Descended from the legendary SB5.5, and informed by the needs of Yeti's Enduro World Series race team, the SB150 is aimed squarely at the top of the podium. And while that might make Yeti's biggest Superbike sound intimidating, the reality is the SB150 is much friendlier than its backstory might suggest.
It's forgiving and stable at wide open speeds, and it's neutral and balanced while grinding up technical climbs.
Whether you ride it at the bike park, the backcountry, or your local trails, this machine offers an open invitation to push it as far as you like.
The SB150 is a big bike, but the pedaling efficiency offered by the Switch Infinity suspension platform ensures that the rider won't pay a penalty when the biggest superbike is pointed uphill. The combination of surprising climbing aptitude and no-holds-barred descending prowess will suit aggressive riders perfectly, while
the bike's natural poise and welcoming demeanor will make it an outstanding option for those with competitive aspirations in gravity fueled disciplines.
As you'd expect, the SB150's geometry also pushes a few boundaries. The 170mm Fox 36 sits at a very relaxed 64.5 degree head angle, and it's tempered with a short 44mm fork offset that maintains predictability regardless of the speed. As you'd expect from a Yeti, the cockpit is roomy, giving the rider plenty of space to get comfortable.
The result is decidedly new school, but it’s also reminiscent of the classic balanced handling we've come to expect from Yeti's biggest travel trail bikes.
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