Yeti Cycles SB130 Carbon LR C1 GX Eagle AXS Mountain Bike

Yeti Cycles SB130 Carbon LR C1 GX Eagle AXS Mountain Bike
Yeti Cycles SB130 Carbon LR C1 GX Eagle AXS Mountain Bike
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SB130 Carbon LR C1 GX Eagle AXS Mountain Bike by Yeti Cycles
What happens during lunch hour is rarely magical. On an average day, it means shoveling a sandwich down the gullet as quickly as possible in hopes that we'll have a few minutes to spare for a quick jaunt on the old bicycle, and when we're lucky we get some solid lunch laps in on tacky dirt, getting back in the office with a couple of mud splatters in our money-makers. We suspect that lunch laps at Yeti Cycles come with a little more deliberate focus, or at least that's what the brand's Lunch Ride bikes tell us. Take Yeti's SB130 Carbon LR C1 GX Eagle AXS Mountain Bike, for example, with its beefed up suspension that lends itself to even slacker, more capable geometry than before. It packs what seems like a nominal 6mm of extra suspension in the rear, and partners it up with 10mm of plush goodness in the front, shifting the geometry outwards for more confident handling on the roughest terrain, all the while keeping the seat tube perched for lively handling, and pedal-friendly climbs. It rides a fine line between enduro sled and nimble trail 29er, soaking up big hits that challenge the sum of its numbers, while still providing snappy pedaling for versatility when you point the bike skyward. And since a bike built to this be capable needs components to match, Yeti pairs this SB130 LR up with powerful SRAM Code brakes, workhorse SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain, and custom DT Swiss EX1700 32-spoke wheels that are made to take a beating. But Yeti doesn't stop there -- the drivetrain gets a serious upgrade beyond your regular-old GX with SRAM XX1 AXS shifter and rear derailleur that provides next-level shifting and handling, plus the tidiest cockpit you'll find on a mountain bike. Now, you'll still find the same frame as the SB130 -- think of the SB130 LR as the punkrock twin brother, who, minus the band tee, studded jacket, and mohawk, has the same stock as its more conventional sibling. That means it features the same longer, slacker geometry for taking on the steeps, and ste..

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