The Stage was designed as an out and out racing machine, with our signature twist on geometry. Also featuring our unique +FIVE chain line concept.
The new carbon Stage is designed for riders looking for a marathon or XC race bike without the skittish, nervous ride associated with many other bikes in this category.
With our slack and long geometry we have lengthened the reach and slackened the head angle of the Stage frame. This allows for a shorter stem and wider bars to be fitted, improving stability and technical handling compared with conventional marathon bikes. This new twist on marathon geometry gives the bike maximum stability at speed, during cornering and on steep technical descents. The finely balanced leverage ratio and anti squat characteristics of the suspension system offer a compliant feel with minimal energy loss while pedalling and allows the bike to climb among the best in its class.
The +FIVE chain line is another improvement we offer you, which shifts the rear end of the frame 5mm towards the drive side and changes the chain line from 49mm to 44mm – something that, until now, has not changed since the days of 7 speed cassettes. Additionally this addresses the uneven rear wheel dish, improving wheel strength and stiffness. Simply put, the chain line on the 11th gear (easiest gear, largest cog) on a +FIVE frame is equivalent to the chain line on the 9th gear of a regular frame – reducing wear and improving shifting performance.
- 100mm rear suspension
- 100mm fork
- +FIVE chain line concept
- Dual water bottle mounts
- Removable HD front derailleur mount
- High modulus carbon fibre frame
- Clevice pivot linkage points
- Migrating active brake system
- Internal cable routing
- Tapered head tube
|XX1 Eagle build|
|Rear Shock||Rockshox||Monarch RT3|
|Fork||RockShox||SID World Cup 100mm Charger|
|Brakes||SRAM||Guide Ultimate Arctic Grey|
|Rear Deraileur||SRAM||XX1 Eagle BLK|
|Shifters||SRAM||XX1 Eagle Trigger 12SP BLK|
|Cassettes||SRAM||XG1299 EAGLE 10-50T|
|Chain||SRAM||XX1 EAGLE BLACK|
|Wheelset||Deed||Propel 29 carbon|
|Handlebar||Raceface||Next Flat 720 31.8mm clamp|
|Stem||Raceface||Raceface Turbine 70mm 31.8mm clamp|
|Grips||Raceface||Half Nelson Black Lock on|
|Saddle||KORE||Fazer SL Saddle|
|GX Sid XX build|
|Rear Shock||Rockshox||Monarch RT3|
|Fork||RockShox||FS SID XX 100mm -29 Charger|
|Rear Deraileur||SRAM||GX 1 x 11 LONG CAGE BLK|
|Shifters||SRAM||GX 11SP TRIGGER BLACK|
|Crankset||SRAM||GX 1400 175 32T|
|BB||SRAM||BB PRESSFIT MTB 89.5mm|
|Cassettes||SRAM||XG 1175 10-42|
|Wheelset||Raceface/Deed||Raceface ARC 27 rims Deed Hubset|
|Tires||Maxxis||Ikon 29 2.2|
|Handlebar||KORE||Aerox flat top 710mm|
|Grips||KORE||Ikon Lock On Grip|
Frame detail notes
- Shock – Monarch XX
- Headtube – 1 -1/8″ – 1.5″ We recommend: Cane Creek Semi Integrated ZS44 (Zero Stack) – short -TOP Cane Creek Semi Integrated ZS56 (Zero Stack) – BOTTOM
- Bottom Bracket – Pressfit BB92 See the SRAM BB here Shimano pressfit BB91 or pressfit BB71
- Seatpost Diameter– 30.9
- Front Derailleur Mount – High direct mount, removable
- Rear Axle – Maxle 142mm x 12mm
- Rear Travel – 95mm
- Recommended Fork Travel – 120mm
- Wheelsize – 29
- Stealth Dropper Post Routing – Yes
120mm fork // 531mm fork length // 46mm fork offset
BB height taken with 2.2 Onza Canis tires
|ACTUAL SEATTUBE ANGLE||F||69 deg||69 deg||69 deg|
|VIRTUAL SEATTUBE ANGLE||G||75deg||75 deg||75 deg|
|BB DROP||H||-35 mm||-35 mm||-35 mm|
|Bike Size||Rider height (feet)||Rider height (cm)|
|Medium||5’6″ – 5’10”||168-178|
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WHAT TORQUE SHOULD I TIGHTEN MY BIKES LINKAGE BOLTS TO?
- MAIN PIVOT BOLT: 30-35NM
- ROCKER PIVOT BOLT: 30-35NM
- M8 SHOCK BOLTS: 35NM
- BRAKESIDE PIVOT BOLT: 16NM
- DRIVESIDE PIVOT BOLT: 20NM
- SEATSTAY ROCKER PIVOT BOLTS: 20NM
WHAT FRONT DERAILLEUR SHOULD I USE?
A HIGH DIRECT MOUNT FRONT DERAILLEUR.
WHAT BOTTOM BRACKET DO I USE?
PYGA FRAMES USE THE PRESS-FIT BB 92 BOTTOM BRACKET SYSTEM.
WHAT IS YOUR REAR BRAKE STANDARD?
160MM DIRECT REAR POST MOUNT. DEPENDING ON FRAME MODEL , ONE OR MORE WASHERS MAY NEED TO BE ADDED TO LIFT CALIPER TO DESIRED POSITION. THESE WASHERS ARE PROVIDED WITH YOUR FRAME.
WHAT REAR WHEEL STANDARD DOES YOUR BIKE SUPPORT?
FRAMES ARE SUPPLIED WITH THE SYNTACE X12 AXLE SYSTEM. YOU WILL NEED A 12X142MM COMPATIBLE REAR HUB.
THE ONETEN29 AND ONETWENTY650B FRAMES DO NOT SUPPORT ANY OTHER STANDARD. SEE WWW.SYNTACE.COM FOR DETAILS AND COMPATIBLE HUBS
WHAT HEADSET DO I USE?
ONETEN29 // ONETWENTY650
USE A TAPERED STEERER HEAD TUBE, WHICH IS 1.5” AT THE BOTTOM AND 1 1/8TH AT THE TOP. IF YOU WANT TO REPLACE THE BEARINGS, THE TOP USES 44MM SEMI-INTEGRATED AND THE BOTTOM USES A 52MM BEARING DIRECTLY FITTED INTO FRAME WITH NO CUP (YES, IT’S ABSOLUTELY FINE). IT’S THE SAME BEARING THAT COMES IN THE LOWER 56MM SEMI-INTEGRATED SET.
STAGE // STAGE MAX // ONEFORTY650 PASCOE
USE A TAPERED STEERER HEAD TUBE, WHICH IS 1.5” AT THE BOTTOM AND 1 1/8TH AT THE TOP. IF YOU WANT TO REPLACE THE BEARINGS, THE TOP USES 44MM SEMI-INTEGRATED AND THE BOTTOM USES A 56MM SEMI INTERGRATED SET.
WHAT SEATPOST WIDTH SHOULD I USE?
YOU WILL NEED A 30.9MM SEATPOST
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WARRANTY TERMS & CONDITIONS
DURATION OF WARRANTY
PYGA INDUSTRIES will guarantee its products from manufacturing and material defects for a period of 2 years from date of original purchase. Paint, decals and other decorative elements are guaranteed against manufacturing defects for a period of six months (6 months).
During the warranty duration PYGA INDUSTRIES guarantees the replacement at its cost and discretion any PYGA INDUSTRIES frame or part that exhibits a manufacturing or material defect under the following conditions.
- The defect must be inspected by PYGA INDUSTRIES. The application of the guarantee can only be decided if PYGA INDUSTRIES has inspected the defective part.
THIS WARRANTY APPLIES EXCLUSIVELY TO:
- Bikes that have been bought and regularly serviced by an authorised PYGA INDUSTRIES dealer.
- To the first owner of the frame – this warranty is not transferable to consecutive owners of any PYGA product.
- Bicycles that have been used to their intended purpose.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY TO:
The lifespan of any bicycle varies depending on its construction and the materials used. There are many factors that can reduce this lifespan, potentially resulting in a random breakage not covered by warranty. Some of these factors include excessive force place on the frame, use of the bicycle in activities or competitions that do not match the intended use of the bike (DH, dirt jumping etc) and proper maintenance schedules.
PYGA INDUSTRIES cannot guarantee any failures arising out of the following instances:
- damage caused by normal wear and tear as well as that caused by material fatigue.
- use of the bicycle in an abusive manner that is beyond its intended purpose and its technical characteristics or in the event of other abnormal or excessive usage conditions.
- ignoring or neglecting the recommended usage mentioned in the instruction manual supplied with the product
- damage caused by ineffectual maintenance or lack of maintenance. Regular maintenance of the bicycle must be performed by an authorized PYGA INDUSTRIES dealer. Maintenance costs do not enter into what is covered by this warranty
- modifications made to any part of the bicycle that have not been expressly authorized by PYGA INDUSTRIES in writing. This includes but is not limited to: modifications to paint, frame polishing, change of geometry and the usage of components not originally destined for or adapted to the bicycle.
- changes to the morphology of the user that affect the original intended fair use
- continued riding of a bicycle that has been damaged
- damage arising from intentional mistakes or responsibility of a third party
- forces of nature (fire, flood damage, rock falls etc)
- commercial usage such as bicycle rental or leasing
- usage that does not conform with technical and safety standards
WARRANTY ON FRAME SET PURCHASE
Frames sold as a frame set or frame-only need to be assembled using appropriate components by an authorized PYGA INDUSTRIES dealer. Failure to use appropriate components can result in a voided warranty. Damage caused by using incorrect or inappropriate components is not covered under this warranty.
APPLICATION OF THE PYGA INDUSTRIES WARRANTY
If a frame or part is accepted for warranty by PYGA INDUSTRIES under the conditions placed in this document, PYGA INDUSTRIES guarantees that it will replace the item, affected by manufacturing or material defects, at its cost and discretion.
Any replacements made will be with a new identical part or appropriate replacement part. PYGA INDUSTRIES cannot guarantee to have stock of exact colour match to certain frames, and in some cases the colour of replacement frames may differ from original.
This warranty does not cover any costs for transportation or for labour incurred in the assembly or disassembly of the replacement parts. The replacement of a part or frame does not suspend or renew the initial warranty period in any circumstances. The replaced parts or frame benefit from the continuation of the initial warranty period originating from the initial date of purchase of the product.
This warranty is valid in any country where there is an authorized distributor of PYGA INDUSTRIES products. If you have a warranty claim your nearest authorized PYGA INDUSTRIES dealer will take the necessary steps to submit the warranty. If it is not possible to contact your local authorised PYGA INDUSTRIES dealer then contact the authorized PYGA INDUSTRIES distributor in your region.
Visit www.pygaindustries.com/distributors for a list of worldwide distributors.
Any PYGA INDUSTRIES frame or bicycle purchased from an authorized PYGA INDUSTRIES dealer can be the subject of a warranty claim if it conforms to the conditions stipulated in this document. In order for your warranty claim to be dealt with swiftly and efficiently the following procedure should be adhered to:
- Contact an authorised PYGA INDUSTRIES dealer, preferably the same dealer that you purchased the frame or bicycle from, to inform them of the problem.
- Bring the bicycle to the dealer with your original proof of purchase or invoice.
The dealer should then send a completed warranty claim form (available from your dealer or online here: www.pygaindustries.com/XXXXX) to PYGA INDUSTRIES warranty service. The claim must include the following:
- The completed warranty claim form detailing the nature of the defect and details of the bicycle.
- A copy of your original proof of purchase.
- Clear photo’s of the defect, the full bike/or frame, and the bottom bracket shell with full visibility of the serial number.
THIRD PARTY COMPONENTS
Refer to component manufacturers website for warranty conditions and claims on third party components and equipment. Your dealer should be able to inform you of the correct procedure to take for third party warranty claims.
The present guarantee only applies where compatible with the national legislation in force in each country where PYGA INDUSTRIES products are distributed.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
No retailer or third party is authorized to either assume or decide, expressly or implicitly, any warranty addition or extension of the conditions defined here by PYGA INDUSTRIES.
Thus, any obligation or damage coverage made by a third party is not binding in any way to PYGA INDUSTRIES.
PYGA INDUSTRIES will not compensate for any physical or moral damage caused to the user, the buyer or others resulting from the use of any PYGA INDUSTRIES frame or component. In addition to this PYGA INDUSTRIES shall in no way assume responsibility for any amount exceeding the actual purchase price of the frame, bicycle or component any special, incidental or consequential damages arising in connection with the said equipment.
This limitation is established within the strict limits of the law of the contract and trade practices established by usage.
HAVE FUN, BUT STAY SAFE
There are a number of inherent risks and hazards associated with the sport of cycling. PYGA INDUSTRIES recommends that you always select the appropriate equipment for your chosen discipline by taking the advice of a competent professional. A portion of your purchasing budget should be set aside for the relevant safety equipment needed while riding, if you don’t already have these items. Protect your most important asset – ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET, no matter what type of riding you are doing!