9. Yeti SB5.5
Whether you call it an aggressive trail bike or enduro-lite, the Yeti SB5.5 is a popular choice among enduro and all-mountain riders, especially those who do a decent amount of climbing on the bike. This 29er mountain bike serves up 5.5″ (140mm) of rear travel with a 160mm-travel suspension fork up front.
Yeti uses a suspension system they call Switch Infinity, which is said to improve pedaling performance while remaining responsive further into the stroke. Like the Ibis Mojo HD4, Yeti only offers the SB5.5 with a carbon frame, though buyers can choose from standard carbon or the lighter, more expensive Turq carbon. Pricing starts at $3,500 for a Turq carbon frame and goes up to $8,199 for an Eagle XX1 complete build.