Anyone ridden a PYGA Oneten29?
They look pretty tidy, both in 650b and 29er format. Wouldn’t say no to a go on one.
Don’t know of any in the wild yet, so no user reviews. No ISCG tabs, but pressfit BB might be a minor oversight (from pics the German dealer posted elsewhere – maybe retail ones differ?).Posted 4 years ago
Just getting to grips with it as have only rode it around 5-6 times, my other bike is a Cotic Solaris
Feels a little like my old Turner 5 Spot and Flux but with bigger wheels. On tight Singletrack it turns very well and on corners and rooty sections is very planted.
Only done a few rocky sections and TBH it rolled them like they weren’t there, very quick. I have found it impossible to bottom out the rear (30% sag) though have used up all the front travel
I also test rode the following bikesPosted 4 years ago
Cube 120 29 summin
Fave out of those was the Whyte and the Orange
@groundskeeperwilly the OneTen29 does not have ISCG tabs. The review you have read is of the very original prototype. C-Sixx do an adaptor that can be fitted to the frame to allow you to use ISCG mountings.
One of these:
I hope that clears it up.Posted 4 years ago
Sorry. we aren’t the C-Sixx importer. Try Steve at C-Sixx on 01799 516441. That facebook page is run by the guys at C-Sixx head office in South Africa (they are tied in with Pyga which is how I know about it).
As frankers says though, with a clutch rear mech they aren’t always needed although some still like the security.Posted 4 years ago
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