Kona Bikes: Three’s Not a Crowd

When the multi-talented Kona Maxxis Shimano CX Team rider Kerry Werner took delivery of his Process 153 CR DL 29 team frame earlier this year, he just knew there was something (extra) special about it.

Kerry Werner may be best known for his cyclocross prowess, but he’s also a ripper on the XC bike. It can be hard choosing between your two loves, but it gets even trickier when a third bike makes an unexpected appearance. What’s a rider to do?

Kerry’s dry east coast wit, exemplary riding skills, and his love for his entire quiver are showcased in this hilarious video. 

The bikes:

Kona Major Jake

The Major Jake is the perfect bike for the serious racer that is still looking for something they can take on long cross-training rides. The full carbon frame and fork make light work of climbs and punchy, steep obstacles. 700x33c Maxxis All Terrane tires, SRAM Rival 1x drivetrain, and hydraulic disc brakes make this bike race-ready right out of the box.

Kona Hei Hei

Decades of cross-country racing and punishing rides have helped us refine our long-standing XC race bike. The Hei Hei features updated geometry for a more comfortable ride, a shorter stem length, a 120mm travel RockShox Revelation RC fork, a SRAM NX/GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, more powerful Shimano brakes, and deep dropper post-insertion.

Kona Pocess 153 CR/DL 29

The 153 CR DL plays like a fun bike but has the chops to go toe-to-toe with your local EWS pro. With the likes of Kona EWS team riders Miranda Miller, Connor Fearon, and Rhys Verner at the helm, you know this bike is ready for the biggest days. Spec’d to the hilt with the new RockShox Lyrik Ultimate fork and Super Deluxe rear shock, SRAM Code RSC brakes with 200mm rotors front and rear, and a SRAM X01 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, this Process 153 CR DL is ready to be raced, ripped, and rallied down any trail.

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