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Jun 23, 2020 at 16:01
Jun 23, 2020

Yeti SB130 T1 DT Swiss 1200 Carbon wheels

$6300 USD
2020 Yeti SB130 Turq series carbon fiber with 12-spd XT or T1 package. I ordered this last summer but ended up having to wait over three months due to limited availability of the 12-spd XT grouppo. I bought with Reynolds XMC 1200 series 30mm carbon wheels. By the time the bike I arrived we were close to winter mode and so it ended up sitting out a good chunk of the year and this year has been spotty thus far. Based on Strava it has less than 160 miles on it. It's a size Large painted in the current model year anthracite color. Everything is in flawless functioning condition, no accidents, no hits nothing. There are a few small scuffs on the non drive side of the rear swing arm and the non drive side fork stickers. This bike retails for $8300 and based on my recent conversations with the folks at Yeti and a few friendly shops they are in very short supply. I've seen The Pro's Closet selling similarly equipped last years models for $7300 on eBay and given the age and condition of the bike I think $6300 is fair. I will consider swapping the wheels over the 1700 series from my Pivot (similar condition) for $5200 and sell the frameset alone for $4700. I've had the bike looked over by a local bike shop and it got a perfect bill of health (they basically yelled at me for not riding it). I can provide the name if anyone wants some feedback. I have all the original shipping box/materials from Yeti as well as the manuals. It has not been registered but I am not sure that the warranty would transfer. I can ship anywhere in the CONUS for the asking price, but international shipping is extra. I'm a longtime fan of the Yeti brand and am somewhat bittersweet about not keeping this bike, but it's just not a good match for me. You can check out some of my vintage Yeti stuff here if you'd like : https://www.secondspincycles.com/yeti-cycles/ Please feel free to reach out with any questions. The bike will also be listed on eBay.

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secondspincycles secondspincycles's article
Mar 17, 2020 at 12:21
Mar 17, 2020
Now THAT Was a Bike: 1991 Bradbury Manitou FS
Ok yeah. I need to larn the proper terms. As a guy who's been living in the world of vintage hardtails, my suspension speak at a toddler level. What I meant is that while there is some bob in the bike there is no feedback from the drivetrain. That pedaling feedback was one of the worst features of the early FS designs.
secondspincycles secondspincycles's article
Mar 17, 2020 at 10:40
Mar 17, 2020
Now THAT Was a Bike: 1991 Bradbury Manitou FS
Bars are a bit lower??? No... it's a huge difference when you sit on eihter bike, even with sag the Pivot sits a mile higher up front which at least for me dramatically changes how the bike feels. Not gonna argue the rest, but the feel of these two bikes when just riding around, not even really pushing it is dramatically different. FWIW the wheelbase on the Pivot is a 2.25" longer, which you notice a bit in some tight singletrack, but again I'm never pushing as hard on the vintage bikes as I do on the modern ones - which isn't that hard either
secondspincycles secondspincycles's article
Mar 17, 2020 at 10:35
Mar 17, 2020
Now THAT Was a Bike: 1991 Bradbury Manitou FS
Fair enough, but up until this time all of the other designs that had been fielded (which numbered more than 2) relied on a single rear shock.
secondspincycles secondspincycles's article
Mar 17, 2020 at 9:57
Mar 17, 2020
Now THAT Was a Bike: 1991 Bradbury Manitou FS
Not according to manufacturer spec... things were funny like that back then, a front tire reversed was also a rear tire...
secondspincycles secondspincycles's article
Mar 17, 2020 at 8:13
Mar 17, 2020
Now THAT Was a Bike: 1991 Bradbury Manitou FS
@ForrestRover: full disclosure, this bike has a new HT and had several cracks repaired on the rear swingarm... it'll continue to see light trail use though
secondspincycles secondspincycles's article
Mar 17, 2020 at 7:07
Mar 17, 2020
Now THAT Was a Bike: 1991 Bradbury Manitou FS
That's how it came, it was a custom 31.8 seatpost shaft with the head assembly provided by Ringle from their Moby posts. Since nobody made posts in that diameter Doug had to make his own.
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