Can you get YT bikes in Australia?

Can you get YT bikes in Australia?

Can you get YT bikes in Australia?

The Full YT Range. With Pushys coming on board as the official YT distributor for Australia, this will be the first time that the entire YT mountain bike range will be available to Aussies. This includes the Decoy e-MTB and YT’s new trail bike the IZZO.

What is yt MTB?

YT (YT stands for “Young Talent”) didn’t infiltrate the U.S. until 2015, but it hit the ground running by signing one of the top names in mountain biking: Aaron Gwin. Gwin promptly won the 2016 World Cup Downhill Championship on a YT steed, and repeated that championship in 2017.

Do YT bikes go on sale?

The YT Industries 2020 range is on sale now with revised build kits and new colours for every model, including the Jeffsy, Capra, Decoy, Tues and Dirt Love.

How big is the Capra mountain bike from YT?

Like some kind of rampaging viking ship from across the seas, the YT Capra comes to Australia with a reputation for slaying its competitors in media and magazine reviews worldwide. The 165mm travel Capra is one of only three frames in the YT catalogue, sitting in between their dirt jump hardtail and the monster Tues downhill bike.

What’s the price of a YT Industries Capra?

The Capra is available in both aluminium and carbon versions, with Australian pricing kicking off at $4099 for the base model, up to $6699 for the CF Race, which looks darn near un-upgradable.

Which is the new YT Capra elite 29?

The CAPRA Elite 29 is the new high-end version of YT’s most popular rig. The gravity brand is adding a 29’’ bike to the portfolio that includes the latest industry developments and gives riders the best tools to get the job done. The CAPRA Elite 29 is available in the frame sizes M-XXL.

What’s the seat angle on a YT Capra?

The Capra’s side profile carries plenty of menace, with the head angle laid back at 65.5 degrees. Restoring the balance, so to speak, is a steep 75 degree seat angle, which feels just perfect once the bike is at its sag point. YT say it’s ‘an ideal climbing position’. Look, yes and no.