I would say all Yeti's bikes are pretty on-trend. The only issue for the SB130/150 is that later this year they hit 3 years old. By their specs and numbers, they could be released today as brand new and be on-point with current trends but I think eventually the brand needs to refresh something or you get out of the review/media cycle (no pun intended) and it can hurt sales. As for sales, can they even keep up with demand as it is in this current climate? Who knows, so maybe that changes things from what would have been the "norm" previously.Good question. Has there been any new trend or standard to make them change something?
Maybe I’m not understanding, but is that even possible due to tire clearance limitations. I guess you can make them longer, but can’t make them shorter without running into tire interference issues.Size specific chain stays would be a significant and worthwhile upgrade that would make the bikes cutting edge again. Well except the 115 which needs to be completely redone.
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I doubt Yeti would upgrade the 140 with a new model this year, it's one of their more recently updated bikes in the lineup and many other models are due for some retouches.Been seeing SB140s on sale, which is rare for a current model unless it is being replaced ... any guesses on what's coming down the pike?
Yeti will never do an E-bike. Or a 29er. Oh wait, Big Top? Probably come out with an E-Big Top first before throwing all the cards on the table.I’d be down with a SB 150 Lunch Ride....I guess; but if any one of their models gets a “E” in front of it I’m done. I’ll go viral with a sawsall.....and lower my bar to a Transition.