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    Yeti needs to expand their size range of their 29er HT. They need to bring in a small.

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    Sneak-peak of something carbon....????

    YETI 2013

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    Judging by fork, frame shape and cable routing I put my money on the final design of the SB95C.
    That we did expect, now bring on the new stuff everybody has been guessing about for months and show something at sea otter

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    Quote Originally Posted by knockbox View Post
    Sneak-peak of something carbon....????

    YETI 2013
    Looks like a 100mm fork. Carbon Big Top? Carbon ARC 29?

    Edit: maybe a 120mm fork, but it really doesn't look like a 140 or 150mm
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    Most SB95s I have seen so far are equipped with a standard 120mm Talas, as the Fox F34 still has limited availability.

    However, as Yeti usually run the cables on HTs on the top tube I still presume it to be a full suspension bike.
    Another possibility would be an updated ASR in 29 or 650b or a short travel XC version of an SB in one of those formats. We'll see...

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    I would love to see a full carbon Big Top!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler1977 View Post
    Most SB95s I have seen so far are equipped with a standard 120mm Talas, as the Fox F34 still has limited availability.

    However, as Yeti usually run the cables on HTs on the top tube I still presume it to be a full suspension bike.
    Another possibility would be an updated ASR in 29 or 650b or a short travel XC version of an SB in one of those formats. We'll see...
    Yeah, I guess the curvy top tube makes me think SB95C. Bummer...
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    Looks like a 34 fork, around 120mm, cable routing exactly like a 95 and dropper post routing...

    Oh- 3 color options in those pics, and look at the lil fins that keep the cables from sawing into the tubing, i had that same problem on my 95.
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    Cable routing is different on the frames - so I say (or hope!) 2 models. One is definitely the 95c.

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    New choices and all new demo days posted for yeti!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chunkylover53 View Post
    Cable routing is different on the frames - so I say (or hope!) 2 models.
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    I'm guessing 2 bikes.

    A SB95C and either a 4" 29" Hardtail or 4" 29 ASR.

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    2013 Yeti rumors??? Anyone???

    One of those will hopefully be the 29" ASRc!

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltbee View Post
    One of those will hopefully be the 29" ASRc!

    AS-R suspensions are a thing of the past. Switch is the new black.

    SB-95c and a SB-650b (or whatever they call it) are only a matter of time and they will be trail crushing goodness. No doubt.
    That creep can roll, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecwashere7 View Post
    AS-R suspensions are a thing of the past. Switch is the new black.

    SB-95c and a SB-650b (or whatever they call it) are only a matter of time and they will be trail crushing goodness. No doubt.
    I've never ridden a switch bike yet (hopefully will make it to a demo this year), but I'm fairly certain there will be a 29" ASRc in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecwashere7 View Post
    AS-R suspensions are a thing of the past. Switch is the new black.
    How is that Decathlon lawsuit going?

    My wife often rides an old Kokapelli I still have around - set up as a fireroad bike at this point. I rode it recently, when doing a tune-up. It is just as good as it always was (though only frame and shock remains at this point). Nothing wrong with AS-R suspension, especially for a shorter travel bike.

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    Need a 7" all-mountain/enduro bike... Something to replace the AS-X
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    The suspense is killing me. I'm about to buy a new bike. I found an ASR-7, but I'm really thinking about 650B.

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    This is going to be a tough choice. Trade my SB95 for SB95C or go for the new Enduro 29 carbon? /first world problems

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    they are gonna tease us all the way to Sea Otter...

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    I could easily be proven wrong, but even as a fan of big wheels, I sort of wonder if the Enduro 29er has crossed the limit of what's reasonable with big wheels. I've ridden a WFO that was built up with the burly end of things in mind, and found it to be all the things 26er fanatics hate about 29ers. The SB-95 does the lighter end of all-mountain very, very well, but if I wanted a dedicated Enduro/"big" bike, it would probably have smaller wheels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OregonSS View Post
    I could easily be proven wrong, but even as a fan of big wheels, I sort of wonder if the Enduro 29er has crossed the limit of what's reasonable with big wheels. I've ridden a WFO that was built up with the burly end of things in mind, and found it to be all the things 26er fanatics hate about 29ers. The SB-95 does the lighter end of all-mountain very, very well, but if I wanted a dedicated Enduro/"big" bike, it would probably have smaller wheels.
    Yeah, but my SB95 has all but replaced my Mojo HD (even though I think my HD is still more fun) for racing etc... and training, and everyday rides, and jumping... It's entirely as capable at 127 mm as my 160/170 26er. Which is silly. And my SB95 weighs like 32 lbs, and the new Enduro is 28ish. Pretty interesting.

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    one of 2013's new frame will a 27.5 130mm

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    2013 Yeti rumors??? Anyone???

    Quote Originally Posted by Doba View Post
    The suspense is killing me. I'm about to buy a new bike. I found an ASR-7, but I'm really thinking about 650B.
    Just hold off a wee bit longer... Sea Otter is only about a month away... I sense something good is coming...
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    I will be at sea otter

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