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Yeti CyclesSB130
Turq Mountain Bike Frame


Item # YTIR192

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Item # YTIR192

Why We Like The SB130 Turq Mountain Bike Frame

These days there are a lot of really good bikes out there. Advancements in frame design, geometry, and suspension technology have finally caught up with the capabilities demanded by riders, but with all the wheel diameters, geometry changes, and different suspension designs out there, it can be tough to decide which one to buy. One class of bike that seems to offer the best do-it-all performance is the mid-travel 29er category. Able to tackle a wide variety of terrain without bogging you down on the climbs, these bikes excel on everything from backcountry epics littered with raw, gnarly terrain, to fast laps on your local flow trails, railing berms and popping off trail features. And while we can name a handful of great wagon-wheeled all-rounders off the top of our head, one that could quickly make the rest of your stable obsolete is the SB130 Turq Mountain Bike Frame from Yeti Cycles. With its lightweight TURQ carbon construction, the plush yet efficient Switch Infinity platform, and geometry that makes the bike feel like an enduro sled on the descents without sacrificing pedaling efficiency on the way back up, the SB130 feels right at home on virtually any trail.

Longer, lower, slacker has been the trend on modern trail bikes, and on the SB130 the geometry numbers lean towards a skilled descender that can still pedal all day when it's time to earn your turns. The 65.5-degree head tube angle is remarkably slack for a bike with this much travel, delivering unwavering stability when descending steep technical terrain. With a head tube this slack you'd normally feel some sluggishness on tamer sections of trail, but that's not the case with the SB130 as it's designed to pair with a 44mm offset fork, a way of bringing the front wheel closer to the rider so that the slack head angle doesn't create an unusually long wheelbase. This improves traction and makes the front wheel less likely to wander on slow speed trails or while climbing. Yeti went a step further by making the seat tube angle a steep 77-degrees, moving your weight further forward on the bike to provide more control over the front end and putting you in a better position to put power down on the pedals on steep climbs. To compensate for this, the reach was increased to maintain a roomy cockpit with plenty of space to shift your weight around on the bike while descending. Due to the long front-center and forward-leaning riding position, Yeti gave the bike stubby 17.0in chainstays for nimble handling in corners and quick power transfers to get the front wheel up and over obstacles more easily.

Compared to the older SB4.5 that had a bit less travel, steeper geometry, and required a little more finesse to get around obstacles, the SB130 is happy to take the straight line, plow through everything approach. The ideal SB130 rider is one that finds the SB100 a little under-gunned for their typical riding, but doesn't quite need the sheer monster truck handling of the SB150. Instead, the SB130 finds a nice balance between trail and enduro. We'd call it an aggressive trail bike that's fast both up and down the mountain, and is happy to dabble in the occasional enduro race. 130mm of rear travel may not seem like much, but it's designed to pair with a 150mm travel fork up front which is a better indication of the bike's intentions. Simply put, the SB130 flies down flowy singletrack with both playfulness and composure, but is ready to save your hide when things get rough and rowdy.

  • Yeti's well-rounded 29er that excels on virtually any terrain
  • 130mm of plush travel gobbles bumps and soaks up bigger hits
  • Progressive geometry adds DH stability without losing climbing prowess
  • Switch Infinity suspension is remarkably smooth and efficient
  • TURQ carbon construction sheds weight without sacrificing strength
  • Shock extender allows room for a water bottle in the front triangle
  • Designed to pair with a 150mm travel, 44mm offset fork
  • Frame and Switch Infinity link are backed by a lifetime warranty for good measure

Tech Specs
Frame MaterialTURQ Carbon
SuspensionSwitch Infinity
Wheel Size29in
Rear ShockFox Float X
Rear Travel130mm
Forknot included
Head Tube Diameter1-1/8 - 1-1/2in tapered
Bottom Bracket TypePF92
Cable Routinginternal
Front Derailleur Mountnone
Brake Typedisc brake
Compatible Componentsmechanical, electronic drivetrains
Seatpost Diameter31.6mm
Rear Axle12 x 148mm thru-axle
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime

150mm Travel Fork

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Absolutely Love It

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 0"
175 lbs

I ride all the CO Front Range trails outside of Denver. Most have lots of climbing, followed by fast chunky descents. My last 4 bikes were Santa Cruz (Heckler, 5010, Nomad, Chameleon) which were all great, but this was my first Yeti. The Nomad was super fun going down, but was too long for tight switchbacks. It also climbed well for an enduro bike, but was def heavy. The 5010 was very nimble but fell apart on fast chunky descents. I built the sb130 as a Lunch Ride X0 build and absolutely love it. It climbs up absolutely everything with virtually no bob. I never find a need to lock out the suspension. Down hill the thing is a beast. You need to stay on top of it, but it will suck up just about anything you are brave enough to attack. This build provides an amazing balance between a nimble trail bike and enduro rig that is burley enough to take on some seriously chunky downhill runs.


what fork offset is recommended

>Rating: 1

Beware Competitive Cyclist Mechanics

I've used it several times
True to size

The frame is very nice but the custom build from CC has been a nightmare. -Brake levers were overtightened so carbon bar was cracked on arrival -Bike shipped with a badly bent derailleur hanger so shifting has been a nightmare (on an XO1 build) -Poor shifting has led to early wear of cassette I’d recommend buying the frame only and having a competent shop build it for you


This review has nothing to do with the bike itself, complain to CC directly instead of leaving reviews that help no one.

I have these bars on my bikes and I can tell you that they suffer cosmetic damage when your control clamps are torqued to specification. It doesn’t take much to mar the finish.

It's the SRAM Clamps... All you have to do is move them a little bit and they'll leave marks like that on carbon bars. I wish they would redesign them, other brake manufactures don't have the same issue.

No Guillaume L. That is very good to know. If Competitive Cyclist is not competent, I do want to know before I order something from them. Hey, d. m4579619, I have ordered two dream builds from Newport Beach, CA to Puerto Rico and I cannot ask for better craftsmanship and attention to detail than the one that the guys at PRO BIKE SUPPLY deliver. It is a very long way to order a bike from. These guys rock. They do go the extra mile for you.

I'm sure not all have equal experience. But just wanted to share that my SB5.5 build from CC in mid-2019 arrived perfect condition and all gears shifting smooth, all I needed to do was tighten the stem bolts and add pedals. 3000+ miles later and still looking and working like new. Sorry to see that you had a bad experience, and maybe things have changed. But just wanted to share that I had a great experience with CC and they seemed quite confident on my personal build.

Going on my second custom build with 0 issues and awesome customer service, FYI it doesn’t take much for the clamps to ruin CF