Yeti SB4.5c

It doesn’t seem all that long ago that Yeti Cycles celebrated their 25th Anniversary of creating progressive mountain bikes, but here they are again, announcing special 30th birthday editions of their SB6c enduro sled and the brand new SB4.5c. Sydney’s… Read more »

Yeti FRO

It appears the Yeti is alive and well and isn’t just the figment of Tibetan lore and the imagination of a few sherpas and intrepid members of the Royal Geographic Society. Although found in many locations other than the Himalyan… Read more »


For those of us who grew up watching Johnny T drop down hills with drop bars and remember Missy Giove’s piranha, the sight of a US-made Yeti ARC dripping with anodised accessories can rouse more than just fond memories. During… Read more »

Yeti Pro FRO

There are those among us who would argue that the early 90s were the Golden Age of the mountain bike, regardless of a fixation with anodizing every small part one could get their calloused hands on. The trademark Desert Turquoise… Read more »

Yeti ARC-X

Fans of Yeti Cycles are as one-eyed as they come, getting as excited about a 1971 Chrysler auto color called Desert Turquoise as Bianchi fans do about Celeste. With good reason, too. Yeti’s reputation for reliability and well-designed innovation has… Read more »

Chris King’s Yeti A.R.C.

Chris King’s story could well be a testimonial for a motivational speaker, at the very least provide inspiration to anyone considering the pursuit of dreams. Chris was just twenty years old when he left a potentially lucrative, but safe (read:… Read more »

Yeti Ultimate

The history of Yeti Cycles is a colorful one. Least of all, the turquoise which has become it’s trademark. John Parker, the founder of Yeti Cycles, is a veritable bad boy of mountain biking. His welding and fabricating skills were… Read more »