Yeti SB150

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30.58, 30.8, 31.3, 31.58, 31.83 lb
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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.

Bottom line

The Yeti SB150 is an enduro race machine. Experts describe it as a fast descender and capable climber. The bike’s Switch Infinity suspension provides comfort and control to riders over obstacles. The bike has responsive SRAM Code RSC brakes. Experts found the bike to be sluggish at slow speeds. The price of the Yeti SB150 is higher than other bikes in its category.

Expert Reviews

93/100 based on 4 rated expert reviews

2019 Yeti SB150 TURQ X01 Eagle Race

Added progression in both the suspension department and on the geometry front make Yeti’s new SB150 enduro bike built to charge. It features some clever engineering and ultra-clean lines.

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Mountain Bike Rider

Yeti SB150 T-Series XO1 Review

Perfectly proportioned and with superbly balanced suspension, the Yeti SB150 will appeal to a new tribe of Yeti fans, not just the traditionalists.

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Yeti SB150 Review

The Yeti SB150 is the Golden, Colorado-based bike maker’s latest enduro-shred ready machine that attempts to address any shortcomings of its previous longer travel bikes (read: primarily space for a water bottle).

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Yeti SB150 TURQ Series X01 Eagle Review

That massive reach and short-offset fork give outrageous amounts of confidence when you’re riding flat out or pushing hard into normally harrowing corners or tech sections.

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Bike Magazine

Bible Review: Yeti SB150 X01 Turq

A steep seat tube angle and Yeti’s remarkably effective Switch Infinity system combine to make the SB150 shockingly efficient under pedaling forces.

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Field Test: Yeti SB150

The SB150 truly is a superbike on the descents, and testers had nothing but praise for its handling in rough terrain.

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MTB yumyum

2019 Yeti Cycles SB150 Test Ride & Review

It’s very composed over all the chunky stuff.

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Island Bike Life

2019 Yeti SB150 Test Ride + Review

It will reward you for going out and having fun on your bike.

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Yeti SB 150 Climbs Like a Hardtail: 2019 SB 100 vs SB 150 Biggest 29er Yet First Ride

The best climbing enduro bike I’ve been on. It’s a monster. It feels like a park bike.

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MTB Adventure

Yeti SB150 2020 Review

The SB150 and the SB115 are really, really good climbers. I am super impressed.

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Yeti SB150 Demo Ride and Review – 4k MTB

It’s just really amazing they can get a bike with 29-inch tires and just to climb hills better than anything I’ve ever ridden.

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Cycle Path

Yeti SB150 Long Term Review – Field Testing an Enduro Beast

As it sits it is a fantastic platform. I think for 29ers, Yeti has nailed this. This can do the uphill. It excels at the downhill.

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First Ride: 2019 Yeti SB150

The bike feels really stiff under power and it’s impressively taut when pedalling. Thanks to the steep seat angle, it doesn’t feel too stretched out when sat and merrily scrabbled up some pretty steep and sketchy climbs.

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Mountain Bike Action

Mountain Bike Action Bike Test: Yeti SB150

The SB150 is the purest distillation of Yeti’s race heritage. It’s a bike designed with years of experience on the racetrack learning how to build bikes for unbridled speed.

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Mountain Flyer

Long Term Test: Yeti SB150 T2 Turq build

Fast, balanced and progressive are the first things that come to mind when discussing the Yeti SB150. This bike’s geometry is long and slack, boasting a 65.3-degree head angle complemented by a 44 mm offset fork, and a 1,251 mm wheelbase (size medium), which supports the bike’s racer-focused ride.

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ENDURO Mountainbike Magazine

Yeti SB150 T2 On Test – A Premium Enduro Bike With Unique Character

The Yeti SB150 T2 is a bike for racers who know exactly what they’re doing. It offers a lot of traction and very precise handling, though it requires an active and courageous riding style.

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In Short, Yeti’s SB150 Is an Aggressive Mountain Bike for Aggressive Riders [Review]

When I say the aggressive Yeti is for aggressive riders, I mean that the SB150 is a razor-sharp tool for its intended job of enduro racing and high-speed riding.

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The Yeti SB150 Is a Big, Long Enduro Bike That Loves Big, Long Rides

The SB150 is the longest-travel Yeti 29er yet. With wagon wheels, 150mm of rear travel and a 170mm fork, this bike is firmly in monster-truck territory.

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Long Term Bike Review: 2019 Yeti SB150 Reviewed

The SB150 is the Yeti many riders have been waiting for; more travel, 29″ wheels, a proper water bottle placement, a shorter seat mast, longer, lower, slacker, with a steeper seat angle and it comes with a lifetime warranty on the frame.

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Gear Junkie

Yeti SB150 Review: A Long-Travel 29er Built to Do Everything

Low, slack, and stretched, this long-travel 29er performs so well climbing and descending that riders who love the downhill could make it a one-bike quiver.

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Revolution MTB

[R]eviewed: Yeti SB150

It’s fair to say that when we first cast an eye over this bike our jaws opened a little wider and there was a long silent stare at this bike. It was hard to deny the attention to detail the crew at Yeti have paid to crafting this machine.

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User Ratings

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