The rebel yell of the middle child. Fed a steady diet of super-tech climbs. The SB130 was built to crush the biggest terrain. No trail "too" anything. Point it up or down. Enter a last-minute enduro just for the eff of it. We say no one bike can rule all. But the SB130? One bikes that rules. The deeper you go, the higher you climb, the later you brake, the more comfortable SB130 becomes. Bottom line, the term “trail bike” gets used pretty liberally at Yeti.
The simple truth is, the SB150 has won more race stages it has started than any other EWS race bike in history. EWS. Big Mountain Enduro. Pro GRT. Trophy De Nations World Championships. The SB150 has won it all. Line corrector, time saver, full travel user: tuning Switch Infinity to go faster while pedaling or not.
SLEDGEHAMMER OR SAMURAI? DEPENDS ON THE PRACTITIONER. The SB165 takes our forward bias posture and approach to geometry and unlocks new-school advantages, tweaked to bring out the absolute best in 27.5” wheels. Yes, the steeper seat tube angle and shorter fork offset paired with Switch Infinity’s pedalabilty offers a refreshingly easy climb. Yes, the slacker headtube angle, longer reach and lower bottom bracket are strikingly similar to that of a DH bike. Yes, the “little wheels” are capable of the hell you can handle. Just ask Reed. The SB165 is built tough. The frame meets Yeti DH testing standards, well beyond what others do for a 165mm trail bike. This thing will last for a lifetime, but we gave you a warranty to match just for good measure.
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