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For 2014, Switch Technology is the mind, body, and soul of the of the SB66 Comp! You may have heard the legend of the hallowed Switch Technology, or even have seen it with your own eyes on some top-notch, fortune-draining elite build, that one could only dream of owning. For those who haven’t heard the tale; Switch Technology is a modified dual-link system that utilizes an eccentric mechanism that switches direction as the bike moves through travel to control pedaling forces and wheel path, resulting in both efficient climbing and descending. With the SB66 Comp 2014, Switch Technology is no longer a concept of fiction to those on a budget, as it comes suited with an affordable component package, and was designed to work in conjunction with Yeti’s industry leading Switch Technology platform to create a micro-link that continuously repositions the lower pivot of the swing arm, bringing a very high-end, 26” wheel mountain bike experience to a friendly price point.
The visually stunning lines and sculpted tubeset of the SB66 Comp will capture your attention like love-at-first-sight. The progressive geometry and Switch Technology give the bike a more aggressive feel that yearns to be ridden hard. The suspension is quite active yet completely efficient for trekking up large climbs. The alloy frame weighs in at 7.75 pounds (claimed weight.) The frame is super light weight yet durable enough to be taken on gnarly trails.
As previously mentioned, the SB66 Comp features an affordable component assembly, however don’t let the word “affordable” fool you into thinking the component group is lackluster. Yeti Cycles knows that a frame forged by gods would be nothing without a reliable component set, which is why they went with SRAM to complete the drivetrain. SRAM lends its X-7 dependability to the shifters and front derailleur, while the smoothness and efficiency of X-9 is utilized for the rear derailleur. The Fox 34 EVO with 160mm of travel and Fox EVO (8.5”X2.5”), is sure to gobble up rocks, roots, ruts and bumps, for breakfast. Truvative rounds out the cockpit with a T20 series stem and seatpost, and a T30 handlebar.
The Switch Technology will have you jonesin for hills to climb, and what goes up must come down, and what comes down must eventually come to a halt, which is why the SB66 Comp comes with Avid Elixir 5 brakes and brake levers that provide maximum stopping power when desired. The SB66 Comp rolls on DT Swiss M1900 wheels, laced with Maxxis tires; a recipe for trail shredding. Get off the couch and into the saddle of the SB66 Comp, and wage battle on that daunting ascent that’s been haunting you, or simply head to the bike park for an adrenaline fix.
|Frame||SB66 Aluminum Alloy|
|Fork||FOX 34 EVO 160|
|Headset||Cane Creek, zeroStack 44mm/56mm tapered|
|Rear Shock||FOX EVO (8.5”X2.5”)|
|Wheelset||DT Swiss M1900|
|Brakes||AVID Elixir 5|
|Brake Levers||AVID Elixir 5|
|Shifters||SRAM X-7 10SPD|
|Front Derailleur||SRAM X-7 direct-mount|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM X-9 10SPD|
|Bottom Bracket||73MM Shell|
Note: Components are subject to change without notice.
|Size||Extra Small||Small||Medium||Large||Extra Large|
|Top Tube Length||22.2||23.2||24.3||25.3||26.0|
|Seat Tube Length||14.8||16.5||18.0||19.5||21.0|
|Head Tube Length||3.70||4.90||4.90||5.50||6.30|
|Head Tube Angle||66.2°||66.2°||66.2°||66.2°||66.2°|
|Seat Tube Angle||71.2°||71.2°||71.2°||71.2°||71.2°|