Yeti ASR5 Sizing?
5’11 and Medium with 70mm stem – prefer a shorter TT cause my locale is tight and twisty. I’ve sat / demo’d a large and agree with rhysw, it’d be long for me – more racy than chuckable.
Localhero94 who may or may not be along today has a large and is 6’1 or 6’2 I believe. I sat on his and preferred mine due to the long TT.Posted 4 years agothatscrackingMember
I’m 6’2″ and have been offered a good deal on either a large or extra large frame. My XC bikes (cotic solaris and on one inbred 29) are both XL but i’m not sure I want a bike that long in the TT for general trail riding.
My inside leg is 34/35 inch (quite long!) therefore the 20inch seat tube of the large would be fine but I am concerned it might not be long enough?
Can any existing owners provide their thoughts?Posted 4 years ago
Just to confuse things – I’m 5’11 with a medium ASR5 (18.5″) frame and a 50mm stem.
It doesn’t feel even vaguely cramped.
I like my bikes fast and whippy, rather than looooong.
I’d go for the large (barn door size) – given Yeti’s sizing the XL must be the size of an actual barn.. 😯Posted 4 years ago
Okayeee… any excuse 😉
Summit of Cadair Idris:
At Nant yr Arian:
Fox FIT Kashima 140 Floats w/ travel reduced to 125mm
Rode up Cadair Idris the other week on the basis of THIS video with Dan Atherton, much of it rocky and technical, me thinking *there’s absolutely no way I’m gonna be able to ride down this flinkin’ mountain*. Then, after reaching the summit and hike-a-biking the first 30 meter scramble down*, I was able to ride all the way down bottom of the mountain on this thing. I thought I’d suddenly leapt up an MTB skill-level, but..
It’s simply a truly epic bike..Posted 4 years ago
* Which, incidentally, Dan makes look as if riding down some stairs 😯
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