Yeti SB130 ‘Lunch Ride’

Apr 22, 2019

Category: Rides

Yeti loves to promote company culture, and as a daily routine for a large number of its employees, the extracurricular activity of riding to lunch is practically a necessity. Due to the popularity of the workplace tradition, the Colorado-based cycling company created the SB130 Lunch Ride — a two-wheeled commuter that combines off-road capability with sleek, smooth frame geometry.

Now, the company has decided to upgrade the fan favorite, employing a longer 160mm Fox Factory Grip 2 fork alongside an over-stroked rear shock that’s been stretched from 130mm to 136mm for improved trail traversal. The cycle’s newly adopted 200mm rotors and SRAM Code RSC brakes pair perfectly with the SB130’s carbon frameset, offering a lightweight alternative that can get you where you need to go in style. You’ll be able to pick up the frame alone for around $3,500 — but if you’re looking for a “complete” experience, be ready to shell out $5,200 for Yeti’s base model, the SRAM-equipped GX.

Purchase: $5,200+

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