Yeti SB-95 29er visits Singletrack Towers

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The cheery northern two-metre Pete*, road warrior for Silverfish, popped in to see us yesterday with the first Yeti SB-95 in the country. Conveniently in XL, just his size…

It's hard to believe that those are huge 29in wheels...


* Not to be confused with the Original Two-Metre Peter who works for Shimano Europe…

The Yeti SB-95A is the big wheel version of the SB-66 and we first saw it at last year’s Eurobike Show where it caused a lot of frothing, along with the new SB-66 carbon. Back then the bikes were probably very early samples, but the production bikes are now available, and more importantly, available in the UK.

Fox 34s. You're going to see a fair number of these on 29ers this year.


Intense is making System 29 tyres for, yes, 29ers.


e*thirteen hubs used to be Chub hubs. Sorry, but we preferred the old matt carbon look to the new plastic-look carbon.


Quite what the ’95’ bit stands for, we’re not sure because the bike offers 127 of rear wheel travel. The suspension system is Yeti’s ‘Switch’ system which changes the shock ratio during the suspension travel. (We covered it here at last year’s spring SB-66 launch)

So… bike out now (in normal people sizes too.)
Stay tuned for our long term review on the SB-66 soon.

· Custom butted hydro-formed alloy main frame
· Tapered inset head tube
· Oversized pivots
· Endure Max angular contact bearings
· Yeti Chip System dropouts can be upgraded to 142mmx12mm axle
· Dropped post guides
· Removable ISCG05 tabs (sold separately)
· Large tyre clearance
· E-type front mech
· Custom chain slap guards


Neatly flaring head tube


The Switch System just visible in the blue anodising there.


Without 6ft-something Pete in the shot, it doesn't look that odd, eh?



Head angle – 68.5degrees
Travel – 127mm
Shock – Fox Float RP23 Kashima
Colours – Black and Grey or Grey with Turquoise
Sizes – S,M,L & XL
RRP – £1999.00

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