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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Yeti SB150. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
19 reasons to buy
- The Yeti SB150 is a long, aggressive enduro trail bike for riders that want to race.
- The bike utilizes Yeti’s Switch Infinity suspension. This suspension setup provides riders with an efficient pedaling platform for climbing.
- The Yeti SB150 provides a plush ride over obstacles at top speeds on the descents with its Switch Infinity suspension and wide Maxxis tires.
- According to experts, the bike’s stiff carbon frame and firm pedaling platform make it rare that they need to lock out the shock on climbs.
- The Maxxis Minion tires provide riders with excellent traction on a variety of off-road terrain, including wet trails.
- There is plenty of clearance for mud around the 2.5" tires on the SB150, according to experts.
- The SB150 is a confident descender with its long wheelbase, steep seat tube angle and slack head tube angle paired with Switch Infinity suspension and 29" wheels.
- The low stack height and steep seat tube angle place riders in a comfortable riding position for climbs and descents.
- There is a rubber protector on the downtube that prevents damage from obstacles and trail debris the SB150 may come in contact with.
- Experts agree the FOX fork and shock are both easy for users to dial.
- Experts agreed that there was rarely pedal bob or kickback when climbing on the bike.
- Experts state the Yeti SB150’s geometry provides them with a stable, planted ride through corners.
- Experts agree the long wheelbase and 29" wheels allow riders to smoothly maneuver over obstacles that once were intimidating.
- Yeti internally routes cables through molded tubes in the frame. This prevents cables from rattling during rides.
- Yeti provides riders with a lifetime warranty on the bike’s frame.
- Riders can fit a water bottle on the Yeti SB150.
- The SRAM Code RSC brakes are very responsive and have great stopping power on the SB150.
- The Ergon grips are comfortable on the bike, according to one expert.
- The bike is available in two attractive colors: turquoise and orange.
3 reasons not to buy
- This bike is expensive.
- The Yeti SB150 may feel sluggish at slow speeds with its long wheelbase.
- The bike is not plus-tire compatible.