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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Yeti SB140. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
15 reasons to buy
- The Yeti SB140 is available in five sizes. It fits riders 4'11 to 6'7".
- The Switch Infinity suspension offers 140 mm of travel in the rear. It is supportive. Bottom-outs are rare.
- The SB140 is lighter than other bikes in its category.
- The steep 77° effective seat tube angle and long reach place riders in a favorable climbing position.
- The seat tube is short. This allows riders to use a longer dropper post on the bike.
- There is room for a water bottle in the frame triangle on every size.
- Internally routed cables give the bike a tidy appearance.
- The cables are routed through sleeves in the frame. These make it easy to install cables.
- Yeti offer builds with SRAM or Shimano groupsets. This allows riders to find a bike that suits their componentry preferences.
- 170 mm cranks are shorter than the cranks on some competitors. This reduces the frequency of pedal strikes.
- Wide 780 mm handlebars paired with a 50 mm stem place riders in a forward stance that encourages an active riding position as they maneuver the SB140.
- Frame protection is included on the chainstay, seat-stay and downtube.
- The Maxxis Minion DHF tire up front provides riders with excellent traction.
- The WTB saddle is comfortable.
- The SB140's frame comes with a lifetime warranty.
3 reasons not to buy
- The Maxxis Rekon tire in the rear is low profile and sluggish. Experts would suggest swapping it for a faster rolling, knobbier tire.
- Experts agree the SRAM G2 brakes are underpowered for heavier riders. They suggest adding larger rotors and upgrading to SRAM Code brakes.
- Cable rattle was an annoyance, according to some testers.