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Yeti Cycles 575 X01 Complete Bike - 2014

Frame Material: high-modulus carbon fiber
Suspension: full suspension
Rear Shock: Custom-tuned FOX FLOAT CTD Adjust BV
Rear Travel: 100 mm
Fork: FOX FLOAT CTD 32 Factory
Front Travel: 120 mm
Headset: 44 mm 56 mm Cane Creek 40 Tapered
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It doesn't take a Ph.D. to look at the paperwork on the 2015 Yeti ASR Carbon X01 Complete Bike with ENVE Wheels to deduce that this thing can rip apart almost any trail, and quickly. With super low weight, a burly build, and geometry balanced for both aggressive XC-like climbing and confident technical descending, the bike is a dream come true for those seeking the 24-hour marathon podium, or anyone else after a race-ready, all-day machine.

It's true that Yeti's most current reputation has been forged in the world of all-mountain big rigs and gravity riding, but be not misled. Yeti's heritage is deeply rooted in bikes that climb, too. Back in the day — and even not so far back — cross-country legends like John Tomac and Paul Rowney were practically yawning their way around rivals aboard bikes like the original Yeti ARC Hardtail, which was so light, stiff, and fast it was almost unfair. The ASR Carbon frameset proudly continues this tradition, and pulls both new and old tricks out of its hat to put on an amazing show of technical prowess.

For starters, carbon reigns supreme here. Yeti's been poking and prodding its blend of high-modulus fibers for years, and in the case of the ASR Carbon, it takes the form of an extremely stiff but light frame (4.2 lbs) that utilizes a single-pivot linkage system. Where you won't find a fancy multi-link suspension platform, you find good reason. The single-pivot design saves major weight, and the rate-modifying link that guides the carbon "Loopstays" rear swing-arm teams up with a FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock on which Yeti worked obsessively with FOX to dial in the proper tune. Efficiency on the climbs and confidence on the descents is yours, as the linkage/shock combo make for a highly controlled but also reactive platform that feels bigger than it is. Throw a relatively low bottom bracket and a somewhat slack head tube angle into the mix with that efficiency — nods to Yeti's downhill expertise — and you have a machine that can do damn near anything, and feels comfortable doing it, all day or night. Designed around a 120mm fork foremost, the frame can also happily accept a 100mm fork for a slightly lower, quicker feel.

Average rating: 5.0
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