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Yeti Cycles SB100 GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike Black, XL

Item# 297-YTI00EP-BK-XL-AF | Model# B19100CXLRGDPAC014200 | Added on October 19, 2018 |
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Yeti Cycles SB100 GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike Black, XL
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There's really no denying the excellence of Yeti's mountain bikes. They ride fantastic, build up light, and always look on point. Its SB100 is no exception and a notable upgrade over its previous ASR Carbon with the addition of its Switch Infinity suspension platform and more modern geometry. Yeti XC bikes have always had a little more of a rowdy alter ego making them fun and capable trail bikes on those days when we're not pinning it on the race course. If we had to nick-pic on Yeti, it would be that they often charge a premium for its bikes. We realize that the R&D that goes into the frames and the use of premium materials is in part why the bikes ride so well and it does drive up costs, but it often makes the barrier of entry difficult. That's what makes the SB100 GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike so appealing. For around $1500 more than its TURQ frame, you can have a dialed, complete bike that's purpose-built for mid-week short track racing, marathon stage races, or just exploring new singletrack with your friends. While most cross-country bikes resemble one-trick ponies that prioritize the number on the scale and uphill performance, those builds can often be a handful when riding steep, technical terrain at speed. The SB100 draws on Yeti's heritage of building frames hone with the feedback of its professional racers as well as its famous company lunch rides right out the door at its Golden, CO facility. So even though the geometry and suspension of the SB100 might have ... read more
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