The Good: Great fit, good cut, just baggy enough, length is nice, good liner
The Bad: Cotton fabric, crotch catches on seat, pockets are a bit deepOverall Review: When I bought these I thought they were soft and supple and felt very nice. I mean, really, who doesn't like soft and supple, right? When I tried them on with the liner it seemed like they just fit right. These were gonna be summer shorts for when I wasn't wearing pads. The shorts are definitely on the long side. Think: modern day basketball shorts. They fit well on the waist though and were very comfortable. As a matter of fact, they were very comfortable on the first two hour ride with them including the liner. The crotch hung up on the seat a few times but I've learned to just deal with that over time Read More »
The Good: goes down faster than madonna at a naval base
The Bad: comes with elixer brakes.....whyOverall Review: Descends, jumps, and corners well, great park bike, not half bad in tight turns on tech trails. I like the low leverage ratio, easy to tune, bearings are huge, main pivot is 25mm. Changed the brakes to shimano zee and works awesome, the stock brakes are the only weak link with this bike. The bike seems a bit heavy at first but just add speed and it just rips! Scott has this bike dialed!!
The Good: - really aggressive Geometry for that little Travel
- stiff chassis
- pedals well uphill (not great but still good)
- stable ride downhill
The Bad: Not much actually.
I have to ride a medium cage X9 Type 2 derailleur for 1x10spd with a 11-36 cassette, because the rear stretches quite a bit while going through it's travel and the Type 2 derailleurs don't have as much free motion as the normal ones.
A short cage would make the bike quite a bit quieter.
The Good: Amazingly, you would not know how you could become with this radically progressive geometry: 65-degree head tube angle, 74.2-degree seat tube angle, 13.4-inch bottom-bracket height, 17.1-inch chainstays, and a 46.1-inch wheelbase. This is the perfect Geometry for descendant and cornering trails as well as an excellent Geometry for overall all mountain trails (including ascendant trails). Above are perfectly supported by Two thumbs up 650B's application. The Geometry (especially wheelbase) and weight also confidently pushs your limit on every jumping and dropping. The VPP Technology, suspension and 650B's application help you smoothly stay in the ground on most of rock garden and bumping trails...
The Bad: The Price and limited Color options.... :-)Overall Review: WARNING: Little adjustment on how you steering (longer reach than previous Nomad) and how you pedaling or positioning your foots (lower BB high than previous Nomad), then you will be The Scariest Wild Beast on every descendant and crinkle trails.... Trust me, you could not control your smiles on your face......
The Good: Best bike I've ridden, period. Stable at speed, suspension eats all roughness without changing stance of the bike, light and nimble to the point of unreality (for a long-travel, 65.5 head angle), climbs and sprints amazingly, built kit and construction are first-rate.
The Bad: Dollars? Bottom bracket feels low...? Although not as low as some other bikes. DT star ratchet in freehub could be the quick-engagement one? I'm REALLY reaching here guys. Oh yeah— if you ride one, you will have to buy one.Overall Review: 28 Miles on Yeti's New Enduro Beauty (1 Day Demo) The SB6 is ridiculously good. I picked my stealthy demo up on Thursday night, and once the tires, seatpost and suspension were proper I headed to the trail. Never mind that there were only 20 minutes of sunlight left. Pulling into Heil Ranch, I sprinted up the fire road towards the singletrack. This thing pedals nicely, I thought! But climbing the first rock section, the day made a turn towards awesome. First, the rear end smoothed a patch of sharp rocks into nothing, yet the bike's stance seemed to barely move. Not only that, but mistakenly bouncing the front tire off a Read More »
The Good: Confidence inspiring, stiff, durable, nimble.
The Bad: Not available in carbon.Overall Review: I have my endo built up with a 150mm pike rct3, and a ccdb cs, ks lev, hadley/flow ex wheels. 1x10 32/11-36. The bike can handle almost anything from epics to gnarly dh runs. It's also a very capable climber in the tech, pair it with the a ccdb cs or inline and it's hard to have a better 26" frame.