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25% Off Select 2022 YETI C & T Series Mountain Bike $4649.94

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YETI SB115 C-SERIES C2 BIKE 2022

FOR LONG RACE DAYS OR FUN

Trail bikes are incredibly capable on the singletrack. These bikes are able to descend with confidence, handle the technical terrain, and climb efficiently. Whether you're racing or just having fun, you'll love to ride a Yeti SB115 C-Series C2 Bike. The SB115 comes with an all-new linkage that adds travel and capability while maintaining Yeti's desired geometry. It has a C-Series carbon frame that uses 130mm of travel on the front and 115mm of travel on the rear. The frame has a new swingarm for improved clearance and threaded Switch Infinity rails with locking nuts. The frame also features an uninterrupted seat tube for longer dropper post compatibility, Boost spacing, internal cable routing, and an in-frame water bottle mount.

The C2 version of the Yeti SB115 C-Series Bike comes with a SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain. This includes a cassette that has a hill-crushing 10-52T gear range that makes climbing and pedaling through rough terrain a breeze. SRAM G2 R 4-piston hydraulic disc brakes provide exceptional stopping power so you can descend with confidence. DT Swiss M1900 wheels are paired with Maxxis tires that can be set up tubeless for a smoother ride, better traction, and fewer flats. With the Fox Transfer Dropper Post, you'll be able to quickly lift and lower your saddle with the press of a lever.

FEATURES
  • C-Series carbon frame with Switch Infinity suspension, internal cable routing, Boost spacing, and an uninterrupted seat tube
  • SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain performs exceptionally well in demanding terrain
  • SRAM G2 R 4-piston disc brakes provide excellent stopping power
  • Tubeless-ready rims and tires for a smoother ride, better traction, and fewer flats
  • Fox Transfer dropper post quickly lifts and lowers your saddle with the press of a lever
SPECIFICATIONS
  • FRAME C-Series Carbon Fiber
  • FORK Fox Performance 34, 130mm Travel
  • REAR SHOCK Fox Performance DPS 190 x 45mm
  • HEADSET Cane Creek 40 Integrated
  • SHIFTERS SRAM GX Eagle 12-Speed
  • FRONT DERAILLEUR -
  • REAR DERAILLEUR SRAM GX Eagle
  • CRANKSET SRAM GX Eagle 30T, 170mm
  • BOTTOM BRACKET SRAM DUB BB92
  • CHAIN SRAM GX Eagle
  • CASSETTE SRAM GX Eagle 1275, 10-52T
  • BRAKES SRAM G2 R 4-Piston Hydraulic
  • WHEELSET DT Swiss M1900 30mm, Boost Hubs
  • TIRES Maxxis Minion DHF 29 x 2.5" EXO / Aggressor 2.3" EXO
  • HANDLEBAR Burgtec Ride Wide Alloy Enduro 35 x 780mm
  • STEM Burgtec Enduro MK3 35 x 50mm
  • GRIPS/BAR TAPE ODI Elite Pro
  • SEATPOST Fox Transfer Dropper, S:125, M:150, L/XL:175mm Travel
  • SEATCLAMP Single-Bolt
  • SADDLE Silverado Custom
  • INTENDED USE Trail, Trail Race

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Oh goodie, now we get to find out how many dentists really read SD Smilie
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Prepare yourself to clean SIL (switch infinity link) after riding. If you don't, this is expensive to replace. You must check for dirts and clean it after riding. Re-grease it too after few miles. Hope this helps!
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Genuinely good discount after the last couple years of full retail. I wouldn't spend that much on a single bike since MTB is one of many hobbies, but if I rode singletrack multiple hours each week bikes of this level would be in my consideration set.

Unsold inventory at this time of year does point to more sales to come as supply chains return to normal and people start spending less — although there's also pent-up demand from the last two years so it'll be interesting to see how it plays out for other brands and price levels.
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Prepare yourself to clean SIL (switch infinity link) after riding. If you don't, this is expensive to replace. You must check for dirts and clean it after riding. Re-grease it too after few miles. Hope this helps!
This is blown way out of proportion if you take care of your bike. I have ~800 miles on my Sb130 and I finally disassembled, inspected, and regreased at the end of this summer. It was in perfect shape and needed nothing more than the grease gun and 10 minutes of repacking the bearings. If you're not willing to spend 10 minutes cleaning up a $7,000+ bike after every other ride dry ride or every wet ride than you're going to have issues all around your bike and not just on the SI link.

With all that said: I'd wait for a better deal... 25% off last year's model that was just updated/ phased out isn't a large enough discount to spring for.
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I'm not sure what kind of broke ass dentist would ride a 6k retail bike, but he ain't touching my teeth.
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This is blown way out of proportion if you take care of your bike. I have ~800 miles on my Sb130 and I finally disassembled, inspected, and regreased at the end of this summer. It was in perfect shape and needed nothing more than the grease gun and 10 minutes of repacking the bearings. If you're not willing to spend 10 minutes cleaning up a $7,000+ bike after every other ride dry ride or every wet ride than you're going to have issues all around your bike and not just on the SI link.

With all that said: I'd wait for a better deal... 25% off last year's model that was just updated/ phased out isn't a large enough discount to spring for.
Credit to the owner of this video.
Here is the reference video that you must need to clean and regrease the SIL after riding.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6CWKOClDDoE
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Credit to the owner of this video.
Here is the reference video that you must need to clean and regrease the SIL after riding.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6CWKOClDDoE
Well, as an unbiased owner who isn't looking to cause alarm for youtube clicks, I can confidently say that in my experience and my friends' experience, you don't need to do anything more than wipe the SI sliders free of dust and debris (the same as you should be doing to your shock, fork, and dropper after every ride) to have trouble free riding. Maintaining all your moving bits ~1x per season is also considered regular maintenance during which time you should inspect your SI links.


Just watched the video: The guy opens by saying he neglected to maintain the system. Good data point.
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2018 SB5.5 owner here: I have a cheap grease gun for the SIL and I have usually greased it up 2x per season. If you do it to often, the grease comes out and attracts dirt. Watched the video as well, and decided to disassemble the SIL last year. No problems and the coating was fully intact.
And no dentist here. I bought the SB5.5 for 30% off in 2018 (end of season/model sale) at my local LBS. Fantastic bike.
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I'm not sure what kind of broke ass dentist would ride a 6k retail bike, but he ain't touching my teeth.
Whoosh... LMAO
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I'm not sure what kind of broke ass dentist would ride a 6k retail bike, but he ain't touching my teeth.
My dentist rides a hardtail. $6K will get you a really nice dentist-worthy hardtail.
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Prepare yourself to clean SIL (switch infinity link) after riding. If you don't, this is expensive to replace. You must check for dirts and clean it after riding. Re-grease it too after few miles. Hope this helps!
My neighbor has SIL on two of his bikes. He uses a mini grease gun on them. Other than that, I don't believe he's had it serviced. That said, it does appear about every 3-4 years you may need to service the SIL - depending on care up to that point. The SIL feels amazing. Even though these are somewhat short travel bikes, they feel bottomless.

My Santa Cruz has grease ports for the pivot bearings and links. You can grease them every few months or you can ignore them for about 2 seasons and then replace. Everything on a bike requires some maintenance.

My YT requires a full tear down of each pivot to clean and lube the bearings. Nothing's easy.
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Any sane states with rebates on these? Def. not Wyoming.
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Is this any better than a $150 mtb-ish bike from Walmart


(Just kidding peeps)
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