The Yeti SB95C is the carbon version of the SB95 29er trailbike released last year. With the same geometry and the same travel, the carbon frame is 800 grams (!) lighter than its aluminium counterpart.

The SB95C uses the Switch Technology suspension platform – a VPP-like rear triangle with 127mm of travel and a fully sealed eccentric system – to reduce drive influences.


The Yeti SB95C is made for forks with 120 – 140 mm of travel. Typical for Yeti bikes, the steering angle is rather flat: 68,5° with 120mm fork and 67,5° with 140mm fork.

Interested buyers have the choice between the three specifications Enduro (4700 USD), Race (5800 USD) and Pro (8000 USD) – so you should bring a thick wallet.


This video shows the new Yeti in action:

Visit for the exact specifications of each model and all other information about the Yeti SB95C

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