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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Yeti SB115. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
18 reasons to buy
- The SB115 is a short travel trail bike that is capable of long days in the saddle and multi-day stage races.
- Experts were pleased with the bike using the Switch Infinity suspension setup. With 115mm of rear travel, it offers support and cushioning over a variety of trails.
- A short seat tube allows for a longer dropper post.
- The geometry of the bike places riders in a balanced position for railing through berms.
- Tight, technical climbs and descents are easily maneuverable with the nimble handling of the SB115.
- Cables are cleanly routed with tube-in-tube pathways through the frame.
- Testers found there was minimal pedal bob when climbing. There is no need to lock out the shock on most climbs.
- The suspension has three adjustments: open, closed and trail mode. Switching between these allows riders to adjust the suspension to their riding terrain.
- Boost spacing and the Switch Infinity suspension system offer riders efficiency for climbing.
- Yeti uses a Maxxis Aggressor tire in the rear and a Minion DHF tire up-front. These excel on the type of hardpack trails found in the western United States.
- Four sizes, ranging from small to extra large, provide numerous riders with a size of the SB115 that suits them.
- The carbon frame is beautiful and durable, according to experts.
- Yeti offers the bike with Shimano or SRAM components.
- There is plenty of room for a full-size water bottle in the frame.
- The suspension setup offers fantastic small bump compliance. It floats over rocky and rooty trail sections.
- ISCG tabs are included, allowing riders to use a chain guide.
- A fender over the shock keeps it clean and free of debris.
- 780mm handlebars are wide and offer riders stability on trails.
4 reasons not to buy
- The bike is heavy. Even the small size weighs 27lbs.
- Yeti ask a high price for the SB115.
- The press-fit bottom bracket is not as easy to maintain as a threaded bottom bracket.
- Riders shorter than 5’1” can not use the bike. There is no extra small size.