The SB6 is a symbol if Yeti’s dedication to the world of Enduro. Raced to an EWS World title two years in a row by Yeti athlete Richie Rude, the SB6 is a legendary sled. Available in a wide range of configurations, the best bang-for-the-buck comes in the form of this Carbon Series, SRAM GX equipped model. Get ready to pedal up, and absolutely fly down just about anything!
- 152mm (6") Switch Infinity™ suspension
- 148mm Rear Axle Spacing
- 15mm thru-axle fork
- Burly 27.5" wheels
- Bottle cage mount Below front triangle
- Carbon and Turq series frame options
- Integrated Headset
- Internal cable routing
- ISCG-05 tabs for chainguide compatibility
- Sizes: S, M, L, XL
- Threaded Bottom Bracket
|XS||4’11" - 5’3"|
|SM||5’3" - 5’7"|
|MD||5’7" - 5’11"|
|LG||5’11" - 6’3"|
|XL||6’3" - 6'6"|
The SB6 is an absolute legend. The biggest, burtliest yeti of them all.
In classic Yeti fashion, the Fox Racing Shox suspension components make it all work. Including a 36 performance Series GRIP 160mm fork.
Form, or function? How about both! The rear triangle combines smooth lines with a stout structure to give you everything.
All Yeti up front, with the heritage metal headbadge.
The new-and-improved Fox DPX2 rear shock is über plush, and super easy to adjust. Not to mention - it looks mean!
While Switch Infinity Technology is optimized to make these bikes incredibly versatile. The 6 still maintains a significant bias towards the downhill.
The new GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain option brings all the great tech within reach of more riders. The sturdy aluminim cranks can take a beating.
When it comes to gears, Eagle is high above the rest! 10-50t range, and crisp shifting across the range.
The X01 derailleur is a nice touch to fancy up the build. A locking cage, and Type 3 clutch mechanism manage the chain perfectly.
GX Eagle 12 speed chain - durable and inexpensive to replace. Ride on!
Aggressive rear traction, and a durable casing. Frame fits up to a 2.5" - stock tire is 2.3"
The aggressors unique trip pattern grips in all directions, helping you to keep the rubber side down, and your speed up!
SRAM Guide R Brakes Are strong and reliable. Download permissions
A bolt-on aluminum seat color holds the 30.9 mm post securely in place.
The Fox Transfer dropper post is super reliable, and has a light, smooth action.
New compression and rebound damping adjusters on the DPX2 rear shock make fine-tuning a breeze.
Four-piston to Guide brake calipers grab a big 180 mm centerline rotors, bringing you and the bike to a easy stop.
The Maxxis DHF is a moto-style tread pattern that bites hard in the corners.
Triple-compound rubber and a reinforced tubeless casing inspire supreme confidence.
DT Straight-pull hubs and spokes eliminate weak points, and unnecessary trips to the mechanic.
DT Swiss wheels mean you can focus on riding, and not worry about your gear.
The M1900 Wheels use a simplified rim construction to keep costs down, and a 30mm internal rim width for tire profile optimization.
Carry some gear, or a bit of water down under the frame.
Yeti uses the same replaceable hanger across all current Boost frames. No more searching for obscure parts when something goes wrong.
Thanks for reading - now go Enduro!