Yeti Cycles SB6 Carbon XT/SLX Complete Mountain Bike - 2018

Yeti Cycles SB6 Carbon XT/SLX Complete Mountain Bike - 2018
Yeti Cycles SB6 Carbon XT/SLX Complete Mountain Bike - 2018
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SB6 Carbon XT/SLX Complete Mountain Bike - 2018 by Yeti Cycles
The SB6 is Yeti's flagship enduro race bike, piloted by Richie Rude to the top step of numerous EWS podiums. The SB6 absolutely rips on the descents, letting you take the straight line through pretty much anything with striking confidence and composure. That being said, exceptional descending prowess is not the only defining element of a modern all-mountain bike. In order to qualify as a one-bike quiver and be a successful enduro race machine, the bike must also pedal and climb well. The SB6 certainly fits the bill, able to tackle tough climbs and long transfer stages without exhausting your energy. If you're in the market for a capable all-mountain bike with plush suspension and dialed geometry, something ready to slay technical descents and then pedal back to the top for more, the SB6 Carbon XT/SLX Complete Mountain Bike is a formidable choice. Yeti's Switch Infinity suspension is among the best we've ridden. It's plush throughout the 6in of rear travel, offering a smooth ride quality that feels like you've got more travel than the numbers show. It maintains impressive traction across chattery brake bumps and square-edged hits alike, with enough ramp-up to confidently absorb sizeable drops. Paired with a 160mm Fox fork up front, the SB6 is right at home when gravity takes over and the trail points downward. Climbing abilities are just as important as descending, and fortunately Switch Infinity is adept at both. The beauty of this design is the translating main pivot, aka the Switch Infinity link. The link moves upward in the beginning of the 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 impressive technical climber, preventing the rear wheel from getting hung up as you power up chunky climbs. Of course, the pedaling platform is supportive too, with almost no bob when you get out of the saddle to hammer up a steep incline. We found ourse...

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