Wrap your phalanges around the ODI Yeti Speed Grips for uncompromising traction and bar adhesion. You'll be glad you did once you find yourself dodging rocks, trees, and monsters on some rugged downhill.
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I've been riding my 2011 Yeti 575 for about 1 year. As as my skill level gets higher I am riding faster and faster. On some of my recent rides I have felt the bike is unstable or wobbles at high speeds. This usually occurs around 20 MPH and higher. I have tried locking out the front, playing aro ... Read More »
This is a Big Top we built for a client of ours, I feel it was a very well thought out build. No super weight weenie parts, everything is durable epic ride ready. This bike came in a little over 21 pounds with pedals (steel spindle) and sealant.
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I have a 2006 Yeti d.j. and I'd like to go single speed.Yeti was going release a s.s. drop out kit years ago bit it didnt happen.
Can I mount a chain guide on my isgc tabs and use it as a chain tensioner ?? or should I purchase a hanger mount s.s. chain tensioner ??
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Building a new Yeti SB-66
The hangup right now ( other than the frame wont be here for quite a bit ).. is I'm having a hard time figuring out what front Derailleur to use.
The yeti faq says its a Shimano Type D direct mount or SRAM High Direct mount.
I will be going 9 speed 2x9 ( 11-34 and ... Read More »