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Already a hot favourite with trail riders the Yeti Cycles SB5C has been awarded the 'Money No Object Winner' in the latest What Mountain Bike magazine Trail Bike of the Year test taking home the award as the bike they'd love to own.

Yeti Cycles is 30 years old in 2015 and it's looking like being another amazing year for the race fueled brand as their Switch Infinity equipped bikes continue to pick-up awards and race wins around the globe.

Gathering 25 bikes from different bicycle manufacturers and testing them head-to-head the What Mountain Bike magazine 'Trail Bike of the Year' group test sets out find the very best trail bikes on the market today as they pitch the best performing bikes against each other to find a winner.

Check out what the magazine had to say about the Yeti SB5C and why they gave it their award for 'Money No Object Winner'

What Mountain Bike Magazine, Issue 173, May 2015

Yeti has been a legendary innovator since its first iconic turquoise bikes hit the trails, but the latest generation suspension bikes have really hit the sweet spot jackpot. The new Switch Infinity suspension uses a free floating lower pivot to increase both pedalling efficiency and big hit compliance of an already light, tight and sweet handling 127mm travel frame. The only downside is that it's so good at everything it can sometimes tame previously challenging trails too much.

4.5/5 Stars

What Mountain Bike - MONEY NO OBJECT WINNER, Trail Bike of the Year 2015

 

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