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Once again, Yeti proves that you don't have to go heavyweight to tackle brutal terrain. The 575 Enduro Plus build with RP2 rear shock is loaded with lightweight components that have a reputation for tough reliability. Of course, Yeti left the XTR and XX bits to the guys who like to go fast with their wheels safely planted on terra firma. For those of us who would rather spend some quality air time, the DT Swiss X1600 wheelset and SRAM X7/X9 drivetrain are much more suitable choices. Of course, having 150mm of plush Fox Racing travel doesn't hurt, either. And keeping this all-terrain freight train in control is the department of Avid's ultra-powerful Elixir 5 hydraulic discs. Of course, the 575 Enduro Pro isn't as light as a carbon fiber hardtail with an XC race build kit, but don't tell that to the guy in tights who just watched helplessly as a 575 blew right by.

  • Tapered inset headtube for greater stiffness and durability
  • Internal cable routing on rear triangle for a cleaner look and less crap to snag on rocks, trees, and underbrush
  • Custom chain-slap guards save your frame from the inevitable chainstay damage
  • Cable stops for drop seatpost
  • Double-row, main-pivot cartridge bearings and redesigned chainstays increase durability and torsional rigidity
  • The 142mm oversized rear axle and a stiff hydro-formed main triangle with a tapered headtube add to the chassis' overall stiffness for accurate handling
  • Highly tuneable yet intuitive Fox suspension bits front and rear for efficient climbing and plush, trail-leveling action
  • DT Swiss wheelset with tough X1600 rims, double-butted spokes and quick-engaging, long-lasting 350s thru-axle hubs provide flex-free trail-rippin' performance
  • ISCG05 tabs for running a single ring and chain guide
  • US Yeti dealers are prohibited from shipping Yeti bicycles to any country other than Canada, Mexico or the US.

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This is really more of a statement than a question, the bike on this page is not the bike advertised, it is the lower model. Though the yellow and white are correct.