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Description

With buttery suspension, a flex-resistant rear triangle, light hydroformed tubing, and North-Shore-proven geometry, the Kona Stinky Six Frame begs to ride hard. The slack, yet climbable nature of the Six gives you the option to earn your turns, hop on a backcountry shuttle, or spend the day roosting lift-access trails. The established Fox RP23 shock provides plush travel on the downhill and, with the flick of the ProPedal switch, a pedal-friendly platform for crawling up steep and loose grades. Neither XC- nor freeride-specific, the Stinky Six provides the versatility to explore the outer limits of your riding—without any excess.

  • D.O.P.E floating brake kit eliminates brake jack, and feedback

Geometry chart

Kona Stinky Six

Kona Stinky Six Bike Geometry
Size 15 17 18 1920
Top Tube Length 22.0in
(55.9cm)
22.5in
(57.1cm)
23.0in
(58.4cm)
23.5in
(59.7cm)
24.0in
(61cm)
Seat Tube Angle 73.5deg 73.5deg 73.5deg 73.5deg73.5deg
Head Tube Angle 66deg 66deg 66deg 66deg66deg
Chainstay17.4in
(44.3cm)
17.4in
(44.3cm)
17.4in
(44.3cm)
17.4in
(44.3cm)
17.4in
(44.3cm)
Wheelbase44.7in
(113.6cm)
45.2in
(114.8cm)
45.7in
(116.1cm)
46.3in
(117.6cm)
46.9in
(119cm)
BB Height13.7in
(34.8cm)
13.7in
(34.8cm)
13.7in
(34.8cm)
13.7in
(34.8cm)
13.7in
(34.8cm)
Standover30.4in
(77.3cm)
31.2in
(79.2cm)
31.4in
(79.7cm)
32.1in
(81.5cm)
32.4in
(82.4cm)
Head Tube Length1.9in
(4.7cm)
2.0in
(5.1cm)
1.9in
(4.7cm)
2.2in
(5.5cm)
2.2in
(5.5cm)

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I'm 6'0" with a 34" inseam. Would the 18...

I'm 6'0" with a 34" inseam. Would the 18 or 19 frame be better for me??

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What are you planning on riding this for primarily? If you are going to build it up as a all mountain machine thats going to be doing some climbing and xc along with the usual shred, go with the Large frame size (19"). If you are going to be using it for more freeride, ride the 18".