Yeti Cycles SB150 Carbon Comp GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike

Yeti Cycles SB150 Carbon Comp GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike
Yeti Cycles SB150 Carbon Comp GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike
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SB150 Carbon Comp GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike by Yeti Cycles
As 29er trail and enduro bikes continue to move towards longer and slacker geometry, we've been wondering when Yeti would add some new long-travel wagon-wheelers to their coveted line of Super Bikes. After much anticipation, the SB150 Carbon Comp GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike is finally here, with some significant updates compared to its predecessor the SB5. 5. We noticed right away that the SB150 now has room for a water bottle in the front triangle rather than the mount on the underside of the down tube that subjected your bottle to mud, grime, and who knows what else. For those of us that ride without a pack and rely heavily on frame-mounted hydration, this is a huge plus. The next big change is the progressive enduro geometry with a head tube angle approaching downhill bike territory at 64. 5-degrees, a longer wheelbase and reach paired with a short 44mm offset fork, and a steep 77-degree seat tube angle that moves the rider weight forward for more control over the front end and a better position for putting power down to the pedals while accelerating up a climb. The chainstays are shortened to a stubby 17 inches to enhance cornering and provide quick power transfers for getting up over obstacles. In addition to these geometry changes, the suspension kinematics have also been revised for slightly more progressivity, and there's an extra 10mm of travel front and rear. These changes add up to a bike that's incredibly stable on descents, absolutely smashing steep enduro stages and chunky high-speed terrain, all without losing the nimble handling and playful pop that make less technical trails fun to ride.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 SB150's release, Yeti pro Richie Rude piloted the SB150 to consecutive victories at EWS Ainsa and EWS Finale Ligure, solidifying the legitimacy of this new hard-hitter from Yeti and proving that ...

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