It used to be, cyclists had to choose between the tarmac or the dirt, and never the twain shall meet. However, the advent of the gravel bike changed all of that. Still, Kona takes versatility even further with the launch of its new Rove, offering a one-bike solution that can tackle everything from daily commutes to off-road exploits thanks to its 650b wheel set-up.
“The Rove effortlessly handles your daily commute, ventures on gravel trails, or those post-work fitness laps up your neighborhood hill. This elusive 650x47c steel bike is budget-friendly, making it an accessible option whether you’re on a gravel adventure, commuting, or relying on it as your sole mode of transportation, the Rove is ready to accompany you wherever your ride takes you.,” boasts Kona.
The Rove is offered in a few different build kits such as a Sram 1X groupset for a wide range of gears, while for those looking for a more premium set-up can opt for the LTD edition, which features a carbon fork and a choice of either a Shimano GRX or Sram Apex groupset with hydraulic brakes.
“The Rove line has become synonymous with adventure. They’re the answer for the rider looking for a dependable bike to ride on asphalt, gravel, or light singletrack. They’ve crossed continents as dependable bike-packing machines, excellent commuters, and built to last. Available in 1x and 2x drivetrains, steel, and aluminum, ensuring a Rove is right for you for whatever rides you’ve got cooking,” adds Kona.
Here’s how the variants breakdown:
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