The SB5.5 is where the trail, all-mountain and gravity bike intersect
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$100 / 24hrs
MD, LG, XL coming soon
Medium 5'7"- 5'11" 170 -180cm | Large 5'11"- 6'3" 180 -188cm | XL 6'3" - 6'6" 183-190.5cm
Sizes Medium through XL to fit most riders.
The SB5.5 is designed to take on the gnarliest trails Colorado's front range has to offer.
SRAM's guide series brakes take care of all the stopping. 180mm rotors fit without the need for adapters. The boosted rear triangle sports a unified structure design for maximum stiffness and minimal weight.
SRAM Guide calipers use a four-piston design, which provides huge power in a small package. Organic pads keep stopping quiet and allow you to focus on your line.
Big moto-style block and tread and soft rubber on the sides keep the Minion DHF glued to the trail and you on your bike.
Both front and rear wheels are DT Swiss through and through. Stiff, strong, and durable - without the added cost of carbon.
the Fox Float X rear shock sports a piggyback oil reservoir for superior heat management. You'll get consistent performance from top to bottom, no matter how gnarly the descent.
With 160mm of sturdy, plush Fox 36 travel up front, you'll be able to smash through the rocks like you never imagined possible. Clean lines on the front triangle keep things neat, and looking great.
The Aggressor is becoming the rear tire or choice for most of our riders. Relatively fast-rolling with nasty grip in all directions. It'll get you through. We run 'em tubeless with Oran Seal sealant, EXO casings, and a Double-Down option is available for punishing riders.
Grip for days, and a high-volume size.
The Guide RS brake is a solid choice. Great ergonomics, good looks, and a simple and serviceable design.
Slim grips with a diamond psttern give a dash of old-school style. We recommend the upgrade to an Ergon Factory grip.
The 125mm Fox Transfer Elite dropper on this medium demo bike is controlled by the 1x style lever, which tucks neatly under the bar. Also known as the "fun button".
We think WTB makes a darn good saddle, and Yeti thinks so too. Custom embossed shell and painted rails keep things custom.
SRAM continues to up its game across all departments. The new Eagle GXP cranksets are no exception. Stiff, strong, lightweight, and sexy. the redesigned 30 tooth chainring runs quieter, lasts longer, and will get you anywhere you need to go.
A single bottle cage mounting point below the downtube may not be an ideal place for your water - fortunately it's a great place to carry repair gear, tools, and other necessities. Integrated elastomer frame protection keeps stray rocks from doing damage.
Internally Routed cables on Yeti's 2017 line keep things neet and organized. The CTD compression dampening dial on the Fox 36 allows the rider to firm up the suspension with the flick of a finger.
DT Swiss XM Series rims are heat-treated, bead-blasted, TIG-welded, hard-anodized, tubeless-readdy, and badd-ass. The 481 rim rocks a 30mm internal width for maximum performance with 2.3" - 2.8" tires.