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Yeti Bikes | Buyers Guide

 

Yeti are blazing into the 2019 Season with the release of a brand new model, refreshing the range with some bling new colours and the announcement of a Lifetime Warranty with no small print. Lets get started!

2019 Yeti Cycles Range

Yeti 2019 Mountain Bikes Difference in wheel size and suspension travel

Which Yeti is best for me? 

A new season means new bikes! Yeti have brought out the SB150 which sits comfortably within the long travel 29er category with 170mm Fox 36 forks up front and a 150mm Fox shock paired with Yeti's patented Switch Infinity Link to bring that mountain crushing performance, on the climbs and on the decents, which Yetis have become infamous for.

2019 Yeti SB150

 

 

Why not check out the new Yeti Bikes in detail? Click on the links below to see the individual bikes:

 

Yeti SB100 Range Yeti SB130 Range Yeti SB5 Range Yeti SB150 Range Yeti SB6 Range

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