Yeti Cycles 575 27.5 Full Suspension

5/5 (2 Reviews)

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Product Description

Custom butted hydro-formed 7005 alloy tube set Taperred inset headtube (44MM/56MM) Internal Cable Routing Double Row Bearings on swing-arm main pivot Cable stops for height adjustable seat post

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Richie T

Date Reviewed: July 1, 2014

Strengths:    I have been riding this with the Sram X01 build and love the bike to bits. Every ride is a joy and it feels like driving a Ferrari on an open road that should be driven harder on a race track. Quality of the build is brilliant and compared to the Santa Cruz 5010, I felt it was more nimble and lighter even thought the 5010 was carbon. The SRAM X01 is a must if you can afford it. Dream come true to own such a great bike. Wants me to leave my job and ride my bike more and hit those trails it eats up.

Weaknesses:    The fork that came with it (RockShox Pikes) which are an awesome fork had rubbing marks on my first ride from the cable runs and cleanly took the paint off. Could have come with better routes for the cabling

Bottom Line:   
If you have the money and looking to step up to an all mountain 27.5 bike, get it and guaranteed you will not be disappointed. A great climber and going downhill will make you grin like a Cheshire cat for the whole weekend.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Jason Hill

Date Reviewed: March 31, 2014

Strengths:    Super plush and confident descending.
Comfortable length in top tube (rode a large and I am 6'1").

Weaknesses:    None that I could detect on a demo ride of 4 hours.

Bottom Line:   
I demo'd a new 575 with the Race (XT) build kit. This was coming off a Nomadc so was quite a different beast. The 575 was built up a bit heavier than I was used to but while climbing it felt super nimble and was eager to roll over and scramble up everything I pointed it at. This was my first time on a 27.5 wheeled bike and it felt like it charged over or through rocky areas a little more easily than a 26" rig. On the main decent it felt super solid and wanted to pop and jump off any features on the trail. It was certainly a fun bike to rip downhills on. Overall I was impressed.

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2013 Yeti 575 changes?

Hi, Anyone know if there any changes done to the 2013 model? I'm looking to see if I can swing a Race build. I think I remember reading several changes to the 2012. Also, any rumors of what will happen to the 575 in 2014?Read More »

First generation 575 fork upgrade question(s)

Bought the bike used (was told by the prev owner it is a early 08 ) last summer. The stanchions have a few scratches on both sides of the 130mm Fox Vanilla fork, though no leakage is apparent and dust/dirt doesn't build up any faster around the seals as the rest of the fork. So I either ne ... Read More »

575 650B conversions

Since 650b (27.5") is all the rage I see a few frames can run either 26" or 27.5" with a change of drop out adaptor, can it be done with a 575 or any other yeti?Read More »

Feeler: thinking about selling my new large 575-25th

So I've got this new 25th anniversary edition 575 new in a box with fork, headset, BB, saddle that I'm not going to build up. Thought I'd get some feedback before listing it with regards to price. I've been hesitant to sell, waiting until the frenzy of 27.5/ 29er wheels wore off but that doesn't loo ... Read More »

Selling a 07 Yeti 575

Hey there, I want to get some feedback on best way to sell my 07 575. Better to piece it up, or as a unit. Seems like a lot of them on pinkbike sit for ages! Is the classified section here equivalent or better? ebay? I'm in SoCal, so I figured there might be a demand. Anyone have any thought ... Read More »

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