Yeti SB115

Yeti SB115 Top Tier Build

You’re a connoisseur of componentry, always seeking the top shelf kits, so you’ll appreciate that the Yeti SB115 comes with all the industry bests. The T3 TURQ build kit comes with a SRAM XX1 Eagle drivetrain and the option to upgrade to XX1 Eagle AXS electronics. The top-tier build rolls on DT Swiss XM high-end aluminum wheelsets with the option to upgrade to DT Swiss EXC Carbon wheelsets.

All TURQ build kits come with 130mm of travel with FOX Factory 34 Fit4 Forks and FOX Factory Float DPS rear shocks. The best build kit option will equate to the lightest SB115.

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Yeti SB115 Options

Like all Yeti mountain bikes, the SB115 comes in size-specific geometry resulting in consistent torsional stiffness and flex, no matter the frame size. Like its predecessor, the SB115 proves that lively and agile performance can come from a cleverly designed short travel bike.

The Yeti SB115 goes beyond recognition as a trustworthy race rig, proving itself as an excellent choice for long, demanding rides in rugged downcountry terrain as well. Offering enhanced rear-wheel traction, the SB115 promises unprecedented versatility and responsive handling on demanding trails.

The SB115 is designed to conquer epic alpine adventures and multi-day enduro-style stage races alike. With a 115mm shock, claimed to outperform its competitors, 130mm travel in the front, and optimized geometry, riders can stay comfortable and agile over long race days while also taking advantage of its lower bottom bracket, keeping you balanced and agile, on the ascent or during aggressive descents.

Switch Infinity offers heightened sensitivity to adapt to how you’re moving and what you’re moving through on the SB115.

Ride the Yeti SB115

Versatile and competitive for long alpine days and enduro-style stage races alike

Switch Infinity offers futuristic suspension for efficient pedal strokes and speedy, nimble descents

Forward bias increases rider balance and agility on fast, technical terrain