In for Review: 2009 Kona Dawg Supreme

March 20, 2009

In the hopper for review is the 2009 Kona Dawg Supreme trailbike. With 6-inches of rear travel provided by Kona's well-proven 4-bar linkage design, the Dawg is a lightweight trailbike for the masses. Built Kona tough but not portly, the Scandium frame keeps things real by picking and choosing the weight loss strategy. Built with a solid, trail-worthy parts spec, there's no question that the Dawg Supreme will be able to throw down on the Wasatch Crest Trail with the best of them. And, since it's a Kona, it's got no-nonsense, solid performance built-in. Every Kona I've ridden has just plain worked and worked well. Dawg Supreme Highlights: Race light scandium butted frame Magnesium rockers 6-inches of rear travel Mixture of Shimano XTR, XT and LX components Mavic Crossmax ST wheelset Fox RP23 rear and Fox Float RLC with 15QR MSRP: $4599 I'm looking forward to putting the Dawg through its paces over the coming months. After my first ride of the year in Utah's Lambert Park, I'm definitely stoked on the Dawg. I'm thinking we're gonna become good friends. The full Kona Dawg Supreme review has now been posted on More Info: Visit

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