2009 Kona Coilair Supreme, Deluxe and Coilair – Sneak Peak

2009 Kona Coilair Supreme, Deluxe and Coilair – Sneak Peak

The only thing magical about the 2008 Kona Coilair with Magic Link this year has been their elusiveness.  I have yet to see one in person and my attempts at getting on a demo bike have been cut off at the pass. So, I’m left to wait until Interbike Outdoor Demo this Fall until I can swing a leg over the Coilair.

For 2009, the Coilair goes through the refinement machine as some new features and tweaks are introduced. For starters, the entire front triangle is new with a tapered head tube (1 1/8″ upper and 1 1/2″ lower cup), beefed-up downtube, new, beefier rocker-arms and refined Magic Link. The new paintjobs are also stunning.  Here are the details of these new Enduro/Freeride bikes from Kona.

2009 Kona Coilair Supreme

2009 Kona Coilair Supreme

2009 Kona Coilair Frame Details

Coilair Supreme Features:

  • Kona Clump 7005 AluminumMagic System 6+1″ Travel Frame
  • Fox 36 Talas RC2 165mm Travel Fork
  • Fox RP23 Rear Shock
  • Shimano XTR/XT Drivetrain
  • Mavic Crossmax ST Wheelset

2009 Kona Coilair Deluxe

2009 Kona Coilair Deluxe

Coilair Deluxe Features:

  • Kona Clump 7005 AluminumMagic System 6+1″ Travel Frame
  • RaceFace Evolve XC X-Type Crank/BB
  • Fox RP23 Rear Shock
  • Shimano XT/SLX Drivetrain
  • Mavic Crossline Wheelset
  • Shimano SLX Hydraulic Disc Brakes

2009 Kona Coilair

2009 Kona Coilair

Coilair Features:

  • Kona Clump 7005 AluminumMagic System 6+1″ Travel Frame
  • Marzocchi 55-TST2 160mm Travel Fork
  • Fox RP2 Rear Shock
  • FSA Moto-X Integrated Crankset/BB
  • Shimano 575 Hydraulic Disc Brakes

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A Seattle native, Jason developed a love for the outdoors and a thing for mountains. That infatuation continues as he founded FeedTheHabit.com in 1999--sharing his love of mountain biking, trail running and backcountry skiing with the world. That passion is channeled into every article or gear review he writes. Utah's Wasatch Mountains are his playground.