Kona is one of those companies that is focussed on the ride and riders, and put their money where their mouth is by employing all manner of bike nuts (like Spoke’s dearly departed former guru Caleb). There are some cool little insider videos on their site, and this episode looking inside the life of Trevor Porter is one of the best… He takes a spin around the Squamish trails on the Process 153DL, which we review in Issue 64 out now.
Allow myself to introduce… Myself.
Kona is a company packed with amazing and talented people. People with families, people with cool interests and as you probably guessed, a whole bunch of people that ride.
We want you to meet these people face to face, to get to know them and have a look behind behind the scenes and to see what makes everyone here tick. The best way to do that? Throw a party, dump your keys in a bowl at the door and don a name tag.
After a bit of an internal discussion it was decided it would be best if we just opted for the name tag part of that equation and kicked the bowl of keys to the curb. Instead, we’d like you to join us at a virtual mixer. The My Kona video mixer.
To kick things off in our new My Kona series of videos we’d like to introduce you to Trevor Porter. Trevor works out of our Canadian office. Like most of us at Kona he handles a few different responsibilities. Trevor is the sales rep for British Columbia, works in the Kona Product Group and takes care of Canadian SuperGrass riders. But he can tell you all that (and more) in person.