The Yeti SB150 is at home at the EWS - here's a look at Shawn Neer's ride for the final round in Zermatt.
Yeti's bikes are easily linked to the Enduro World Series (EWS) thanks to the success that riders like Jared Graves and Richie Rude have had on the turqouise bikes, across a variety of years, wheel sizes and race venues.
The SB150 is the current weapon of choice for the Yeti/Fox Racing Shox Factory Enduro Team, and this one belongs to Shawn Neer.
With Australian mechanic Shaun Hughes on the tools, you can be assured that Neer's bike is dialled. The Yeti SB150 is adorned with Fox Factory suspension and dropper, with DT Swiss wheels and a Shimano XTR M9100 11-speed group set. Yep, 11.
Shimano developed an 11-speed 10-45t option that used the same width hub shell as their previous 11-speed group sets, allowing a reduced dish on the rear wheel and effectively giving he stiffness of a Superboost wheel with boost spacing. It didn't make production... except for a few pro teams like Yeti who ordered it.
Take a look through the images, as this is one sweet looking rig in the pits!