YT Introduces new Capra and Jeffsy models featuring RockShox electronic suspension

YT Jeffsy Uncaged 6
(Image credit: YT)

YT Industries has announced new models of the Capra and Jeffsy full-suspension mountain bikes. The Capra Uncaged 6 and Jeffsy Uncaged 6 will feature RockShox's Flight Attendant electronic suspension platform that was also launched today. 

Flight Attendant captures and analyzes live trail data as a rider is rolling down the trail. That data is used to automatically switch the suspension between Open, Pedal, or Lock settings without any input from the rider. The system uses SRAM's AXS electronic technology found in the company's top of the line drivetrains and dropper posts. 

YT Jeffsy Uncaged 6

The new Rockshox Flight Attendant electronic suspension platform is visible on the shock and fork of YT's limited edition Jeffsy Uncaged 6 enduro bike (Image credit: YT)

YT will only produce 200 of the new Capra Uncaged models. The 29er enduro bikes feature a 170mm RockShox Zeb Ultimate Flight Attendant with a 165mm RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate Flight Attendant shock in the rear. A SRAM X01 Eagle AXS drivetrain and RockShox Reverb AXS dropper post complete the electronic package. The bike rolls on Crankbrothers Synthesis Enduro Carbon I9 Hydra wheels and is stopped by SRAM Code RSC brakes. 

The 150mm Jeffsy will come with a RockShox Lyrik Ultimate Flight Attendant fork and RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate Flight Attendant shock. The Jeffsy is upgraded to SRAM's XX1 Eagle AXS drivetrain, and it gets a Reverb AXS dropper and Crankbrothers wheels. Only 300 Jeffsy models will be made. 

Both bikes are specced with Maxxis tires, which are some of the best mountain bike tires for enduro riding. The Jeffsy weighs in at 13.9kg, and the Capra weighs 14.8kg. Both bikes are offered in sizes S-XXL. 

Since the bikes feature the latest suspension technology and some of the best MTB groupsets, the price tag is expectedly steep. Both bikes cost $9,499.00 / £7,799.00. 

Ryan Simonovich

Ryan Simonovich has been riding and racing for nearly a decade. He got his start as a cross-country mountain bike racer in California, where he cultivated his love for riding all types of bikes. Ryan eventually gravitated toward enduro and downhill racing but has also been found in the occasional road and cyclo-cross events. Today, he regularly rides the trails of Durango, Colorado, and is aiming to make a career out of chronicling the sport of cycling. 

Rides: Santa Cruz Hightower, Specialized Tarmac SL4