Today Yeti has announced some fresh updates to the whole of the bike range, so that's everything from the ARC, right up to the monstrous SB165. Along with a fresh lick of paint and some component updates, each model comes with a new C Series frame option. Read on for all of the details.
Starting off with that new C Series frame option, Yeti has made some small adjustments to the TURQ Series bikes with the aim of creating a more aggressively priced carbon frame. Against the high end TURQ Series frames the new C Series models sees something of an increase in weight (around 220g) but it benefits from the same strength and stiffness that you'll find on a TURQ frame, says the brand. Each bike in the range gets at least one C Series build option.
Now, onto the bikes. Yeti's only hardtail, the ARC has had some serious updates to the dropper posts on offer. On the models kitted with a Fox Transfer, the small frame size gets 175mm of travel whereas each of the larger frames get 200mm of drop. Then the C1 spex is sorted with a OneUp Dropper with 185mm of travel on the small and 210mm of the bigger frames.
The ARC will set you back from £4,500 up to £5,500.
As for the SB130, the brand's do-it-all full susser. The TURQ and C-Series builds now come with the new 2022 Fox Float X shock. There's also a Lunch Ride built that gets burlier kit and 160mm travel forks.
These bikes are priced from £5,700 up to £7,700
Stepping up the travel is the SB140 and for 2022 it only comes in a Lunch Ride model. They come built with burlier wheel and tyres, bigger brakes, the same shock as the standard version and a Fox 36 Performance or Factory GRIP 2 with 160mm of squish on TURQ Series frames.
This one will cost from £5,700 up to £7,700
The SB165 doesn't see in too many updates for 2022, instead, the brand has remained confident in the kit on offer. However, there's now a frame only option that's sorted with a Fox Factory X2 shock.
This bike will set you back £6,200 up to £8,000.
As for the SB150, there are no updates but it does come with a number of new colourways, as does the rest of the range. This bike specifically comes in Raw Carbon, the Turquoise that we've come to expect from a Yeti bike and Moss, pictured here.
The SB150 is priced at £6,100 up to £7,900
Finally, the short travelled SB115 now comes with the 2022 Fox 34 fork and it's primed for downcountry. It's graced with four-pot brakes, 180mm rotors front and rear and it's shod with an aggressive 2.5" Maxxis Minion DHF at the front and a 2.3" Maxxis Aggressor both with EXO casings. It'll set you back at least £5,400 but at most £7,100.
Each of these bikes is available as frame only options with the ARC costing £1,700 and prices reaching up to £4,000.
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