Kona recently officially launched its 2013 bike line. This week Bike magazine will take a look at some of the new models as well as a few that have been given significant face lifts. Today they’ll focus on the massively re-worked Magic Link bikes.
One of the first things that struck Bike magazine‘s Vernon Felton was the absence of the Magic Link-equipped CoilAir freeride model and 2+2 cross-country model. What remains are the Abra Cadabra and Cadabra models. While on its face this might suggest that Kona is stepping away from its unique Magic Link design, it’s clear, on deeper inspection, that this is far from true. To read the full post, click here.
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