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YT has announced that they are releasing updated versions of the Jeffsy, Tues and Dirt Love. With a few options for both the Tues and Jeffsy Primus, find the details, spec and pricing below.
YT Jeffsy Primus
The Jeffsy Primus made waves last year as YT’s first bike for small shredders. Based on the Jeffsy all-mountain platform, the Jeffsy Primus comes as a 24’’ or 26’’ wheel option and fits riders with a height of 135cm-150cm and 145cm-160cm respectively. It also features the same tech features as the Jeffsy such as a FlipChip to tweak the geometry and additional bearing seals to keep water and dirt at bay and increase durability. This extremely playful performance MTB has a balanced geometry while ensuring a smooth ride and allowing for easy handling with plenty of style.
The Jeffsy Primus is tested and built so that small riders can go full send with their big buddies on the trails while proving to be an excellent climber on the way back up. JP 24 comes with a Manitou Machete JUNIT fork with 130mm worth of travel and the Manitou McLeod shock. The JP 26 fits a 140 mm Manitou Machete fork and RockShox Deluxe Select+ rear shock. Both bikes rely on SRAM Guide R brakes that guarantee great modulation and necessary braking power. The Jeffsy Primus empowers young riders to take the next step on two wheels.YT Industries
YT Jeffsy Primus Spec
The Jeffsy Primus 26 weighs in at 14.2kg and retails for £2199. The Primus 24 is 12.7kg and retails for £2099. Both frames are available one colour, black magic.
Celebrating its ten-year anniversary just last year since the inception of the V4L technology, the Tues is still a benchmark in downhill mountain biking. World cup wins, World Championship titles, and Rampage success – the Tues has seen it all. With bike parks opening in the northern hemisphere, YT is bringing back the record-breaking downhill bike in three model variations. The Tues Pro Race is available as a 29-inch in sizes regular, long, and x-long or a 27.5″ wheel option in sizes S to XXL.
Both built around the Ultra Modulus Carbon Frame, they empower the rider to be confident when tackling the gnarliest DH tracks. The FOX 40 Float Factory fork with 203mm travel and FOX X2 Float Factory delivering 200mm offer maximum tunability and factory level performance on every World Cup racetrack. For riders looking for performance based on the necessary ingredients for Good Times, the Tues 27 Base is as playful as it gets. Also available in sizes S to XXL the highly durable hydroformed aluminium frame is completed with a RockShox Boxxer Select fork and RockShock Vivid R2C which deliver 200mm worth of travel front and rear.YT Industries
YT Tues Spec
The Tues Base 27 is 17.6kg (available in black magic) and retails at £3299. The Tues Pro bikes both come in titan silver and both weigh in at 15.6kg. Both Pro models retail for £5699.
YT Dirt Love
Dirt jump bikes are experiencing a comeback being the perfect ride for dirt jumps and pump tracks alike. YT’s gravity-defying Dirt Love is back for those riders that put style and stoke over anything else. The heart of YT’s dirt jump bike is the steel frame that hits the sweet spot between lightweight and robust. Spec’d with a silver RockShox Pike DJ fork with 100mm travel. The Dirt Love has SRAM Descendant cockpit and crankset, SRAM Level TL brakes, and YT-custom DT SWISS wheelset paired with MAXXIS IKON and DHT tyres.YT Industries
YT Dirt Love Spec
The YT Dirt Love is available in black magic only, it weighs in at 11.kg and retails for £1499.
For more on all bikes and models, head to the YT website.
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