The 2016 Kona Process 111 is an awesome enduro bike. With its 29er wheels it's brilliant for climbing but with the extra room in the cockpit, allows the rider to descend with maximum control and confidence.Kona 6061 Aluminium frame Rock Shox Pike RC 120mm forks SRAM X1 drivetrain Shimano SLX hydraulic disc brakes KS LEV Integra seatpost Maxxis Minion tyres Specification: MTB: Yes Number of gears: 11 Front Axle Type: QR15 Cable Routing: Full Outer Model Year: 2016 Frame: Kona 6061 Aluminum Butted 111mm Travel Fork Material: Aluminium Alloy Fork: Rock Shox Pike RC 120mm QR15 Tapered Steerer: Tapered Front Derailleur Mount: None Dropouts: Replaceable Rear Derailleur Hanger Wheel Size: 29" (622) Wheelset: Novatech hubs laced to WTB STs i19 rims Groupset Manufacturer: SRAM Shifters: SRAM X1 Rear Derailleur: SRAM X1 Brake Type: Hydraulic Disc Brake Brakes: Shimano SLX Levers Brake Callipers: Shimano SLX calipers with 180 - 160mm rotors Chainset type: Single Chainset: SRAM X1 1000 Chainring Size: 32 Tooth Chain: KMC Bottom Bracket: Shimano Pressfit Cassette: SRAM XG1180 10-42t 11spd Cassette Range: 10-42 Tooth Handlebars: Kona XC - BC 35 Riser Bar Tape - Grips: ODI Ruffian MX Stem: Kona XC - BC 35 Seat Post: KS Lev Integra Saddle: WTB Volt Sport SE - Volt Sport SE 250 Tyres: F: Maxxis Minion DHF EXO DUAL TR 29x2.3" R: Maxxis Minion Semi-Slick DUAL EXO TR 29x2.3" Pedals: Supplied with basic flat pedals Warranty: "3 year frame warranty, 12 month parts warranty" Rear Shock - Travel: Rock Shox Monarch RT 111mm travel Fork Type: Suspension Most Playful and Capable Dual-Suspension MTB Ever Made Designed to conquer a wide variety of terrain and riding styles, the Process 111 excels on everything from high alpine singletrack to aggressive technical descending. Short chainstays, a low-slung frame weight and long front center-key hallmarks of the Process platform-enable this 111 to be one of the most playful and capable dual-suspension mountain bikes ever made.The industry-leading revolution in mountain-bike geometry started with the Process platform. The short stem for stiff and quick handling mated with lengthy reach numbers for a confidence-inspiring overall fit and long front center for stability at speed. Add short chainstays, to maintain maneuverability in technical situations, and a low BB for an in-the-bike feel. The lowest standover possible on all sizes, while short chainstays benefit cornering, jump-ability and overall bike stiffness. New frame features for 2016 on the 111: a lighter seat tube, seat tube gusset and chainstay.Rockshox Pike RC Suspension Fork Your trail could be a silky smooth ribbon of singletrack, or a rock-infested goat trail in the Alps. Either way, the 120mm Pike fork will get you through.SRAM 11 Speed Drivetrain The SRAM X1 integrated drivetrain engineered in Germany for every rider and every trail. The simple, smart and synchronized design delivers confidence in the face of any terrain Shimano Hydraulic Disc Brakes Shimano SLX hydraulic disc brakes with Deore 180 - 160mm rotors provide immense stopping power, at high speed, whatever the weather conditions.WTB Wheelset WTB STs i19 double wall disc specific rims are laced to Novatech sealed bearing hubs, with bolt through axles front and rear. These are wrapped in Maxxis Minion tyres, to give you a great wheelset for attacking even the gnarliest terrain at speed.
|2016 Process 111 FS Mountain Bike Specification|
|Bike Type||Mountain Bikes|
|Mountain Bikes Type||Full Suspension|
|Retailer||Chain Reaction Cycles|
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