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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Yeti SB130. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
15 reasons to buy
- This mid-travel bike is fast and stable on a variety of trails. Experts noted it was especially quick on cross-country trails and flow trails.
- The Yeti SB130’s geometry offers riders a great all-around centered riding position.
- The long reach helps center the rider on steep climbs.
- The bike is available in four sizes, making it a great fit for a wide range of riders.
- Experts agree the Yeti SB130 excels in climbing with its anti-squat capabilities and the 76.8 degrees seat tube angle.
- The slack headtube angle provides stability at higher speeds and through rocky, rough terrain.
- Yeti offers seven build options of the SB130, with SRAM and Shimano componentry. This allows riders to choose a build that meets their preferences and budget.
- The bike promotes efficient pedaling and solid mid-stroke support, with the Switch Infinity suspension system.
- The high level of anti-squat gives the SB130 a sporty feel, according to experts.
- There is minimal kickback under power or when braking with this bike.
- The long wheelbase, centered riding position and Switch Infinity suspension paired with the Maxxis tire set up provide the SB130 with excellent traction.
- Experts described the bike as playful and great for boosting.
- Even with a longer reach, the SB130 is easy to control at slow speeds and around corners.
- The Yeti SB130 has room for a water bottle.
- Oversized ports and internal cabling are design elements of the SB130 that make it easy to maintain.
5 reasons not to buy
- The shock system is not the most sensitive, experts note the suspension is more poppy than plush.
- This bike may be too much to handle for beginner to intermediate riders. Careful thought is needed to ride the SB130 down steep technical trails. The bike can easily get away from riders, that do not have the experience and skill necessary to smoothly maneuver it.
- The long wheelbase is not ideal for tight technical turns. The bike can get in the way of itself.
- The rear tire clearance is tight.
- Experts felt that it was difficult to get positioned forward enough, to keep the front tire down on the steepest climbs.