The SuperJoe Pro 3 will not fit your Toyota Prius <- From the Yakima website
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The Yeti 575 has a 5 year warranty on the frame. You would interact with Yeti to confirm any warranty issues, and then broker through a dealer to get fixes etc. It is a fantastic bike btw.
I ride All Mountain, that means Up, Up, Down, Down, and Left, Right, Left, Right.
There are 3 important factors for me in a clipless pedal:
#1 Must not clog
#2 Must be able to bash on rocks
#3 Must provide a platform for riding downhill in technical sections.
I have been very curious about Crack Brothers for a long time, having always been a Shimano guy.
I am happy to report that the Mallet 2 is the just the right pedal for All Mountain trekking.
I need to be able to use my upstroke to help in the long sections and uphill, I need the platform for some of the more hairy downhill sections, and I need it not to clog up on me when things get wet and muddy.
If you are looking for a great pedal that will hold on to you in the flats and the ups, but lets you stand up with confedence when bombing down, this is the one for you.
Few Mountain Bike designs have undergone so much testing and maturity.
I have been waiting over 10+ years to be able to own a Yeti. I started riding back in 98 and my mentor had always spoke very highly of the Yeti brand.
Yeti's 2011 575 is a culmination of improvements over the last several years. The stiffness has been improved up front and in the back.
It rides like a dream and is a definite head turner.
Time will tell if its little brother the SB66 will surpass it, but the 575 has definitely earned its legacy and I am very happy to have waited until now to invest in a Yeti!