Interactions with YT bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days, adjusted for traffic volume by country.

Top Countries
  1. 🇺🇸 United States
  2. 🇩🇪 Germany
  3. 🇦🇺 Australia
  4. 🇨🇦 Canada
  5. 🇵🇪 Peru
  6. 🇫🇷 France
  7. 🇨🇿 Czechia
  8. 🇬🇧 United Kingdom
  9. 🇵🇱 Poland
  10. 🇮🇹 Italy
Top Model Ranges
  1. JEFFSY 🇺🇸🇦🇺🇵🇪
  2. CAPRA 🇩🇪🇨🇦
  3. Izzo
  4. Decoy
  5. TUES
  6. DIRT LOVE
  7. Szepter
  8. Play
Price Points
$0
$12,000
Categories
TrailEnduroDownhill
eBikes
BikeseBikes
Model Ranges by Category
Gravel

Szepter

Trail

Izzo, Decoy

Downhill

Tues

Dirt Jump

Dirt Love

Youth

Jeffsy

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.

Recent Reviews
Loam Wolf
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Robert Johnston

The YT Capra in either wheel configuration are excellent options in the enduro market, subtly different in feel and will... Read the Review.

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Pinkbike
YT Shows Off Erik Fedko's Custom Dirt Jump Bike for Crankworx Rotorua

YT Industries

Erik Fedko has a custom YT DJ bike for this week's slopestyle competition.

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MBR
YT Jeffsy Primus 24 first ride review - MBR

Danny Milner

Those who think the youth of today have it too easy look away now, because this Jeffsy Primus is a kids’ bike at least as cool – if not cooler – than anything you could be buying yourself. And if your youngsters look like they could get serious about their riding this will give them an incredible leg-up, opening up burly terrain and big hits for even the youngest of shredder. Be careful what you unleash…this is one of the best kids mountain bikes out there. Need to know Available in 24-inch and 26-inch wheel versions, though not switchable from one to the other Attention to detail extends to narrow grips, custom shock tunes, tubeless prep and more besides Proper tyres open up serious terrain for proper little riders Super active suspension that actually works, even for smaller kids Virtual Four Link design carried straight over from adult sized Jeffsy range No corners cut on the spec, top quality finishing kit from front to back If you started out mountain biking on a rusty Falcon Sierra or wobbly old Raleigh Activator prepare for a shock at how far kids’ bikes have come. And how quickly a quality bike like this awesome looking YT Jeffsy Primo can unleash the proper ripper in your nipper. At a price. Like anything you get what you pay for, and at first glance you know there have been no corners cut shrinking down YT’s popular all-rounder for a younger generation of riders. And the deeper you dig into the spec the more impressive it becomes, the attention to detail underlining a zero-compromise approach that makes the price actually look relatively reasonable – particularly now it’s been reduced by over £400! It starts with the foundations of a sleek looking and well-finished hydroformed aluminium frame based around YT’s Virtual Four Link design, driving a Manitou McLeod shock with 130mm of rear-wheel travel and a four-stage compression switch to configure it to the terrain you’re riding. This is paired with a burly looking, 130mm travel Manitou Machete JUNIT front end whose Expert Air springing promises a kid-optimised response that’s often lacking in the basic forks found on most 24-inch bikes. Quality SunRinglé Düroc wheels are another welcome sight and save a chunk of valuable rotating and unsprung weight compared with the hefty hoops standard on the Marin 24in Rift Zone Jr we had on test at the same time. True, the Minion DHF/DHR tyre combo is probably overkill for all but bike park riding, but points to YT’s intentions, the fact they turned up already tubeless and with Peaty’s valves another satisfying detail. The relatively small 42t top cog on the SRAM 11-speed cassette is another indicator of the Jeffsy Primo’s gravity focused ambitions, even if the stumpy 155mm SRAM SX cranks will help little legs and are acut above the kind of no-name components often found on kids’ bikes. Quality finishing kit from SDG completes the spec, the dinky saddle, 650mm bars and super skinny grips …Continue reading »

  • Looks fantastic. Kid-optimised attention to detail. Suspension actually works. They’ll love shredding the downhills…

  • …but the climbs will be a drag on those fat Minions. Not cheap. Limited gearing range. Might not last a growing kid very long.

Nov 2022Read Review

Bikerumor
All-new YT Szepter gravel bike suggests "grav-grav" also means "gravity"?

Tyler Benedict

With a slack front end, suspension fork, and downhill attitude, the new YT Szepter wants you to get rowdy on the trail, er, gravel roads.

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Cycling Tips
YT Szepter first-ride review: a gravity MTB brand goes gravel - CyclingTips

Dave Everett

The consumer-direct gravity mountain bike brand enters the dropbar world.

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BikeRadar
YT Szepter Core 4 first ride review

Ben Delaney

An upright bike that early indications show is surprisingly comfortable and fun to ride… at a good price

  • Clear sense of purpose (it’s a fun bike, not a race bike)

  • Good value

  • Confident handling

  • Heavy

  • Pigeonholed outside race and bikepacking gravel spheres

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