YT Industries Announces Rolling Circus Demo Tour

Feb 11, 2019
by YT Industries  

PRESS RELEASE: YT Industries

Experience our full YT Industries range, in the wild, at either one of the World’s biggest bike parks or your local trail centre. YT’s Rolling Circus is being loaded and will be hitting 30 stops Worldwide between March and September.

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bigquotesSo excited to test out the CAPRA and ended up riding the JEFFSY as well. Such a fun atmosphere, cannot wait for next year.Rolling Circus Customer 2018

There is simply no better way to dive into the YT world than on a Rolling Circus Demo stop.

Check out the Rolling Circus here. Make sure to bring your riding gear as well as your drivers license and a second ID, get ready to shred!

Of course, participation is free of charge, and no prior registration is required, first come first serve. Just stop by and enjoy the good times. We look forward to introducing you to the rest of the YT family!

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Shot by Daniel Roos
Shot by Isac Paddock

Rolling Circus Stops Europe:

Rolling Circus Stops North America:


Rolling Circus Details:
Either check out our homepage or events via YT's Facebook account to find the dates and locations of the Rolling Circus.

To test a YT you'll need to bring a photo ID (drivers license/ ID card) and at least a helmet. We do recommend to wear proper riding gear incl. protection.

If you are riding clipless pedals then you should bring your own pedals, but we do have flat pedals at your disposal.

You can test the bike 1 to 1.5 hours depending on the location of the Rolling Circus stop.

It's free of charge. We just need your ID as a deposit while testing the bike which you'll get back once you return the bike.

There is not a reservation system. No, it's first come first serve.

No, you will get an individual bike set up done by one of our specialists.

You can test as many as you'd like. Just return the bike you've tested, get your ID back and get back in line.

There are not really any age restrictions, but if you are under 18, you'll need to bring an adult to demo a bike because of liability reasons.


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