Boy, do we have a treat for your Friday! It's Kona Factory rider Tayte Proulx-Royds Process X CR, all built up with her 2024 Team Parts. The multi-disciplinary wunderkind will be riding a bunch of Kona bikes in 2024 to tackle everything from Cross to Freeride. For now, though let's not waste any time and dive into the details.
Tayte is running SR Suntour suspension front and rear. The fork is a Durolux 36 and the rear shock is a trunnion-mounted TriAir2 3CR.
The wheels are from FSA and are their burly Gradient i29 hoops, they are shod in a set of Schwalbe Magic Marys, Tayte is rocking her Process X in Mullet setup with a 27.5 Gradient i29 out the back.
There's more FSA Gradient goodness in the cockpit, an Oil Slck stem holds a 35mm rise carbon bar firmly in place. Shimano's XTR branded parts provide the stopping power and smooth shifting. Renthal grips ensure Tayte's hands aren't going anywhere.
Those Shimano shifters are connected to a full XTR drivetrain and round out this bike's stunning build.