Released November 17
Full / 140mm rear, 150mm front
Meet the bike in between nothing. Leaving no rider wanting. Master of the climb, the bomb, the rail, and the air. The utterly unequivocal. The rule crusher. The trend buster. No rig can rule all, but this one can absolutely rule. The mountain bike.
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The highs and lows of this model family
|Weight||31.9 lbs||32.1 lbs||31.4 lbs||31.9 lbs||32.1 lbs||29.7 lbs||31.5 lbs||29.7 lbs||31.3 lbs||29.3 lbs||31.2 lbs|
|Fork||Fox Performance Float 36||Fox Performance Float 36||Fox Performance Float 36||Fox Performance Float 36||Fox Performance Float 36||Fox Factory Float 36||Fox Factory Float 36||Fox Factory Float 36||Fox Factory Float 36||Fox Factory Float 36||Fox Factory Float 36|
|Groupset||SLX, XT||SLX, XT||GX Eagle||GX Eagle||GX Eagle AXS, X01 Eagle AXS||X01 Eagle, X1||X01 Eagle, GX Eagle||XX1 Eagle AXS, X01 Eagle AXS||XX1 Eagle AXS, X01 Eagle AXS||XX1 Eagle AXS, X01 Eagle AXS||XX1 Eagle AXS, X01 Eagle AXS|
|Drivetrain||1 × 12||1 × 12||1 × 12 Electronic||1 × 12||1 × 12||1 × 12 Electronic||1 × 12 Electronic||1 × 12 Electronic||1 × 12 Electronic|
|Travel||140mm rear, 150mm front||140mm rear, 160mm front||140mm rear, 150mm front||140mm rear, 160mm front||140mm rear, 160mm front||140mm rear, 150mm front||140mm rear, 160mm front||140mm rear, 150mm front||140mm rear, 160mm front||140mm rear, 150mm front||140mm rear, 160mm front|
Based on build material and quality level of the frame, fork, wheelset, groupset, suspension system, and more. Learn more →
|Top Tube Length||570||601||622||649||669|
|Seat Tube Length||365||400||440||470||485|
|Seat Tube Angle||77.5||77.5||77.5||77.4||77.4|
|Head Tube Length||92||95||100||112||134|
|Head Tube Angle||65.4||65.4||65.4||65.4||65.4|
🐐 Measurements listed in millimeters and degrees
Nov 17, 2022
This bike rips almost everywhere
Cory BensonNov 17, 2022
Yeti's mid-travel trail bike is more all-mountain than ever, as the new SB140 stretches out with bigger wheels & gravity aspirations...
Peter WalkerNov 17, 2022
We’ve already had the chance to test the Lunch Ride edition of the new Yeti SB140 TLR T3 2023 trail bike.
High-quality frame with clever detail solutions
A successful evolution of its predecessor
Strong allrounder for fun laps
Tires don’t do justice to the bike’s potential
This is the mountain bike you reach for when the trail is untamed and unrelenting, in both directions. “Trail bike” is a term that gets used pretty liberally in the industry, so we designed the SB140 to be even better suited to go deep and find out what’s on the other side.
Discover the next-generation of translating pivot suspension designs. Setting new expectations for kinematics, longevity, sensitivity, and strength. Learn more
As the capability of our bikes continues to increase, so does their ability to run modern day, full-stroke dropper posts. Our seat tube is shorter to allow for a longer dropper posts. Most riders will be able to use a 150mm dropper posts on Small frames*, 175mm on Medium frames*and 200mm+ dropper posts on L-XXL frames* respectively.
The refined main frame and swingarm silhouette is more than just striking good looks – it’s an engineering approach that packages Switch Infinity and shock linkage in a tighter, more efficient frame with added impact clearance. Holistic frame chassis stiffness has increased, along with frame ground clearance.
Every rider deserves a frame feel that’s tuned for them, regardless of frame size. Over the course of hundreds of virtual simulation comparisons and back-to-back carbon prototype testing, we’ve refined our carbon layups to deliver consistent torsional stiffness and flex profiles across all frame sizes. The feel is precise yet compliant while structurally balancing light weight and durability.
Designed around a relatively linear progression curve, with slightly more progression at the end of the stroke for the added travel of the bike. SB140 Riders get great small bump sensitivity, an incredibly supportive mid stroke and a composed, bottomless feel. It’s a progression curve that’s delivers quality full travel capability, for mountain biking. Other bikes might have more progressive curves. The question is, what for?
Our patented, two-piece wishbone shock extender optimizes leverage rate while pushing the shock forward in the frame. This forward positioning allows for a large range of shock compatibility, decreases stand over height, reduces shock tab sizes, increases water bottle compatibility, and increases downtube clearance. When it’s time for service, shock removal is quick and easy.
Our new pivot designs use 100% standard sized cartridge bearings secured with precision — machined floating collet axles. All bearings are pressed into the linkage assembly vs the swingarm or front triangle.
Rather than conjuring up a claim to rationalize the vanilla geometry that dominates other “mid-travel” bikes, we asked how the remarkable feel of the SB130 can become even more capable of tackling a wider range of terrain? The result is a size specific geometry that puts SB140 riders in a more balanced position for extra spicy trails in every direction.
FORWARD BIAS POSTURE — Give racers the room needed to center them on the bike.
FRAME REACH FOR RIPPING — Frame reach remains sensibly roomy when running modern short stem lengths, but not ridiculously long to justify a “longer, slacker, lower” claim.
SIZE SPECIFIC CHAIN STAYS — Chain stay length increases with frame size, ensuring the rear center of the bike is proportionately correct for riders of all sizes (XS-XXL).
SIZE SPECIFIC SEAT TUBE ANGLES — Riders of all sizes stay in a powerful pedal position with seat tube angles that increase with frame size. This makes the transition from seated to standing easier, especially for taller riders.
SLIGHTLY HIGHER STACK — A slightly more upright position is more comfortable on big ascents and more capable on big descents. Riders who prefer a more aggressive position can run less stem spacers for a cleaner look.