Yeti Cycles SB130 Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike

Yeti Cycles SB130 Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike
Yeti Cycles SB130 Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike
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SB130 Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike by Yeti Cycles
Mountain bikes have seen huge improvements in recent years. From refinements in suspension technology, to advancements in frame design and geometry, full-suspension trail bikes are more capable than ever. At times it feels overwhelming trying to decide on your next bike with all the different options in suspension designs, wheel diameters, and variations in travel out there. Many of us are simply looking for that one bike to rule them all, and one category of bike that seems to offer the best do-it-all performance is the mid-travel 29er group. These bikes can tackle a huge variety of terrain with speed and composure, all without bogging you down on the climbs. Aided by the speed and rollover benefits of wagon wheels, these bikes excel on everything from huge backcountry epics on raw, gnarly singletrack, to fast laps at the bike park or a quick spin on your local flow trails. While there are more than just a handful of good all-rounders out there, one that could quickly make the rest of your stable obsolete is Yeti's new SB130. With its stiff carbon construction, an incredibly plush and efficient Switch Infinity suspension platform, and geometry that makes the bike feel like an enduro sled on the descents without sacrificing pedaling performance on the way back up the mountain, the SB130 rips any trail with a perfect balance of stability and playfulness. This particular build, the SB130 Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike, comes with a smart list of components that hits a sweet spot in value without sacrificing the performance you expect from a premium trail bike. Modern trail bikes continue to get longer, lower, slacker and on the SB130 the geometry numbers lean towards a skilled descender that can still pedal all day when it's time to earn your turns. The 65. 5-degree head tube angle is remarkably slack for a bike with this much travel, delivering unwavering stability when descending steep technical terrain. With a head tube this slack you'd normally feel so...

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