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Yeti Cycles SB130 Carbon C2 GX Eagle Mountain Bike

Purchase - $5900.00

Every year new mountain bikes across all disciplines are rapidly expanding their capabilities. From cross-country shredders to enduro-race machines, bikes are becoming more usable on a wider variety of trails. While this versatility makes riding any bike more fun, it can make it difficult to narrow down a purchasing choice to a single bike, especially if you're in the mid-price range. Hot topics such as slack geometry, wheel sizes, and long-travel make things even more confusing. Fortunately more capable bikes means the "middle of the road" category just got wider, and mid-travel 29er trail bikes now shred everything from long-distance backcountry epics to beefy bike park jump lines. The Yeti SB130 Carbon C2 GX Eagle Mountain Bike sits right at the front of the pack, making quick work of steep technical trails and allowing you to billygoat up climbs that your buddies walk up without thinking twice. Anyone who has ridden the Switch Infinity rear linkage can attest to how it simultaneously provides grippy traction, supple forgiveness, and playful support. These attributes are exemplified well by the SB130 thanks to its balanced build characteristics. Factor in its lightweight carbon construction, plush Switch Infinity platform with FOX suspension, and a snappy shifting, wide-range SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain, and you have an ultra-capable bike at an impressive price point considering it's cutting-edge technology.Longer and slacker continues to be the name of the game, and on the SB130 the numbers lean towards the trend of a more capable descending bike that can still pedal when it's time to earn your turn. Its 65. 5-degree headtube is a full degree slacker than the brands 5. 5, a bike that already pushed the boundaries of a long-travel 29er. Of course this contributes to unflappable stability when descending steep, technical terrain, but usually, a headtube angle so slack would be a bear on climbs and have lazy handling manners on the rest of the trail. This simply i...