2009 KONA HUMUHUMU NUKU NUKU APUA
18” Steel Singlespeed Cruiser
**Brand New **
Pictures here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/39706467@N07/page2/[[COLOR=#800080][/COLOR]](http://www.flickr.com/photos/39706467@N07/)
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**Frame: **Kona Cromoly Butted
**Fork: **Kona P2
**Chainrings: **42 tooth chainring with guard
**Bottom Bracket: **RPM 7420
**Cassette: **Formula 18 tooth
**Chain: **KMC Z610
**Pedals: **Wellgo LU-393
**Front Brake: **Tektro 855AC
**Rear Brake: **Tektro 855AC
**Brake Levers: **Tektro Retro
**Handlebars: **Kona Riser
**Stem: **Kona Control
**Headset: **Ritchey LB-Plus
**Grips: **Kona Cruiser
**Rims: **Rigida ZAC-19SL
**Front Hub: **Formula
**Rear Hub: **Formula
**Spokes: **Stainless 14g
**Front Tyre: **Kenda K-Rad 26x2.3
**Rear Tyre: **Kenda K-Rad 26x2.3
**Seatpost: **Kona Thumb
**Seat Binder: **Kona Clamp
**Accessories: **Kona Bell
good luck with sale.
They are £450 in a shop you got a bargain, I'm sure it's not over priced. And am open to offers but not £150 ones.
2010 model is available for £350 (£305 for 2009 model)
That's good it means mine is more than £100 cheaper for the same new bike. Bargain.. That's If they have an 18" at all. The colours are better on the 2009 model also.
If I wanted this I would offer you £200. Nice bike.
E mail me If you'd like to make an offer.
I really hope you sell this pal, they are fucking fantastic bikes.
I want one! but I can't afford that and a mountainbike. and I need a mountain bike more, I'm afraid. Put it on the polo forum.
man that seat would be perfect for my spring project
great bike, i had a '94 with lots of XTR bits on it.. was my favourite bike for a long long time, wish i knew someone up here who could use yours...
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