Kona Announces 2013 Cyclocross and Gravel Machine: The Rove
Since we have a big feature in the upcoming Issue 20 all about how gravel racing and cyclocross go hand in hand, we were excited to see that Kona just came out with a new bike, designed to be the best of both worlds.
According to the company, the Rove is a multipurpose machine:
At Kona, we love building specific bikes for specific purposes. We see a cool niche, and we pool our collective creativity to come up with the perfect ride. Our all-new Rove is just that. Designed to be the ultimate cyclocross/gravel-grinding/commuting machine, the Kona Cromoly drop-bar Rove pulls in the utilitarian attributes from our best commuter models, spices it with the efficient and comfortable geometry of our long cyclocross heritage, and dashes it with the awesome compliancy and durability of steel tubing. Outfitted with large tire clearance, eyelets for racks, and disc brakes for great stopping power, the Rove will deliver you come dirt, gravel or asphalt for as many Long Sweet Rides as you dare imagine.
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