Get Fat! The Kona Wo and Woo Are Back!

Get Fat! The Kona Wo and Woo Are Back!

Kona Bicycle Co. (United States) - Press Release: The world of fat bikes is unlike any other. There is no questioning whether or not you can make it across tricky terrain. The answer is yes. Yes, you can roll over that sandy section. Yes, you can plow through that rock garden. And you can do it while carrying a ton of gear on the Woo or Wo with their ultra-fat 4.8” tires. Fat bikes have taken people across deserts, the arctic, and through every terrain trap possible. Where will yours take you?

Woo:

The Woo was one of the hottest bikes on our roster last year. Its ability to carry massive amounts of gear with its three-pack cage mounts aboard its carbon disc fork made it a sand and snow bikepacking favorite. This year the Woo gets Shimano’s new Deore 410 hydraulic disc brakes. A SRAM SX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain keeps the cranks turning and the 4.8” Vee tires ensure that rolling over anything is possible, and the Purple Blue prism paint job will keep heads turning all year long!

Wo:

The Wo has been a staple in our fat bike lineup for a few years now. Its simple, dependable design has made it a favorite for fat bike aficionados everywhere. Running a wide range Shimano Deore 11-speed drivetrain, Race Face Ride cranks, and Schwalbe Jumbo Jim 4.8” tires on tubeless-ready Sun Mulefut rims, the Wo gets you where you need to go with ease.

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