Utility Cycling - Use Your BicycleCygoLite Bike Lights: Engineered to ShineBanjo Brothers Affordable Cycling GearMiiR Bottles one4oneBike Bag Shop -- Grocery, Shopping, Market PanniersBionX: Electrify Your BikePlanet Bike: Better bike products for a better worldOrtlieb Bike Bags & PanniersRideKick Electric Powered Bike TrailerXtracycle Bike Cargo Kits, Parts and AccessoriesChrome Bike Backpacks and Messenger BagsCommuter Bike Store Fuji Tahoe

Kona Smoke

by RL Policar

One of my team mates named Moe Ramirez has recently purchased a Kona Smoke for commuting purposes. He was riding a Giant Boulder to work, but opted for a rigid frame.


Here are some of the specs:
Frame tubing Kona Cromoly Butted
Fork Kona Project Two
Headset Aheadset STS
Crankarms Suntour CW-XCC150
Chainrings 42/34/24
Pedals Kona Jackshit
Chain KMC IG-31
Freewheel Shimano CS – HG 30-8, 11-32t
F/D Shimano Tourney
R/D Shimano Altus
Shifters SRAM MRX-204-8/3
Handlebar Kona Riser
Stem Kona Control
Grips Kona Mooseknuckle
Brakes Tektro
Brake Levers Tektro
Front hub Formula
Rear hub Formula
Spokes 14G Stainless
Tires Tioga City Slicker 26 x 1.5
Rims Alex Z-1000
Saddle Velo Comfort
Seatpost Kalloy SP-242
Seat clamp Kona QR
Color Single Matte Black
Extras Smoky Mudflap Fenders & Mystery Horn

Stay Tuned for a review!

Thule Set $97

One Response to “Kona Smoke”

  1. Gregg Young says:

    To Whom It May Concern:

    I want to purchase a Kona Smoke (large size, as I am 6’2″ with very long legs). What is a good price, and how quickly can I get one? Are they stocked by any local Southern California (eastern Los Angeles County) bike dealers? Thank you.


Leave a Reply