Fittingly, Pyga bikes are designed in South Africa, for South African terrain, and features modern geometry, such as a slacker head angle and longer reach to make riding on technical terrain more comfortable. The Plus Five system ensures the best possible chain line for 1x drive trains. The Pyga Stage has a full carbon frame with space for two bottle cages inside the front triangle. You can read our full review here.





The now-familiar gold of SRAM's XX1 Eagle drivetrain transfers power, while a Stages Carbon GXP power meter, measures those all important watts. The suspension is taken care of by the RockShox SID World Cup fork and the RockShox Monarch RT3 rear shock. Philip has removed the remote lockout from the fork.



Deed Propel carbon rims are laced to White Industries CLD hubs, and wrapped in Maxxis Ikon 2.2 rubber. Deed is a brand created by Pyga to bring quality components to their higher specification builds for better value. The Propel is the cross-country offering (there are three wheels with different riding purposes in the range) with 28 offset spoke holes, a 22 mm internal width, and a claimed rim weight of 355 grams.

A Liqui Moly Tyre Fix Aerosol is taped to the carbon Ritchey seat post.




Full Specifications

  • FramePyga Stage
  • Rear ShockRock Shox Monarch RT3, 100 mm
  • ForkRock Shox SID World Cup 100 mm, 46 mm offset, lockout removed
  • HeadsetCane Creek 40
  • StemRitchey WCS 100mm
  • HandlebarRitchey WCS
  • GripsESI Grips
  • SaddleSyncros XR 1.0
  • SeatpostRitchey Carbon WCS
  • Seatpost clampDeed
  • BrakesSRAM Level Ultimate
  • Brake RotorsSRAM CLX 160mm
  • ShifterSRAM XX1 Eagle
  • Rear DerailleurSRAM XX1 Eagle
  • CassetteSRAM XX1 Eagle
  • ChainSRAM XX1 Eagle
  • CranksetSRAM XX1 Eagle, 36T
  • PowermeterStages Carbon GXP
  • RimsDeed Propel
  • HubsWhite Industries CLD
  • TyresMaxxis Ikon 2.2, EXO 120 TPI
  • AccessoriesPlugs, LiquiMoly
  • Bottle cageSpecialized
  • PedalsLook S-track