Yeti Cycles SB130 Carbon LR C1 GX Eagle Mountain Bike

Yeti Cycles SB130 Carbon LR C1 GX Eagle Mountain Bike
Yeti Cycles SB130 Carbon LR C1 GX Eagle Mountain Bike
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SB130 Carbon LR C1 GX Eagle Mountain Bike by Yeti Cycles
When the lunch bell rings at Yeti's headquarters in Golden, Colorado, magical things happen. Staff gets together, they saddle up, and they hit the trails in full force. These lunch laps enable total creativity to flow, both in the way berms are blasted and rollers are turned into doubles, and in component tweaks that are thrown together when folks around the office get hair-brained ideas to swap shocks, tune things a little differently, and transform already coveted steeds into entirely new beasts. That is, after all, how the Yeti SB130 Carbon LR C1 GX Eagle Mountain Bike came to be. The SB130 LR, short for Lunch Ride, equips you with a longer fork than its standard SB130, and boosts rear travel by 6-degrees for a more capable ride that feels bigger than its mid-travel sibling. 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. 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 steeper seat tube for pedaling up long climbs to earn your turns. Its 65. 1-degree headtube is over a full degree slacker than the brand's 5. 5, a bike that already pushed the boundaries of a long-travel 29er. Of course this contributes to unflappable stability when descending steep, technical terrain, but usually, a headtube angle so slack would be a bear on climbs and have lazy handling manners on the rest of the trail. This simply isn't the case with ...

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