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The Yeti SB-6C is the second installation in a new wave of Super Bikes. In a progressive effort to develop the best trail bike imaginable, Yeti chose to completely revamp their rear pivot system. Their new Switch Infinity technology combines the best of both worlds: creating a bike for trail riders who go bigger and downhill riders looking for a more ‘enduro’ riding style. The platform brings with it a new generation of technology that has truly never been seen on mountain bikes before.
Aside from its sleek lines and beautiful performance-bred details, the suspension design of the SB-6C is its crowning feature. Creating a radically redesigned, completely new suspension platform was no easy task. For 4 years, Yeti worked side-by-side with the engineers at Fox Racing to develop the new Switch Infinity suspension system. Switch Infinity is a design before-unseen on mountain bikes. Functionally, the motion is similar to the older Switch design, but by moving away from a rotating eccentric pivot, Yeti could design a link that is an "infinite" length long, eliminating the feeling of the suspension bottoming out. Essentially, the rear suspension changes its wheel direction by translating vertical motion into horizontal motion on a pivot that suspends on two vertical, Kashima-coated stanchions, that Yeti calls a "rail". As the suspension compresses, the rear wheel moves upwards and outwards. The benefits are multi-fold./p>
Switch Infinity infuses the proven big-hit capabilities of their 303 Rail Technology with the pedaling efficiency of the previous Switch system to produce a smoother, lighter and stiffer rear end, whilst still possessing the climbing prowess and small bump compliance of the original Switch system. Switch Infinity now instead uses an all new, low-maintenance, Kashima-coated mechanism. No need to worry about air pressure or oil levels, the Switch Infinity system is virtually maintenance-free. Topping it all off, Switch Infinity is 100 grams lighter in weight than the previous Switch design.
For the design of the Yeti SB-6C frame, Yeti consulted with long-time Team rider, Jared Graves. Graves was crucial in the design of the bike as he worked with the engineers at Yeti to create a bike that was exactly what he envisioned would be necessary to win races. The SB-6C's geometry is long, slack, and low, attaining an ideal leverage curve and dialing in the perfect enduro feel. The 65.5 degree head angle is slack enough for the steepest terrain and the long top tube demands a short stem and wide handlebars. Although it screams gravity, don’t be fooled by the numbers - this bike is light (frame weighs 5.9 lbs), very efficient and is fit enough for big days with long climbs. If you weren't already impressed, the SB-6C is so stellar that it helped Graves win two consecutive rounds of the Enduro World Series while still in prototype mode.
|Frame||Yeti SB-6C Carbon Frame, Tapered Headtube, Switch Infinity Technology Rear Suspension, Internal cable routing, 12 x 148 BOOST|
|Fork||Fox Float 36 Factory 160mm, Kashima Coat|
|Rear Shock||Fox Float X Factory DPS (8.5" x 2.5")|
|Headset||Cane Creek 40 Series, 44/56 inset|
|Shifters||SRAM GX 1x11|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM GX 1x11|
|Crankset||SRAM S1000 30T|
|Bottom Bracket||SRAM PF92|
|Chain||SRAM 1130 / 11 speed|
|Cassette||SRAM GX 1150 / 10-42T|
|Brakes||SRAM GUIDE R|
|Wheelset||DT Swiss E1900 Boost rear|
|Tires||Maxxis High Roller II 27.5 x 2.3 Tubeless|
|Handlebar||RaceFace Respond 785mm|
|Saddle||Yeti WTB Volt Custom|
|Intended Use||All Mountain, Enduro|
|Weight||29.2 lbs // 13.24kg|
Note: Components are subject to change without notice.
|Seat Tube Length||15.0 / 381||16.5 / 419||17.5 / 445||19.0 / 483||20.5 / 521|
|Top Tube Length||21.8 / 554||22.8 / 580||23.8 / 606||24.8 / 632||25.8 / 658|
|Stack||22.6 / 575||23.2 / 590||23.6 / 600||24.2 / 615||25.0 / 635|
|Reach||15.1 / 384||15.9 / 404||16.8 / 426||17.6 / 447||18.3 / 466|
|E: BB Height||13.6 / 345||13.6 / 345||13.6 / 345||13.6 / 345||13.6 / 345|
|F: BB Drop/Rise||-||-||-||-||-|
|Head Tube Length||3.70 / 94||4.30 / 110||4.80 / 121||5.60 / 138||6.30 / 160|
|Head Tube Angle||65.5°||65.5°||65.5°||65.5°||65.5°|
|Seat Tube Angle||73.5°||73.5°||73.5°||73.5°||73.5°|
|Standover Height||28.7 / 754||28.8 / 757||28.9 / 759||28.9 / 759||28.9 / 759|
|Chainstay Length||17.4 / 442||17.4 / 442||17.4 / 442||17.4 / 442||17.4 / 442|
|Wheelbase||44.6 / 1134||46.7 / 1161||46.8 / 1188||47.8 / 1215||48.9 / 1243|
|Rider Height||4'11" - 5'3"
|5'3" - 5'7"
|5'7" - 5'11"
|5'11" - 6'3"
|6'3" - 6'6"