The builds on two of our Pyga demo bikes are done and dusted and these stunning machines are ready to eat trail.
The furthest they’ve been so far is to the end of the car park and back – and we all know they’re capable of significantly more than that.
If you don’t believe us, just check out this amazing review in the current issue of MBUK, where the 650b Pyga One-Twenty came out top against three other renowned boutique brands, bagging a whopping four-and-a-half out of five stars in the process.
Our 650b demo bike is fully pimped with the latest SRAM XX1 drivetrain, Hope hoops and brakes, Rockshox Revelation forks and Reverb seat post.
The 29” Pyga One-Ten is a full XT build, with the lightweight Rockshox SID XX fork plugged in up front.
The buzz surrounding these bikes is building rapidly and we predict the recent hero-gram from Mountain Biking UK is just a taste of things to come. As yet, we haven’t come across a bad review – take a look at these for starters.
We’ll be running a Pyga demo day from the Pedalabikeaway centre in the Forest of Dean on Saturday November 16th, when you can test the bikes in anger on the legendary blue-graded Verderer’s Trail, as well as the freshly revamped Freeminer red.
But the two pristine demo steeds are available to try from the shop as of…right now! They smell box fresh and the tyres haven’t seen so much as a raindrop – who’s going to be the first to get them mucky?