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Old 12-04-07, 05:01 PM   #1
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My new 2007 Kona JTS


After many months of waiting for Kona to ship some bikes into Australia I finally have my 2007 JTS. I actually bought it alongside a mate at work who listened to all my justifications for using a crosser as a commuter and he bought the exact same bike. We have 2 JTS' sat next to each other in the office. He specced a Brooks saddle and Schwalbe tyres and I got a Rolls saddle and slick 32 tyres. Apart from that they are identical. I went for a weekend spin at a famous bike track here in Sydney and was surprised at just how easy it was to keep up with the full-on road bikes with 23 tyres etc. A great all round bike that can cut it as a commuter and keep up with the racers on the weekend. After reading this forum and taking time to make my decision on what bike to get I'm very happy I did. It's an awesome bike.
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Old 12-04-07, 05:18 PM   #2
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Kona makes some sweet bikes.

I prefer road bikes but would like to get either a used mtb bike or something new. Unfortunately, I took a peek at Kona's website and now have a hankering for one.
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