Yeti is an American bicycle manufacturer founded in Golden, Colorado. The company is founded on the simple philosophy that they only build bikes that they want to ride. Having begun in 1985, Yeti was at the forefront of mountain biking as we now know it. To this day, Yeti embodies the spirit of mountain biking in a tanglible way, as each year they push to innovate in the bike space and push the limits of what used to seem impossible.
This is what we can do with short travel and our newly configured switch infinity. It transcends the weight-weenie, uphill only models and replaces it with a precision riding bike. If some people assume it's a downhiller's XC bike, whatever… call it what you want. For us, it's simply the bike we always wanted to build. The SB100.
The SB4.5 is not easily categorized until you ride it. It’s a bit of a chameleon – it’ll be whatever you want it to be. The Yeti crew has raced it in seven-day epics, shredded it on high-alpine lines and it’s the go-to recommendation for someone who wants a versatile bike with big wheels.
Forget any preconceived notions about 29ers, thanks to an impeccable frame design, shortened chain stays and aggressive suspension spec, the sb5.5 is easy to maneuver and feels lively and quick on the descents
Piloted by the best riders in the world, the sb6 in uniquely suited for pounding out big enduro race days and taking on big terrain. The sb6 has 6 inches of travel in the rear, with 160 mm up-front and geometry that is manageable on the tranfers, but optimized for smashing downhills.
Built for: Enduro Frame Travel: 6.0"(152mm) Wheel Size: 27.5"
Yeti's excutes the same attention to detail in their apparel tech as they do with their bike designs. The apparel line is understated, yet somehow bold, casual yet performance-minded. Be the envy of your riding crew from the trailhead to the barstool.
Yeti's women's apparel line sweats the small stuff. From carefully selected fabrics, to thoughtful design accents and fit considerations, the women's line exceeds performance expectations and looks good doing so.
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Yeti is an American bicycle manufacturer founded in Golden, Colorado. The company is founded on the simple philosophy that they build bikes that they want to ride. Having begun in 1985, Yeti was at the forefront of mountain biking as we now know it.
WHAT IS YETI TURQ?
If you've been following the evolution of Yeti Cycles over the years, you're probably quite aware of the signature Turquoise color that was often reserved for the Colorado-based company's top-end bikes. If you haven't been following this, don't worry, we've brought you up to speed.
In 2017, Yeti split their frame/bike lineup into 2 levels; the TURQ Series and the Yeti Carbon Series. The TURQ moniker designates their highest quality carbon frames, while the Carbon Series is a lower cost option of the same beautiful and amazingly fun bikes that Yeti offers. Luckily, for those who are not a fan of the color turquoise, the TURQ name does not indicate the frame color. So, you may be asking, "What's the difference and why are they different?" Well, we're here to help answers that very questions, and to help you weigh which option best feeds your riding needs, wants, and desires. Learn more about Yeti TURQ ›