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    SB130 Turq X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike

    Mountain bikes are damn good these days. XC bikes can tackle terrain that was all-mountain territory a few years ago and an enduro bike is almost as zippy as a short travel trail bike from a few seasons past. Where does that leave the modern mid-travel carbon 29er? It means they're really, really good and are capable of tackling a wide variety of terrain, from backcountry epics with natural gnarly terrain to fast, flow trial hot laps after work, riding until the sun sets. Sure, there are a ton of good options out there but with wheel diameters, geometry updates, and suspension designs changing so much, it can make the buying decision a daunting task. And while we can reel off a handful of really good do-it-all rigs, we have no reservations recommending Yeti Cycles' SB130 Turq X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike to add to your stable. It’s one helluva trail bike that can handle shuttles and lift access until your hearts content, yet it doesn't dumb down smoother buff trails either, so those strapping on heart rate monitors and not pads can have their fun too. Factor in its lightweight TURQ carbon construction, plush Switch Infinity platform with FOX Factory suspension, and a snappy shifting, range providing SRAM X01 drivetrain, and you have a fun, playful bike that’s appropriate on a wide variety of trails and geographic locations.

    Longer and slacker continues to be the name of the game, and on the SB130 the numbers lean towards the trend of a more capable descending bike that can still pedal when it's time to earn your turn. Its 65.5-degree headtube is a full degree slacker than the brands 5.5, a bike that already pushed the boundaries of a long-travel 29er. Of course this contributes to unflappable stability when descending steep, technical terrain, but usually, a headtube angle so slack would be a bear on climbs and have lazy handling manners on the rest of the trail. This simply isn't the case with the SB130 as it employs a 44mm fork offset to bring the front wheel in closer to the rider so the contact patch is more aft than fore, for improved traction and a front wheel that's less likely to wander when the trail points up. Further helping in this regard is the 77-degree seat tube angle centering you right over the pedals letting you put the hammer down on the climbs. Further harnessing the watts and contributing to positive handling is the frame's Boost spacing placing the hub's flanges further apart and improving the spoke's bracing angle for a stiffer wheel and combining with the 1x-specific frame to allows space for tire clearances in the neighborhood of 2.5-inches with 433mm chainstays, the shortest we've seen yet on a full suspension 29er from Yeti for quick power transfers and the ability to get the front wheel up and over obstacles easier.

    A Yeti wouldn't be a Yeti without its signature Switch Infinity suspension and the new-reconfigured SB130 utilizes some new linkages and a metric shock that frees up some precious real estate allowing for the fitment of a water bottle inside the main triangle. What remains the same are the two silky-smooth Kashima-coated stanchions housed just above the bottom bracket that translates throughout the stroke of the Kashima-coated Fox Factory DPX2 shock to adjust the leverage ratio from supple, bump sucking plushness, to mid-stroke, anti-squat pedaling support, to a mild ramp up near the end responsible for its bottomless feel. You'll find that it bobs way less than other designs on the climbs and because its axle path isn't nearly as rearward as some platforms, it doesn't get hung up over square-edge hits letting you take speed and momentum over the obstacle. Whereas the older 4.5 required a little more precision when it came to line choices and favored maneuvering around obstacles, the new SB130 is tuned for full send and is happy taking on a point and shoot approach.

    The ideal SB130 rider is one that might find the SB100 a little under gunned compared their riding buddies' rigs or on their typical riding terrain, whereas an SB150 is simply more bike than what's needed and is just extra weight and travel to pedal around. We feel that the geometry, suspension package, and build kit on this SB130 are all responsible for that neutral, well-rounded position adding confidence on every ride with the ability to work so well in a wide variety of trail conditions. It's certainly a bike we'd have no reservations about pulling off our rack at the trailhead and question if we had the right tool for the job. It simply carves buff, flowy singletrack with aplomb while not backing down on drops, rock gardens, and jumps in the park if that's your thing too. The 130mm of rear travel might not seem like a lot, but with a 150mm FOX Factory 36 up front and 29-inch wheels, this bike can save your hide when the going gets rough.

    This build also benefits from the lightweight stiffness of Yeti's top-tier TURQ level carbon fiber construction ensuring a strong, durable, and responsive frame. High-modulus carbon fiber pieces are meticulously hand laid with precise layup schedules in molds to reinforce critical tube joints and high-stress areas without adding excessive weight and bulk, landing you a strong and exceptionally lightweight frame, coming in nearly 300-grams lighter than its standard Carbon series. Blending tuned chassis flex and its light weight allows the SB130 to climb with such ease while tackling hair-raising descents with composure and without equal. Yeti is so confident that it's perfected its carbon manufacturing process that it's now offering a lifetime warranty to the original owner on the frame. One last piece of tech that’s worth a mention is the internal tunnel cable routing that keeps the bike a whole lot quieter while riding and makes maintaining the bike a lot easier with the housing coming out at the exact same spot every time.

    • Yeti's do-it-all carbon trail 29er
    • 130mm of Yeti's plush Switch Infinity eats bumps and pedals efficiently
    • Updated trail geometry is optimized for going up and down steep terrain
    • Shorter chainstays keep the handling sharp, nimble, and agile
    • TURQ carbon construction drops grams and boosts stiffness
    • BB92 shell and Boost rear spacing cornering support
    • FOX Factory suspension is extremely supple and supportive
    • SRAM's X01 Eagle drivetrain provides a wide range and precise shifting
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    Tech Specs

    Frame Material
    TURQ Carbon
    Switch Infinity
    Rear Shock
    FOX Factory DPX2
    Rear Travel
    FOX Factory 36
    Front Travel
    Cane Creek 40-Series IS
    SRAM GX Eagle
    Rear Derailleur
    SRAM X01 Eagle
    ISCG Tabs
    SRAM X01 Eagle Carbon
    Chainring Sizes
    Crank Arm Length
    Bottom Bracket
    Bottom Bracket Type
    SRAM 1275 EAGLE
    Cassette Range
    10 - 50t
    Shimano XT
    Brake Type
    hydraulic disc
    Shimano XT Icetech 180mm
    Yeti Carbon 35
    Handlebar Rise
    Handlebar Width
    Ergon GE1
    Race Face Aeffect R 35
    Stem Length
    WTB Custom Volt
    FOX Transfer
    DT SWISS M1700
    Front Axle
    15mm Boost
    Rear Axle
    12 x 148mm
    [front] Maxxis Minion DHF, [rear] Maxxis Aggressor
    Tire Size
    [front] 29 x 2.5in, [rear] 29 x 2.3in
    not included
    Claimed Weight
    28lb 14oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime on frame

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    So here it comes I’m not a fan of Yeti, I don’t have any specific reason perhaps it’s just that I haven’t jived with any that I have ridden. Until now that is!

    What really amazed me with this bike is how well it handles the flow. What to change lines mid turn no worries this thing oozes confidence in the turn while you’re blowing out the berms.

    Contrary to popular demand right now I feel that the seat tube angle is a bit to steep for me. I’m 5’9” with a 32” inseam and on the medium I just couldn’t get the seat far enough back. Yes, it’s great on the steep climbs, front wheel feels planted and you power forward with a great body position. However how often do you climb the steepy steep? The rest of the time it feels like I’m too far over the cranks burning out the quads and not engaging the rest of the muscles in the leg or butt.

    So now it boils down to would I buy this bike……………. Well they did add a bottle cage to the inside of the frame BONUS actually this is a must for me. I would say yes except for the on one conundrum. The terrain I enjoy riding requires in my opinion just a tick more travel in the back and although I can add some squish to the front I can’t add it to the rear and for me that kills the deal.

    Bottle Cage
    Intuitive Corning
    Yeti’s have great resale

    While standing in the climb it feels like it sacks out the rear end
    To steep of seat tube angle
    It’s that good I only got two

    Rider Details:
    5’9” 32” inseam / 172 lbs
    Size Ridden Medium

    Like you I never thought I would be a Yeti owner but recently bought an sb5.5 (which doesn't have a crazy seat tube angle). I have been using the bottle mount under the downtube without issue. I feel like Yeti should have just updated the 5.5 rather than try to go extreme on the angles but I guess they wanted to make us buy a different offset fork and do what the cool kids are doing.. I'm glad I got an sb5.5 before they sold out. 140mm of rear travel running a Fox X2....yes!