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Review: Pyga OneForty650 Pascoe


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Pyga Bikes have managed to capture the imagination of many local mountain bikers. Look no further than the Post your Pyga topic for evidence of this. With it's promises of burley performance and all day comfort, the OneForty650 Pascoe is a crowd favourite.



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would this be suitable for say S2C, or Race to rhodes type long distance touring - or should one look more at the 120 ?

To be honest this is exactly the reason I got the OneTwenty...However, people have done Trans Baviaans on the Pascoe.

I think the OneTwenty may just climb ever so slightly better due to the different head angle.

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would this be suitable for say S2C, or Race to rhodes type long distance touring - or should one look more at the 120 ?

Eish slow one, look it's not impossible it just won't be ideal lol. It's not a marathon bike it plays better with endure / am rides and events. Suppose you can also do an endure event with a marathon bike...just won't be ideal

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Eish slow one, look it's not impossible it just won't be ideal lol. It's not a marathon bike it plays better with endure / am rides and events. Suppose you can also do an endure event with a marathon bike...just won't be ideal

thanks Roux ... I'll wait with my questions till after 1 Feb 2016

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120 would be more suited. In fact 110 would be even better suited and the Stage will be the most suitedest

But to be honest as an all rounder "fun" do it all the 120 for me is best. I'm not not sold on any 29'rs yet except the Evil so far ;)

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