Yeti Cycles SB150 Carbon C1 GX Eagle Mountain Bike

Yeti Cycles SB150 Carbon C1 GX Eagle Mountain Bike
Yeti Cycles SB150 Carbon C1 GX Eagle Mountain Bike
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SB150 Carbon C1 GX Eagle Mountain Bike by Yeti Cycles
If you live for high speeds, challenging black diamond trails, and gnarly enduro courses, take a look at the Yeti SB150 Carbon C1 GX Eagle Mountain Bike. It's a race bred machine who's sole purpose is to get you down the mountain as fast as possible, truly shining on steep trails filled with rocks, roots, and drops. Boasting 150mm of plush Switch Infinity rear travel, a 170mm Fox fork, progressive race geometry, and speedy 29-inch wheels, the SB150 makes quick work of technical trails while maintaining good pedaling characteristics for long days in the saddle with plenty of elevation gain. It's much more capable on gravity oriented trails than it's shorter travel sibling the SB130, and does a better job carrying speed over roots and rock gardens than it's longer travel sibling the SB165 thanks to the 29in wheels. So if going fast is your priority and you want a capable bike that won't hold you back, the SB150 is a worthy steed to throw a leg over any day of the year. At this point, it's hard to question the benefits of 29in wheels when riders are winning Enduro World Series races and World Cup Downhills on them. Shortly after the initial release, Yeti factory team rider Richie Rude piloted the SB150 to a stunning victory on the steep and loose stages of the EWS at Ainsa, immediately followed by another win at EWS Finale Ligure, solidifying the legitimacy of this new hard-hitter from Yeti and proving that the wagon wheels are here to stay. Since then, the SB150 has found itself atop countless podiums at local enduro series as well as the flagship EWS. The fact is, 29ers simply roll faster and don't get hung up as easily on obstacles, making them a stellar choice for covering ground quickly on rugged terrain. Of course, all of this was brought about by changes in modern geometry, boost spacing, better suspension, and refined frame materials--all things that Yeti took full advantage of with this new bike. The unmistakable Yeti ride quality is attributed to their Sw...

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