The Kona Sutra is a high-powered road bike featuring a steel frame designed for the strength and resilience.

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The Kona Sutra is a high-powered road bike featuring a steel frame designed for the strength and resilience required for lengthy riding on rough roads. Sitting underneath the Haole, the Kona Sutra rids itself of its superior countpart’s internal headrest, while at the same time expanding from previous-year models via new chainstay mounted disc brakes for easier fender fit and more fender options, and lighter disc-specific stays and fenders. Like its peer, the Sutra is outfitted with a sloping top tube that allows for more room for correct positioning and free body movement; and a compact rear triangle that helps maintain the right balance between stability and power transfer.

  • Road Bike
  • Steel Frame
  • New Chainstay Mounted Disc Brakes
  • Lighter Disc-Specific Stays
  • Sloping Top Tube
  • Correct Positioning
  • Free Body Movement
  • Compact Rear Triangle
  • Enhanced Stability
  • Enhanced Power Transfer
  • Frame sizes: C49cm, C52cm, C54cm, C56cm, C58cm, C60cm
  • Frame tubing: Kona Custom Butted Cromoly
  • Rear Shock: N/A
  • Fork: Kona P2 TB
  • Headset: TH
  • Crankarms: FSA Omega (49=165, 52-54=170, 56=172.5, 58-60=175mm)
  • Chainrings: 50/39/30
  • B/B: FSA MegaExo
  • Pedals: None
  • Chain: Shimano HG53
  • Freewheel: Shimano HG50 (11-32, 9spd)
  • F/D: Shimano Tiagra
  • R/D: Shimano XT
  • Shifters: Shimano Bar-Con
  • Handlebar: Kona Sweeper (31.8mm, 49=400, 52-54=420, 56-60=440mm)
  • Stem: Kona Road (6°± , 49-52=90, 54-56=100, 58-60=115mm)
  • Grips: Velo Wrap Gel
  • Brakes: Avid BB7 Road Disc 6"
  • Brake Levers: Tektro RL-520A
  • Front hub: Shimano M525 Disc
  • Rear hub: Shimano M525 Disc
  • Spokes: Sandvik Stainless 14g
  • Tires: Continental Contact 700x32C
  • Rims: Alex XD-Lite
  • Saddle: WTB Rocket V Comp
  • Seatpost: Kona Road Deluxe
  • Seat clamp: Kona Clamp Primo
  • Color: Metallic Brown
  • Extras: Pannier Racks
Post Review
08/22/2013 12:57

where is this bike made? Is it USA or UK?

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