from 2014 (covering the DL model) and
detailing the ride, which gives great confidence whenespecially on fast and tricky downhill sections.
There are also good comments about the suspension: that is progressive and maintains composure whatever the terrain or hits it endures and the
climbing which is pretty good unless you have a lot of it, when the combination of weight and tyres can take the edge off the enjoyment.
This review gives a rating of 4.0/5.
Kona Process 167
Reviews include Dirtmountainbike.com from 2014
describing the downhill handling, gives you great confidence on account of the bike's ease of coping with jumps, bumps and all sorts of technical areas.
It also comments on the geometry: which is best suited to bike parks, tricks, big air jumps and rail berms that need rapid and flexible handling, plus the
components that seem well matched for purpose, especially the suspension, but perhaps not as good for the money as you might expect.
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