- Post your Yeti
I need to rebuild my love for my Yeti ASR5. It hasn’t been ridden at all this year, and has only been ridden 5 times since it was built. It is begging to be used, but must now share space in the bike cave with my newly built Titanium OnOne and my Cannondale singlespeed. Post up your Yeti rides and get my hunger going enough to chuck it in the van and haul it up to Wales for some trail centre fun.
To get it started, here is minePosted 4 years agoKingofBiscuitsMember
Ahhh go on then…
..(start of) Lonscale Fell..
..(end of) Cut Gate..
Not ridden mine or any other bike for that matter since Aug 11th when I crashed and fractured/fubar’d my wrist in the Alps 🙁 Amazing bike and miss it dearly.Posted 4 years ago
TheGingerOne – Member
Your lovely new Tinbred was replaced by this:
I might miss the Tinbred a bit, but this is bloomin marvelous
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That is stunning!
The Tinbred is just having its brake hoses shortened and then it’ll be done. Looks pretty good. Hope it rides well. I’ll post up when it’s ready.Posted 4 years agoP20Subscriber
My ASR5-C just after it had been built in the campsite. Light, stiff and so much fun. A fabulous bike. Then I crashed it on honeymoon and cracked the downtube
Descending Lowerman, shortly before it’s death…
My old 575. Great bike owned it for nearly 6yrs. Cracked the first swingarm within a year. The 2nd one lasted until just after the 5yr warranty expired. Had that fixed and then the carbon unbonded itself from the pivot on the 2nd day of 2wk holiday, replaced by the ASR5-CPosted 4 years agocbmotorsportMember
My 575. Bought it recently, lovely bike to ride, seems to do everything I want. Would happily ride long XC on it, pratting around in local woods, but really looking forward to some away trips, wales, the alps and paricularly the Passportes Du Soleil next year.
Edit: Have ditched the OE white grips, and dropper is on route next month 🙂Posted 4 years agocharliemortSubscriber
@ honourable george
yeah I think they have shot themselves in the foot a bit with that sb 75. I think there’s a lot of asr5 riders waiting for a switch link equivalent but this one is about 2 lbs heavier than the 5. Plus, the SB 95 and 66 have gone to v=carbon rear swing arms this year, at no extra cost for about 1 lb less weight, so everyone will be guessing that the sb 75 will go the same wayPosted 4 years ago
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