The new Process 167 model (pictured above) offers 167mm of rear wheel travel paired to a 170mm RockShox Lyric fork with a RockShox Vivid Air RC2 shock, SRAM X1 11-speed kit, KS Integra dropper post and Maxxis DH casing tires it will retail for $4,999.
The Precept 200 has 26-inch wheels and uses a coil-shock version of the Kona Swing Link suspension and comes equipped with a RockShox Domain dual crown fork, SRAM Code R brakes and Maxxis Minion DHF tires for $2,999.
The Wo fat bike returns for 2015. It’s equipped with 190mm sliding dropouts too to clear the 26×4.5 Vee Rubber Snowshoe tires $1,899.
The Humuhumu is a 29-inch wheeled retro BMX-style cruiser with disc brakes, lots of rack mounts and two color options $899.
The Minute is a city and cargo bike that offers fenders, panniers and disc brakes $1,399.
The Esatto DDL is beyond mountain bikes, with a Scandium frame, Shimano 11-speed drivetrain and mechanical TRP Sprye road disc brakes. $1,799
New for 2015 the Kona Big Rove will offer a super-fun flat-bar with 2.0 Schwalbe Big Apple tires $1,199.
Posted by LP, July 15th, 2014