Yeti Sb150 Turq Series X01 Eagle Review
Yeti has had a great suspension system and frame feel for a while but now it's added seriously progressive geometry to its latest bikes. That’s obvious on the SB150, its new longer-travel 29er, but the similarly racer-focused suspension feel won’t suit everyone. Yeti SB150 XO1 Eagle Race Build review Yeti SB130 review Yeti SB150 TURQ Series X01 Eagle frame A much longer reach (480mm, large), slacker 64-degree head angle and radically steep 77-degree seat angle are the most obvious dots joining the SB150 together, but the whole centre section of the bike has been remodelled, leaving the frame locked down noticeably more stiffly than on any other Yeti we’ve ridden. Although it uses the brand’s premium ‘TURQ Series’ carbon, the frame is still hefty (3.4kg, claimed), but comes with a lifetime warranty. Practical details include space for a bottle, tube guides for the internal cable routing and extensive armouring. There’s ...
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