Yeti Cycles SB5.5 Carbon XT/SLX Complete Mountain Bike - 2018

Yeti Cycles SB5.5 Carbon XT/SLX Complete Mountain Bike - 2018
Yeti Cycles SB5.5 Carbon XT/SLX Complete Mountain Bike - 2018
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SB5.5 Carbon XT/SLX Complete Mountain Bike - 2018 by Yeti Cycles
The long-travel 29er market has exploded in recent years now that manufacturers have caught on to the benefits of the big wheels. The wagon wheels simply roll faster, preserving your momentum and refusing to get hung up when daunting rock gardens and gnarled roots threaten to slow you down. With balanced geometry and a good suspension platform, long-travel 29ers climb and corner with the best of them too. Yeti's SB5. 5 ticks all the boxes with plush yet efficient Switch Infinity suspension, a stiff carbon frame, and dialed geometry that loves to go fast both up and down the mountain. It's a proven EWS-winner at the hands of Richie Rude, chosen for high-speed courses or those with pedally stages and long transfers. If you're looking for a capable all mountain bike that carries speed everywhere, with plush suspension that gobbles up the roughest lines, all while remaining efficient enough to be pedaled all day in the backcountry, look no further than the SB5. 5 Carbon XT/SLX Complete Mountain Bike. Yeti's Switch Infinity suspension design is among the best we've ridden. It's plush throughout the 140mm of rear travel, offering a smooth ride quality that makes it feel like you've got more travel than the numbers dictate. It maintains impressive traction across chattery small bumps and square-edged hits alike, with enough ramp to confidently soak up sizeable drops. Paired with a 160mm Fox fork up front, the SB5. 5 is unstoppable when gravity takes over and the trail points down. Climbing abilities are equally as important, and Switch Infinity doesn't disappoint. The beauty of this design is the translating main pivot, aka the Switch Infinity link. The link moves upward in the beginning of its travel, creating a rearward axle path, before sliding back down as you progress through the rest of the travel. This initial rearward axle path is what makes the Yeti an amazing technical climber, preventing the rear wheel from getting hung up as you power up chunky climbs. Of...

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