The first Pyga demo frames have arrived in the shop and we’re in the process of dressing them up in top-notch Shimano XT, SRAM XX1 and Hope clobber – the best deserves the best.

Pyga are nailing their colours to the flagpole and have plumped for a range of just two bikes for the time being – the 650b-wheeled One-Twenty 650, and a big-wheeler christened the One-Ten 29. A carbon 650b hardtail is just around the corner – catch one if you can!

Drover Cycles' Pyga demo fleet will be ready to rip in a matter of days.

The man behind Pyga – legendary designer Pat Morewood – knows better than anyone else out there how to put together a great product, and we know it’s one we can stand behind.

We’re one of a handful of UK Pyga dealers and – as far as we know – the only stockist in Wales. Medium and large framesets in both models are available right now for £1749 and we’ll be doing custom builds starting at around £3000.

If you want to try before you buy, the Pyga demo steeds will be ready to hit the trails in a matter of days, but in the meantime here are four Pyga reviews we just can’t get enough of:

1. Mountain Biking UK’s Guy Kesteven takes the 29er to Stainburn, North Yorkshire.
Says Guy: ‘It really came alive when we gave it some rocks and berms to chew on…the whole bike is outstandingly planted and stiff feeling.’

See Guy’s video review.

Keep an eye on MBUK for a review of the One-Twenty 650 due in a forthcoming issue soon.

2. Steve ‘The Butcher’ Walker – a big contributor to gravity MTB magazine Dirt – came over all misty-eyed after slinging his leg over a Pyga 29er. This is what he had to say: ‘The fastest trail centre bike I’ve ridden…everything I asked the Pyga to do, it did.’

Read his review here, and keep an eye on Bike Magic for the low-down on the 650b imminently.

3. Pinkbike lets the pictures do the talking as the Pyga One-Ten 29er is put through its paces on the dusty trails of South Africa. Don’t worry – these bikes run just as well on Welsh mud!

4. This massive showdown between ten 29” full-sussers involved no less than five test riders and saw the Pyga take on the big boys: Specialized, Trek, Giant, Cannondale, they were all there. Guess who came out on top? This says it all: ‘Really the Pyga is what we should all be riding. It’s in another league.’

Read the full group test here.

Keep checking back with the Drovers blog for news of our Pyga demo day coming later in the year. Give us a call on 01497 822419 or drop us a line if you’re interested in learning more.