The first prototype of Yeti's SB6c annihilated the rest of the field in its debut at the Enduro World Series. Not a bad start. SB6c stands for Super Bike, 6-inches of travel, built from Carbon. The secret to its incredible performance sits covertly in the Switch Infinity link, which utilizes a translating pivot that switches direction as the bike moves through its travel, providing excellent pedaling performance and unbelievable support as it gets deeper into the travel. Fox Racing manufactures the rugged hardware that makes up Switch Infinity and a Fox Float X Factory DPS shock works perfectly with that system to deliver a dream-like ride. It's completely independent of pedaling forces and rider movements, so it works whether you're mashing the pedals or hard on the brakes. Up front, the Fox 36 Factory fork lets you shred the gnarliest trails with 160mm of travel, while out back, the efficient 1x SRAM X01 drivetrain delivers smooth, crisp shifting at the flick of a finger. The SB6c’s long top tube, low bottom bracket, and slack head angle were inspired by the company’s storied history with gravity-influenced riding. Other frame details include a tapered head tube, chain-slap guards, and a super stiff Boost 148 x 12mm rear thru-axle. This bike demolishes enduro tracks, bike parks, and big, backcountry excursions. And so will you.
|Frame||Yeti high-modulus carbon, tapered head tube, PF92 BB shell, ISCG mount, 148 x 12mm rear thru axle, internal routing|
|Fork||Fox 36 Factory 160mm|
|Headset||Cane Creek 40|
|Rear Shock||Fox Float X Factory DPS|
|Tires||Maxxis High Roller II 2.3" Tubeless|
|Crankset||Race Face Turbine|
|Bottom Bracket||Race Face BB92|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM X01|
|Rear Cogs||SRAM 1180: 10-42T|
|Brake Levers||SRAM Guide RSC|
|Brakes||SRAM Guide RSC 180mm rotors|
|Seat Post||SRAM Reverb|
* Subject to change without notice.