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  1. #1
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    ASR is on the way.

    Good photos guys, my ASR should be ready in a week or so, pics on the way then.
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    Arrrgh, here's me AS-R matey

    Squeeky clean and ready to get dirty again
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    Calling out from the Land of the Riding Hillbilly.


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    '03 Yeti ASR

    Here be my ASR. Pretty much XTR except fpor crankset/BB. Thompsom post, stem. There are a couple more things I want to do, like replace the Vanilla fork with a Float. Good ride for XC...
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    My 04 ASR-SL has arrived.
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    Your bike can take you anywhere, anytime, over any terrain but, you have to force it to GK 2004. BB1, who started it?

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    Hey, Minkhiller. That is a beauty of a Yeti. Is that orange? Is that a special order color for 2004? I didn't see it listed as an option this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllRounder
    Hey, Minkhiller. That is a beauty of a Yeti. Is that orange? Is that a special order color for 2004? I didn't see it listed as an option this year.
    It is the red that Yeti has had for a while. I ordered the 2004 frame in Nov. before they had the new colors listed. Yeti told me that there are a few red frames available for 2004. They also have a red/polished frame that can be special ordered.
    Your bike can take you anywhere, anytime, over any terrain but, you have to force it to GK 2004. BB1, who started it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. K
    I'm stoked...1st ride on it will be tomorrow...she is just under 26lbs...
    That is NICE. Very sweet rig. Similar at least in color scheme to my AS-R, eh? Vader style. I'm also rockin' a DH9 and I have a 4X on the way. Straight up.
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    my baby

    I put this in the clyde forum as well. An example of a light, yet solid ride for bigger rider.
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    My 2003 AS-R

    Taken last year when she was pristine.

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    Good job! Great picture!

    Hope that chainring is OK!

    Here's a closeup of mine...


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    Here is mine

    Hope this works, I new to this attaching photo's stuff
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    my race bike - '05 ASR sl

    This bike rides VERY well. The most impressive aspects of the frame is the stiffness (irregardless of the fact it weighs 5.38lb), braking and handling. The bump absorption is very good for medium and big hits, but not quite like my Blur for the small stuff. I am having to adjust my race style a bit to accomodate the incredible, road-bike like out of the saddle sprinting ability of this bike. The front and rear are incredibly stable under power. I've raced it twice and I think I'm finishing a bit better than my training would indicated. This bike is very fast, but as I learn to sprint better I think it will really help me. I spec'd about a 23lb build, but have not yet bought the wheels - likely AmClassic MTB 350. As is weight is likely right at 24lb. Here are a few highlights of the parts list:

    -Wheels are DT 4.1d rims on WTB laser disc; the front spokes are a bit heavy duty because I value steering precision
    -Noleen MegaAir fork
    -Stansified Marta brakes (Al rotor on rear only)
    -Dura-Ace rear der. and 12-27 cassette, KMC 10 speed chain
    -Turbine LP cranks with 20/30/42 rings
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    If you go out in the woods today
    You're sure of a big surprise.

    Photo I took while out on a ride.
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    The first visit to Arizona. North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
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    Your bike can take you anywhere, anytime, over any terrain but, you have to force it to GK 2004. BB1, who started it?

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    Good job! My first Yeti

    Well firstly im gonna start by saying a BIG thank you to Howard and Damian from Bromley Bikes who helped get this Beauty up and running.
    I have been out of the Mountain bike scene for a number of years but remember the times when John Tomac rode a Yeti, Missy Giove rode a Cannondale and Ned Overend rode a Stumpy, I had their posters on my bedroom wall. Anyway, I had always dreamt of owning a Yeti but knew I couldnt afford one or even knew where to get one from. Then, a month or so ago I decided to get myself a "Dream" mountain bike and to my surprise found out that Yeti's were still being made and sold. (remember, I have been out of the scene for a long time).

    So a couple of phone calls to Bromley Bikes led to my "Dream Bike" being made.
    Spec includes :-
    Fox Float RP3.
    Fox F100 RLT forks.
    Carbon rear end.
    XTR hollowtech II chainset and front mech.
    Sram X.0 shifters and rear mech.
    Mavic Crossmax SL wheelset.
    XT disk brakes.
    Thompson Elite Stem and Seatpost.
    Crank Brothers Eggbeaters.
    Yeti ARC R1 carbon riser bars.
    Goodridge brake hoses.
    WTB Yeti Team saddle on order.
    Chris King headdet.








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    New to the forum and Yeti! Just picked up my ASR-SL! Photos!

    I am new to this forum and Yeti cycles and I have been reading many of the posting and learning a lot about my new Yeti. This is a great forum! I am am old school mountain biker and racer back form the late 80s and my bikes have been old school as well. I thought it was about time for me to get up to date so after a lot of looking I decided on a Yeti AS-R SL for mountain bike riding/racing. When I picked the bike up on Friday I was so happy! I told Yeti that I wanted the 05' paint and they put on what appears to to be the 06' components :

    I am posting a few photos of my bike. The bike is too clean now and I can't wait to get some dirt on it!
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    me and 01 asr





    top and bottom pics are Verbier, middle pic is Morzine.

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    Smile My black ASR-SL

    My new racing bike. For 142 lbs biker !

    Claude L.
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    Smooth ASR. I just bought the same Tacx Tao bottle cage but haven't put it on yet. I'm glad I bought it, it looks great on your Yeti. 37 grams for the cage!!!

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    Smooth ASR. I just bought the same Tacx Tao bottle cage but haven't put it on yet. I'm glad I bought it, it looks great on your Yeti. 37 grams for the cage!!!

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    Bike Porn

    Pinky in a bed of flowers:



    '05 ASr, Stock Pro disc kit, carbon rear end.

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    My new Yeti as of a week ago, roughly.

    I stole it for $650, complete......added a carbon riser, and my Mavic Crossrides.
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    I don't get it........I see several very setups to mine that people are claiming weigh around 25-26 pounds.

    My bike weighed about 27lbs at the shop, and I don't really have heavy parts.
    I'm not totally sure about my fork...........Duke Race.........it may be on the heavy side, but I need to take it off and weigh it.

    Otherwise, I have mostly XT parts, and some Mavic Crossrides.....which aren't that heavy.

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    asr sl

    This is my Yeti ASR SL . It weight 11 Kg and is a very godd bike .
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    Our Yeti's

    My girlfriends (soon wife) Yeti is the pink one and the green one is mine.
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