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4. Yeti SB6

Yeti says the SB6 is a full-on enduro bike, offering up 6″ (152mm) of travel in the rear and a slack 65.5° head tube angle up front. Unlike the SB5.5, the SB6 sports 27.5″ wheels, which allows Yeti to offer small and extra small frame sizes. Officially, the frame is designed to handle tires up to 2.5″ wide.

The Yeti SB6 utilizes the Switch Infinity suspension system and is designed around a 160mm travel fork up front, though the company also offers a Team Replica (TR) build with a 170mm fork. Buyers can choose from a standard or Turq carbon frame, with prices starting at $4,999 for complete builds, and going up to over $9,000 for the TR version.