Frameset: Full TORAY Carbon Fibre – 110mm Travel
Rear Shock: Rockshox Monarch RT3 184x44mm 
Rear Axel: Rockshox Maxle 12x148mm
Seatpost Diameter: 30.9mm
Seat Clamp: DEED 34.9mm
Bottom Bracket: 89.5mm – Pressfit 92
Headset Spec: ZS44/ZS56
Fork Travel: 100 – 120mm
Recommended Axle to Crown: 561mm
Wheel Size: 29″
Max Tire Width: 2.35″

The 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 race tested and proven 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 pedaling and allows the bike to climb among the best in its class due to its leading rear wheel traction. Ahead of its time, it has proven to be a race winning marathon and cross country beast, being piloted to 1st African team at the ABSA Cape Epic 2017 and 7th overall as well as winning the Queen Stage of the Cape Epic in 2019.

The proprietary Plus Five chain line is an industry first and is essentially an adjustment to rear wheel centre-line, 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 8 and 9 speed cassettes. Additionally this addresses the uneven rear wheel dish, improving wheel strength and stiffness. Simply put, the chain line on the 12th gear (easiest gear, largest cog) on a Plus Five frame is equivalent to the chain line on the 10th gear of a regular frame – reducing wear and improving shifting performance. We are the only company to have come up with and implement this for production bikes.

Plus Five rear end offset to improve chain angle on 1×11.
The biggest deviation from conventional design is what we are calling Plus Five. A re-engineering of the rear end to correct what they believe is a huge flaw in bikes, the chainline offset.

Design and engineered in Howick, South Africa by  racing legend and desginer Patrick Morewood. With the goal to build a sustainable bike business upholding the PYGA family values and rich South African heritage, producing, quality Mountainbikes. #bringingithome

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