Interactions with YT bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days

Adjusted for traffic volume by country

  1. United States
  2. Germany
  3. Canada
  4. Poland
  5. Bulgaria
  6. Australia
  7. Romania
  8. United Kingdom
  9. Czechia
  10. Switzerland
YT price point breakdown
$0
$12,000
YT bikes by category
TrailEnduroDownhillDirt Jump
YT eBikes
BikeseBikes
YT model ranges
Gravel
Szepter

Current Models

3

price

$2,499—$4,499

Browse Szepter bikes »
Trail
Izzo

Current Models

7

price

$2,999—$7,499

Browse Izzo bikes »
Jeffsy

Current Models

6

price

$2,799—$6,499

Browse Jeffsy bikes »
Decoy

Current Models

3

price

$4,999—$7,999

Browse Decoy bikes »
Enduro
Capra

Current Models

21

price

$2,999—($9,488)

Browse Capra bikes »
Decoy

Current Models

8

price

$4,999—$6,999

Browse Decoy bikes »
Downhill
Tues

Current Models

4

price

$3,999—$5,999

Browse Tues bikes »
Dirt Jump
Dirt Love

Current Models

4

price

$1,399—$1,599

Browse Dirt Love bikes »
Recent reviews
Pinkbike
YT Industries Releases Retro-Inspired Jeffsy Uncaged 13

May 2024 · YT Industries

Now, YT Industries takes it back to the 90s with a limited, retro-inspired Uncaged 13 edition, mixing things up with an MX-specific frame and custom, nostalgic silver components..

Read Review

Bikerumor
Pro Bike: Vali Höll World Champ YT Tues & DH RockShox BlackBoxxer Flight Attendant Fork

May 2024 · Cory Benson

DH World Champ Vali Höll races a new TY Tues fitted with rainbow-striped electronic prototype RockShox BlackBoxxer fork & Vivid Coil shock!

Read Review

Bikerumor
All-New YT Tues mk4 Carbon DH Bike Hits the Slopes with Much More Adjustability

May 2024 · Cory Benson

All-new 2024 YT Tues upgrades carbon DH bike with adjustability to transform from bikepark freeride to downhill race mode in 3 easy flip-chips

Read Review

MBR
The YT Tues might be 5 years old, but if I was buying a DH bike today, this is where I'd spend my money - MBR

Mar 2024 · Alan Muldoon

Spotted in 2018 ridden by Aaron Gwin, then launched in Feb of 2019, the current 29in YT Tues is now officially 5 years old. That’s the same year that YT launched its Decoy e-bike, which hasn’t received an update either. Has YT’s development team been sitting on its hands for all that time, or did it just get both bikes right, straight out of the gate? Having spent two weeks testing the top-end Tues Core 4 29 in Morzine, France, it’s clearly the latter, even compared to the much younger Propain Rage and Canyon Sender that it’s up against in this three-way DH shootout. And now that the new YT Tues MK 4 has been revealed – and we can see that it’s fundamentally the same bike with a few of the creases ironed out – it’s obvious the design has stood the test of time. YT Tues Core 4 29 need to know Full carbon frame with 200mm travel Available in 29in or 27.5in, but not MX Three size options based on reach Tues Core 4 is the flagship model Fox Factory suspension E13 DH Carbon wheels and 9-21t cassette SRAM Code RSC brakes Zero geometry adjustment Entry level alloy Core 2 £3,499 Frame and geometry Wind the clock back to 2019 when 29er downhill bikes were still being referred to as wagon wheels, and brands were scrambling to get new designs under racers, some hasty designs were more successful than others. Looking at the geometry and sizing of the Tues 29 through a 2024 lens, the numbers haven’t dated one bit. The 62.6º head angle, 349mm BB height and 1,272mm wheelbase on the Regular size Tues 29 puts it right in the mix with the most modern DH bikes. Even the 442mm chainstays are short by current 29er standards. The frame comes in three sizes, Regular, Long and X-Long and all have the same 420mm seat tube height. So essentially you’re sizing for reach and head tube length. And what’s most telling is that even five years on, we opted for the Regular size with its 460mm reach. Yes, that puts us right at the upper limit of YT’s sizing recommendation, but it’s still in line with the dimensions of the size M Canyon Sender, which is the most current bike our Direct Sales Downhill bike test. And it’s a good thing that YT nailed the profile of the carbon Tues first time round. Because there are zero geometry adjustments designed into the frame. So other than raising or lowering the 40mm Kashima coated stanchions in the fork crowns of the Fox 40, you’re stuck with those numbers. There’s also a full 27.5in version of the Tues Core 4, and if anything dates the platform, it’s the distinct absence of an MX build. We’ve seen riders using 27.5in rear wheels, but given that the geometry really is optimised around a 29in rear wheel, you’re going to need some other custom modes to make that work on the current …Continue reading »

Highs
  • • Super easy to ride fast

  • • Super easy to set up

  • • Super easy on the eye

  • • Super easy to save £2k

Lows
  • • No MX version

  • • No geometry adjustability

  • • No Minion DHR II rear tyre

  • • No bikes to buy

Read Review

Singletrack World
YT Jeffsy Core 4 review

Mar 2024 · Ben Haworth

The YT Jeffsy Core 4 is a bike that arrives in a box that is not quite perfect out of the box. BUT... there is loads of potential here.

Read Review

Pinkbike
Spotted: Vali Höll's Unreleased YT Tues is Idler-Equipped

Feb 2024 · Jessie-May Morgan

Is YT the latest brand tempted by the wonders of an elevated main pivot?

Read Review

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which YT Industries bikes are most popular?

The most popular YT model families are the Jeffsy, Capra, and Izzo.

Q: Does YT make eBikes?

Yes, YT manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.