YT Jeffsy 29 CORE 4
The Jeffsy 29 CORE 4 bike, manufactured by YT, is designed for high performance on demanding terrain. It has a FOX Float DPX2 Factory shock and FOX 36 Float Factory fork with 150mm travel for both the front and rear of the bike. It has a SRAM X01 Eagle shifter and rear derailleur, SRAM G2 RSC brakes, and DT Swiss XM 1700 Spline wheels. The bike's Renthal Fatbar 35 handlebar is optimised for performance with 780mm length, 30mm rise, 5° up, and 7° back. The Maxxis Minion DHR II front tire has a tubeless-ready, 3C MaxxGrip compound with an EXO casing. The bike's weight is considered favourable within its class.
An excellent complete package that makes fun of all but the gnarliest descents, thanks to a head angle that feels too steep
- Predictable ride quality; a solid suite of parts; great for riding just about any terrain
- Conservative head angle; a good price, but the outrageous value YT’s reputation was built on isn’t there
Following the recent release of YT's Capra and Decoy MX Uncaged 9 builds is the trail-friendly 150mm Jeffsy Uncaged 8.
Whether you’re 5ft 1in or 6ft 4in tall, you won’t have any issues achieving a glove-like fit on the YT Industries Jeffsy Core 2.
- Great suspension & handling
- Pricey given the spec
The YT Jeffsy 29 Core 4 is a versatile all mountain bike that’ll happily crunch out mellower miles or tackle some tough enduro tracks.
Vital Durability Review - YT Jeffsy Core 3 Not your typical Vital bike test...
- All fun, all the time
- Capable climber
- Excellent parts spec
- Encourages aggressive riding
- Confident descender for both rocks and jumps
- A true all-rounder
- Frame protection quickly peels
- Seemingly forever sold-out (even before the bike boom)
The Jeffsy Core 3 is the latest version of YT's popular longer travel trail bike. While other brands have gone to extremes with their geometry, this bike's moderate numbers are the primary reason it is such a well-rounded, versatile, and user-friendly...
- Great build for the price
- Well-rounded performance
- Excellent value
- Composed and confident descender
- Super quiet
- A little heavy
- Not the fastest climber
- Geometry feels a touch dated
- Limited water bottle space
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Geometry YT Jeffsy 29 CORE 4
|seat_tube_length (mm)||400 mm||415 mm||435 mm||460 mm||485 mm|
|seat_tube_angle||77° / 77,5°||77° / 77,5°||77° / 77,5°||77° / 77,5°||77° / 77,5°|
|head_tube_angle||66° / 66,5°||66° / 66,5°||66° / 66,5°||66° / 66,5°||66° / 66,5°|
|top_tube_length (mm)||572 mm||593 mm||615 mm||638 mm||660 mm|
|standover (mm)||706 mm||702 mm||701 mm||693 mm||694 mm|
|stack (mm)||618 mm||622 mm||627 mm||636 mm||640 mm|
|reach (mm)||430 mm||450 mm||470 mm||490 mm||510 mm|
|bb_offset (mm)||32 / 24 mm||32 / 24 mm||32 / 24 mm||32 / 24 mm||32 / 24 mm|
Customer questions & answers
FAQ YT Jeffsy 29 CORE 4
Where to buy a YT Jeffsy 29 CORE 4
The Jeffsy 29 CORE 4 may be purchased directly from YT
How heavy is the Bike?
The Jeffsy 29 CORE 4 weights 13,90 kg. Thats roughly 30,6 pounds
What material is the frame of the YT Jeffsy 29 CORE 4?
The YT Jeffsy 29 CORE 4 ist crafted with Carbon
What is the recommended price given by the manufacturer YT?
The SRP Price is our information at 4999 EUR