Kona Gravity Team rider Miranda Miller introduces the all-new Process 134. Join Miranda on a Pacific Northwest Adventure aboard the first full-carbon Process bike.
The Process 134 CR DL 29 represents four years of designiterations, mechanical engineering and real-world testing.Born from the beloved Process 111, it ticks all of the longer/lower/slacker boxes while still maintaining the classicKona feel of really freaking fun. A carbon frame features a140mm RockShox Pike Ultimate 2 fork up front, a RockShoxSuper Deluxe Ultimate rear shock and a SRAM X01 Eagle12-speed drivetrain. With a build this sweet the 134 CR DLleaves nothing to be desired.
Kona have gone and produced a bike to cater for an ever growing market who don’t need the full enduro service, but still want to have a good time. This 140mm market, hot off the heels of the SB140 launch recently is producing some incredibly fun looking bikes, and after the much hype around the Process 111 the extra 20mm travel in the familiar Kona fun bundle, this is sure to resonate well among the crowds. This tech video gives a good understanding of where the inspiration came from to develop this bike, and also show the process in how a bike is developed and the numbers decided upon. This thing is ticking many, many boxes in my neck of the woods.
When do you think we’ll see these in NZ?
WHERE is that trail!!