The Humu originally started out as Kona's bar bike—their two-wheeled utilitarian way about town. It was never designed to be a klunker class bike, but when mountain bikes started to get expensive, they wanted a hassle-free ride that you could lock up without worry. Introduced in 1992, the Humu was styled after some of the first mountain bikes, like the Trailmaster and the Pro-Cruiser. All of these bikes had the double top-tube frame and moto-inspired handlebars. This is your go-everywhere, every day means for knockin’ about. The Humu continues to be a big part of who they are at Kona. The latest incarnation blends retro styling and Kona’s original P2 fork with modern features, like sliding dropouts, disc brakes and 29-inch wheels. Cool as it ever was.