When you throw a leg over the all-new SB150, you'll find it rides strikingly similar to nothing. It rides bigger, climbs better and is difficult to put into a neat little box. Is it a race rig? Absolutely. In fact, the steep, grueling downhill tracks of the Enduro World Series pushed Yeti engineers to make a bike that could handle the toughest downhills, but still be efficient enough to ride all day in the mountains. Some may say it's too slack, too low, too long, too big, too different just to say so. That's fine. The Yeti SB150isn't for everyone. But riders who really push this bike quickly become accustomed to its new-found capability in profound ways.