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Diamondback Atroz 1
$1,075.00
Bullet-proof, time-proven suspension at an unbeatable price. People say you have to spend a hell of a lot of cash to buy a full-suspension bike. Or at least a full-suspension bike that truly performs. They’re usually right. Usually. But not this time around. The Atroz proves them wrong with four inches of reliable coil-sprung rear suspension that nicely smooths out the trail. Since you’ll need to climb to the top of the mountain, we’ve also given the Atroz a 18-speed Shimano drivetrain, and when it’s time to head back down, you’ll find the Suntour XCM suspension fork and Tektro Aries mechanical disc brakes keep you firmly in control of the descents. - Hand-built 4-inch travel aluminum alloy full-suspension frame is super strong - Optimized single pivot with sealed cartridge bearings for smooth, durable performance - 18 gears courtesy of Shimano 2x9 drivetrain - SR Suntour XCM fork with 120mm of suspension travel - Tektro Aries mechanical disc brakes w/ 180/160mm rotors - 27.5” wheels offer quick handling
Ibis Ripley AF
$3,299.99 - $4,199.99
The Ripley AF is our beloved, category-defying, short-travel, singletrack-scorching Ripley - rendered in aluminum, with more aggressive geometry. All the sizzle and pop of the carbon Ripley, now available as a complete bike at a wallet friendly price. A trail-friend­ly 65.5-degree head angle and short (44mm) off­set 130mm fork com­bined with 29” wheels makes for a super plant­ed but still play­ful front end feel. A 76-degree seat angle puts your pow­er direct­ly to the ped­als, while the short chain­stays and ped­al-friend­ly dw-link kine­mat­ics deliv­er that pow­er with­out squan­der­ing a sin­gle watt. Our 15-year col­lab­o­ra­tion with Dave Wea­gle has yield­ed yet anoth­er bike with unpar­al­leled climb­ing effi­cien­cy and tractabil­i­ty. Incred­i­ble snap and respon­sive­ness are its trade­marks, and a whole mess of plush, chun­der-eat­ing, down­hill-crush­ing good­ness gets thrown in for good mea­sure. Wrap that togeth­er and you get the best sus­pen­sion you’ll find any­where. It’s that good.
Ibis Ripmo AF
$3,499.99 - $4,399.99
The Ripmo AF (Aluminum Frame) brings the award-winning performance of the carbon Ripmo to a wider, rowdier audience. It’s everything we love from the carbon Ripmo, plus a few tweaks. Over our long tenure from moun­tain biking’s awk­ward ado­les­cence to its cur­rent any­thing-shred­dy era, we’ve exper­i­ment­ed with steel, alu­minum and tita­ni­um?—?remem­ber the Bow-Ti, the first super­bike? We remem­ber the met­al times too, and it feels good to offer a pre­mi­um ride expe­ri­ence to our broad­en­ing fam­i­ly of rid­ers, cour­tesy of durable, afford­able alu­minum alloy. With a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, the Rip­mo AF places rid­ers cen­tral­ly and upright over the bot­tom brack­et. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul with­out plac­ing too much weight on its slack, 64.9-degree head­tube angle. A 44mm reduced-off­set fork is more sure­foot­ed on steep descents and stead­ies high speeds. Bet­ter up, bet­ter down.
Ibis Mojo
$5,199.99 - $11,599.99
The word Mojo refers to a magic spell or charm, and more broadly - a magical power. Since its introduction in 1994, the Mojo has delivered a wicked combination of fun and all-mountain prowess. The Mojo V4 fea­tures a 76.6-degree, get-you-up-that-hill seat tube angle, our short­est chain­stays, and a spa­cious reach with a 65.4-degree head­tube angle. This enchant­i­ng com­bi­na­tion rolls on 27.5” wheels, to deliv­er that hov­er­bike feel with on-trail confidence. Since 2005, we’ve part­nered with sus­pen­sion guru Dave Wea­gle on the dw-link sus­pen­sion plat­form. It pro­vides an unpar­al­leled com­bi­na­tion of climb­ing effi­cien­cy and down­hill per­for­mance, which has been proven repeat­ed­ly at the high­est lev­els of racing.
Ibis Ripley (Carbon)
$5,199.99 - $11,599.99
The Ripley is our snappy, flickable, playful, fast, lightweight, and versatile 29” trail bike. Its combination of modern geometry, a stiff lightweight carbon chassis, and 120mm of ultra efficient dw-link travel, means it’s equally happy popping off bonus lines as it is crushing all day epics. With its well bal­anced mod­ern geom­e­try, the Rip­ley is ready for any adven­ture. The long front end, slack head angle, and short rear end gives you the con­fi­dence to try new lines, while the steep seat tube angle and short­er off­set fork makes it easy to maneu­ver tech­ni­cal climbs and flowy singletrack. Since 2005, we’ve part­nered with sus­pen­sion guru Dave Wea­gle on the dw-link sus­pen­sion plat­form. It pro­vides an unpar­al­leled com­bi­na­tion of climb­ing effi­cien­cy and down­hill per­for­mance, that has been proven repeat­ed­ly at the high­est lev­els of racing.
Yeti Cycles SB140 C1 (Limited)
$5,200.00
Some say the SB140 never met a dirt it didn’t like. We agree in spades. What’s your pleasure? Drag a bar. Make an edit. Stay out after dark. Try it. Land it. Or just stay at it. Happy to pedal. Greedy for more. The mayor of jibtown, proudly wearing the rip crown. The SB140. Down to fun.
Ibis Ripmo (Carbon)
$5,399.99 - $11,799.99
What if we took everybody’s favorite bike and made it a little slacker and little longer? Hell, what if we made it more progressive and coil compatible? And that’s exactly what we did for the Ripmo V2. Active ingredients include: 29” wheels, berm-defying cornering tendencies, and a love for long rides. The Rip­mo and Rip­mo AF share the same steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, which places rid­ers cen­tral­ly over the ped­als. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul. The slack 64.9 head­tube angle and 44mm reduced-off set fork doesn’t wan­der while climb­ing, and doesn’t hold you back descend­ing. It works?—?all day up, all day down, all day in between. Our cus­tom tuned front and rear sus­pen­sion fea­ture extra light high speed com­pres­sion and rebound damp­ing to deliv­er unpar­al­leled trac­tion. This allows the wheels to flut­ter through ter­rain like a tro­phy truck storm­ing through a set of whoops.
Yeti Cycles SB115 C1 (Limited)
$5,499.99
It's time to recalibrate your gray matter with what's happening in racing today. All it takes is "it's on!"—number plates not required. Born to naturally crush the climbs, the SB115 is evolved. Deft on the downs. Designed to race. Built to rally. A Lighter Switch Short-travel specific design of Switch Infinity, turned 90 degrees and optimized for lighter weight and efficiency. More Than Added Travel Crushing souls on the descent is more than half the fun. And a hell of a lot more than half the point. The SB115 has 115 genre-killing millimeters of travel, that work harder than ever before. 100% Anti-Squat Longer-Travel Setup, No Downside We custom tune the shock on every Yeti to compliment Switch Infinity's unique characteristics. Unlike other "short-travel" trail bikes, the SB115's suspension performs best even when set up with sag numbers (30%) akin to much longer travel bikes. We don't leave it to someone else to make every millimeter of the SB115's suspension travel count.
Yeti Cycles SB165 C1 (Limited)
$5,500.00
Master of the gnarniverse. Bold claim for some. Fact-checked humility for the SB165. At home outside the tape, beyond the norm. Taken on the trails nobody talks about. Trusted on the lines where mistakes can't happen. Comfortable with all the chaos. Pleased when you're puckered. Fearless of your fear. Secure in the Rough Chainguide ready out of the box. And standard equipment on all SB165 builds. Gravity Tested The SB165 is built tough. The frame meets Yeti DH testing standards, well beyond what others do for a 165mm trail bike. This thing will last for a lifetime, but we gave you a warranty to match just for good measure. Let'er Eat Chair lift, shuttle truck, or self-shuttle, the SB165 doesn't discriminate. If you choose to earn your turns, it's no slouch. New School Geo for New School Freeride - Devouring big terrain, the SB165 feels better the faster, steeper and deeper riders go. - Slacker than most DH bikes—The SB165 loves the steeps. - Steep Where it Counts—A steeper seat tube angle means pedaling back up isn't a slog. - Dual crown compatible—Capable and already on Reed's bike.
Yeti Cycles SB150 C1 (Limited)
$5,600.00
"Race bred"—it’s not just a slogan printed on the SB150 top tube. We’ve been pinning on numbers and pinning the throttle since 1985. Designed for shorter fork offsets, the SB150s headtube angle is slackened and the seat tube angle is way steeper. The reach is also longer with shorter chainstays. Advantage? All of these elements increase the DH prowess and move the rider forward on the bike. But these advantages are not one-sided. The steeper seat angle, short fork offset, and forward riding position also keep the front wheel on the ground, the power to the pedals, and the steering quick and nimble when climbing. - Forward bias posture—Gives racers the room they need, and centers them on the bike. - 20mm longer travel fork—Pairs well with our forward-biased frame matching the vertical wheel travel of the rear suspension. - Slacker headtube—Lower bottom bracket and longer wheelbase. - Tested to DH standards—High-impact strength carbon lay-up tuned to go fast and tested to DH standards.
Yeti Cycles SB130 C1 (Limited)
$5,999.99
The rebel yell of the middle child. Fed a steady diet of super-tech climbs. The SB130 was built to crush the biggest terrain. No trail "too" anything. Point it up or down. Enter a last-minute enduro just for the eff of it. We say no one bike can rule all. But the SB130? One bike that rules. The SB130 possesses a distinct, big mountain feel for riders constantly exposed to uncharted terrain. - Long reach—Puts riders in a balanced position perfectly centered on the bike, ready to tackle the unknown. - 150mm fork—Because our 130mm of rear suspension outperforms similarly stroked forks and pairs well with our more forward-biased position. - Front end doesn't wanter climbing and stays composed when pointed downhill—the rider position remains neutral. Low Slung, Long Drop Long stroke dropper post capability throughout the entire size range for greater agility. At home When You're Not The deeper you go, the higher you climb, the later you brake, the more comfortable SB130 becomes. Bottom line, the term "trail bike" gets used pretty liberally at Yeti. Balance, Achieved Refined for the unknown and everything in between the SB130's Switch Infinity provides a more progressive ride without affecting the anti-squat properties. Silence is TURQ Internally routed cable tubes from end to end for silent function and less translation of housing during suspension movement.
Yeti Cycles SB140 T1 (Limited)
$7,000.00
Some say the SB140 never met a dirt it didn’t like. We agree in spades. What’s your pleasure? Drag a bar. Make an edit. Stay out after dark. Try it. Land it. Or just stay at it. Happy to pedal. Greedy for more. The mayor of jibtown, proudly wearing the rip crown. The SB140. Down to fun.
Yeti Cycles SB150 T1 (Limited)
$7,400.00
"Race bred"—it’s not just a slogan printed on the SB150 top tube. We’ve been pinning on numbers and pinning the throttle since 1985. Designed for shorter fork offsets, the SB150s headtube angle is slackened and the seat tube angle is way steeper. The reach is also longer with shorter chainstays. Advantage? All of these elements increase the DH prowess and move the rider forward on the bike. But these advantages are not one-sided. The steeper seat angle, short fork offset, and forward riding position also keep the front wheel on the ground, the power to the pedals, and the steering quick and nimble when climbing. - Forward bias posture—Gives racers the room they need, and centers them on the bike. - 20mm longer travel fork—Pairs well with our forward-biased frame matching the vertical wheel travel of the rear suspension. - Slacker headtube—Lower bottom bracket and longer wheelbase. - Tested to DH standards—High-impact strength carbon lay-up tuned to go fast and tested to DH standards.
Yeti Cycles SB165 T1 (Limited)
$7,400.00
Master of the gnarniverse. Bold claim for some. Fact-checked humility for the SB165. At home outside the tape, beyond the norm. Taken on the trails nobody talks about. Trusted on the lines where mistakes can't happen. Comfortable with all the chaos. Pleased when you're puckered. Fearless of your fear. Secure in the Rough Chainguide ready out of the box. And standard equipment on all SB165 builds. Gravity Tested The SB165 is built tough. The frame meets Yeti DH testing standards, well beyond what others do for a 165mm trail bike. This thing will last for a lifetime, but we gave you a warranty to match just for good measure. Let'er Eat Chair lift, shuttle truck, or self-shuttle, the SB165 doesn't discriminate. If you choose to earn your turns, it's no slouch. New School Geo for New School Freeride - Devouring big terrain, the SB165 feels better the faster, steeper and deeper riders go. - Slacker than most DH bikes—The SB165 loves the steeps. - Steep Where it Counts—A steeper seat tube angle means pedaling back up isn't a slog. - Dual crown compatible—Capable and already on Reed's bike.
Yeti Cycles SB130 T1 (Limited)
$7,599.99
The rebel yell of the middle child. Fed a steady diet of super-tech climbs. The SB130 was built to crush the biggest terrain. No trail "too" anything. Point it up or down. Enter a last-minute enduro just for the eff of it. We say no one bike can rule all. But the SB130? One bike that rules. The SB130 possesses a distinct, big mountain feel for riders constantly exposed to uncharted terrain. - Long reach—Puts riders in a balanced position perfectly centered on the bike, ready to tackle the unknown. - 150mm fork—Because our 130mm of rear suspension outperforms similarly stroked forks and pairs well with our more forward-biased position. - Front end doesn't wanter climbing and stays composed when pointed downhill—the rider position remains neutral. Low Slung, Long Drop Long stroke dropper post capability throughout the entire size range for greater agility. At home When You're Not The deeper you go, the higher you climb, the later you brake, the more comfortable SB130 becomes. Bottom line, the term "trail bike" gets used pretty liberally at Yeti. Balance, Achieved Refined for the unknown and everything in between the SB130's Switch Infinity provides a more progressive ride without affecting the anti-squat properties. Silence is TURQ Internally routed cable tubes from end to end for silent function and less translation of housing during suspension movement.
Ibis Exie
$7,999.99 - $12,899.99
The Exie is a World-Cup capable cross-country race bike that flat out shreds. With a sub 2,000g frame weight and dw-link suspension, it offers a stunning combination of pedaling efficiency and downhill performance. We designed, built, and test­ed it in our Santa Cruz factory, which is pow­ered by the warm Cal­i­for­nia sunshine. We build each Exie in our North­ern Cal­i­for­nia fac­to­ry. This gives us the utmost con­trol, which enable us to hit remark­able frame strength, stiff­ness, and weight tar­gets for this frame. Learn more about the process. Whether you’re rac­ing short track or on a mul­ti day epic, the Exie’s seat tube angles allows you to har­ness your strongest mus­cles, while reduc­ing any poten­tial knee or wrist strain. We’ve also steep­ened the seat tube angles as the frames get larg­er, to allow rid­ers with dif­fer­ent inseams to achieve the same rid­ing positions.
Yeti Cycles SB130 T2
$8,199.99
The rebel yell of the middle child. Fed a steady diet of super-tech climbs. The SB130 was built to crush the biggest terrain. No trail "too" anything. Point it up or down. Enter a last-minute enduro just for the eff of it. We say no one bike can rule all. But the SB130? One bike that rules. The SB130 possesses a distinct, big mountain feel for riders constantly exposed to uncharted terrain. - Long reach—Puts riders in a balanced position perfectly centered on the bike, ready to tackle the unknown. - 150mm fork—Because our 130mm of rear suspension outperforms similarly stroked forks and pairs well with our more forward-biased position. - Front end doesn't wander while climbing and stays composed when pointed downhill—the rider position remains neutral. Low Slung, Long Drop - Long stroke dropper post capability throughout the entire size range for greater agility. At home When You're Not - The deeper you go, the higher you climb, the later you brake, the more comfortable SB130 becomes. Bottom line, the term "trail bike" gets used pretty liberally at Yeti. Balance, Achieved - Refined for the unknown and everything in between, the SB130's Switch Infinity provides a more progressive ride without affecting the anti-squat properties. Silence is TURQ - Internally routed cable tubes from end to end for silent function and less translation of housing during suspension movement.
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