Unbridled Speed

The simple truth is, the SB150 has won more race stages it has started than any other EWS race bike in history.


Feels Fast, & Is Fast Are Different.

Line corrector, time saver, full travel user: tuning Switch Infinity to go faster while pedaling or not.

Yeti took Switch Infinity's winning heritage and made the leverage ratio more progressive (but not too progressive) to provide greater compatibility with modern shocks and a wider range of racer setups.

In addition, the bike has better small bump compliance, ramps up quicker in the mid-stroke, while still allowing for full travel and bottom-out control. Racers spend more time in the supportive part of the curve - when entering toothy sections or carrying corner speed, the SB150 offers something to push against for greater race stage velocities.


Across Yeti's line, they have chosen a relatively flat and high anti-squat curve in the beginning and mid-section of travel where pedaling commonly occurs a.k.a. the pedaling zone.

This creates an efficient pedaling platform through your entire pedaling zone, as opposed to one single point. After the pedaling zone, there is an inflection point where the Switch Infinity link moves down, dropping the anti-squat drastically. Riders are typically not pedaling in this zone, so chain forces have less of an effect on the suspensions performance. Decoupling of the chain forces allows the suspension to work more efficiently to absorb impacts making the feel of a Yeti distinct.

Progressive Race Driven Geometry

Designed for shorter fork offsets, the SB150's headtube angle is slackened and the seat tube angle is way steeper. The reach is also longer with shorter chainstays.

Advantage? All of these elements increase the DH prowess and move the rider forward on the bike. But these advantages are not one-sided. The steeper seat angle, short offset, and forward riding position also keeps the front wheel on the ground, the power to the pedals and the steering quick and nimble when climbing.

Tunable For Stage Decimating Performance

Richie Rude wins running the same suspension design that comes stock on the SB150. No team only linkage or mods to his Switch Infinity. As personal performance elevates, racers are able to tune the SB150 to carry more and more speed – right up to the top of the box.

Forward Bias Posture

Gives racers the room they need, and centers them on the bike.

20mm Longer Travel Fork

Pairs well with our forward-biased frame matching the vertical wheel travel of the rear suspension.

Slacker Headtube

Lower bottom bracket, and longer wheelbase.

Tested To DH Standards

High-impact strength, carbon lay-up tuned to go fast and tested to DH standards.

Wishbone Shock Extender

Yeti's patent pending wishbone shock extender changes leverage ratio, maintains kinematics and maximizes stand over clearance. For racers, the shock can be removed from the frame under two minutes to change a shock tune or perform a race day service.

Switch Infinity

At the heart of the SB150 suspension design is Yeti's patented switch infinity, with a translating pivot system for excellent anti-squat characteristics.

Carbon Layup

Made with the highest quality carbon fiber available, TURQ series bikes offer the perfect balance of stiffness and compliance.

Unbridled Speed

The simple truth is, the SB150 has won more race stages it has started than any other EWS race bike in history.

23 Queen Stage Wins

On the longest and most grueling stages, the SB150 is fastest.

8 International, National & Series Wins

EWS. Big Mountain Enduro. Pro GRT. Trophy De Nations World Championships. The SB150 has won it all.

29 EWS Podiums

Unparalelled. And not even close to being done.

EWS Winning Margin (55.39 Sec)

Richie Rude earned the biggest winning margin in EWS history over second place (Sam Hill) at EWS Whistler, 2019.