2022 YT Industries Jeffsy Uncaged 8 29

A 29″ carbon frame full suspension enduro bike with ultra high-end components. Compare the full range

2022 YT Industries Jeffsy Uncaged 8 29
Weight32.0 lbs
Travel150mm rear, 150mm front
ForkCane Creek HELM

Drivetrain1 × 12 Electronic
GroupsetGX Eagle AXS

BrakesHydraulic Disc
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1 × 12 — 12 speed

Jeffsy Uncaged 8 29

28 mph

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The Jeffsy Uncaged 8 29 is easier to ride up hills than similar bikes.

Similar bikes won‘t keep up with the Jeffsy Uncaged 8 29 while riding downhill or sprinting.

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An excellent complete package that makes fun of all but the gnarliest descents, thanks to a head angle that feels too steep

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  • Slightly limited water bottle space

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CANE CREEK HELM MK2, 29“ | 150 mm Travel (extendable up to 160 mm) | 44 mm Offset | Adjustable High- and Low-Speed Compression and Lowspeed Rebound

Rear Shock

CANE CREEK KITSUMA AIR, Shock Length 210 mm | Stroke 55 mm ≙ 150 mm travel | 3-Pos Climb Switch | Adjustable High- and Low-Speed Compression and High- and Low-Speed Rebound | Twin Tube


CANE CREEK Hellbender 70, ZS44 ZS56 | Stainless Steel Bearings I 2 Spacer 5 mm


RENTHAL APEX 35, Length 50 mm | 35 mm Clamp | Rise +/- 6°


RENTHAL FATBAR 35, Width 780 mm | Rise 30 mm | 7° Back Sweep | 5° Up Sweep | Custom Black


SDG BEL AIR 3.0, YT Custom | Width 140 mm | Lux-Alloy Rail


SRAM REVERB AXS, Ø 31.6 mm | 125 mm Drop (Frame Size S-M) | 150 mm Drop (Frame Size L) | 170 mm Drop (Frame Size XL-XXL) | MMX-Remote



Rear Derailleur

SRAM GX EAGLE AXS, Wireless | Instant Activation | 12-speed | Battery Protector


SRAM GX Eagle, Crank Arm Length 175 mm | 32T | DUB




SRAM XG 1275 EAGLE, 10-52T | 12-speed


SRAM G2 RSC, Rotor CENTERLINE Ø front 200 mm / rear 200 mm | adjustable Bite Point and Reach


CRANKBROTHERS SYNTHESIS ENDURO ALLOY , Front: Aluminum Rims 29“ | Inner Width 31,5 mm | Hub 110 x 15 mm | Rear: Aluminum Rims 29“ | Inner Width 29,5 mm | Hub 148 x 12 mm | Freehub I9 1/1 XD


FRONT: MAXXIS MINION DHF I REAR: MAXXIS MINION DHR II, Front: Tire Size 29“ x 2.5 WT | EXO Casing | 3C MaxxGrip Compound | Tubeless Ready | Rear: Tire Size 29“ x 2.4 WT | EXO Casing | 3C MaxxTerra Compound | Tubeless Ready

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