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    Yeti ASR 5 Carbon at Competitive cyclist

    Hi, I am considering to buy a new Yeti ASR 5 Carbon from the internet seller - competitive cyclist. It's one of their featured bikes.
    Do you think this is a good built? Would you change anything?
    Price: $4,299.00
    Weight: 24.6lbs Medium

    General Components:
    Front Suspension ForkFox 32 F120 RL QR Tapered Fork
    BrakeAvid Elixir X0 Disc Brakeset 160/160
    CassettesSRAM PG-1050 12/36 Cassette
    ChainsSRAM PG-1051 Chain
    CranksTruvativ X0 GXP 2.2 42/28 Crankset
    Front DerailleursSRAM X0 High Clamp Front Derailleur
    GripsWTB DC Grips
    HandlebarsEaston EA70 Monkeybar Handlebar
    HeadsetCane Creek 40 Series Tapered Headset
    Rear DerailleursSRAM X0 Medium Cage Rear Derailleur
    Rear ShockFox RP23 Rear Shock
    SaddlesSelle Italia XR Saddle
    SeatpostEaston EA70 Seatpost
    ShifterSRAM X0 2x10 Trigger Shifters
    StemsEaston EA70 Stem
    Tires - Schwalbe Rocket Ron 2.25 Tire
    TubesRubber Butyl Presta Tube
    WheelsEaston EA70 XC Wheelset


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    perhaps a 140mm fork depending on where and how you ride.

    Not a fan of avid brakes but YMMV

  3. #3
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    Looks like a good build, however I'm not
    a fan of Avid brakes either. Also if it was
    my bike I would get lower than a 28 gear
    on the crank.

    Best, John

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