Why do Kona keep doing it?

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Why do Kona keep insisting that their
bikes have a four bar linkage?
Whilst
they use that method for driving the shocker, to all intents and purposes,
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size=”5″ face=”Arial”>their bikes are a single pivot design face=”Arial”>, which produces the same axle
path as any other single pivot bike
-
Marin, Cannondale, Orange, Santa Cruz, whoever.
At their

<font
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size=”5″ face=”Arial”>they continue to insist their bike’s a four bar linkage
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size=”2″ face=”Arial”>. It isn’t.<font
size=”2″ face=”Arial”> Not a proper one anyhow. Specialized, GT, AMP, Giant NRS
and others (where there’s a pivot on the chainstay between the main pivot
and the rear hub axle) are true four bar bikes.

IT JUST MAKES US CROSS…
OK!

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