Yeti didn’t really have anything new to show off that we haven’t seen before, but as this old school classic proves you don’t always need something new in order to show off. Yeti have the kind of heritage than many other companies would die for, and it’s great to be reminded of their great history from time to time. This bike was in mint condition and most of the period components were box fresh. I dread to think how much this thing is worth. Oh, and note the Hite-Rite, the precursor to the dropper post.
As a fitting reminder of just how far we’ve come over the years Yeti had Jared Graves’s SB-66 sitting alongside the old school classic. Aside from illustrating the progression of the sport, both bikes showed that Yeti have always made rad bikes, and long may it continue.