Compare Yeti SB120 Builds

Cross Country capable but with a competent trail feel and personality: Down-Country right? Well the Yeti SB120 and SB120 Lunch Ride have that covered. Keep reading to Compare Yeti SB120 Builds, compareĀ  geo as well as see common upgrades and part swaps our clients take advantage of here at BikeCo.com.

As the name implies you’ll find 120mm of rear travel on the SB120. On the standard SB120 builds riders find a 130mm FOX fork spec’d while the stock Yeti SB120 Lunch Ride features a RockShox 140mm Pike.

The 130mm fork spec SB120 features FOX Float DPS shocks while the Lunch Ride is configured with a RockShox Super Deluxe.

The Yeti SB120 is available in Turquoise, Raw Carbon (Black) and Loch.

Now, lets jump into common swaps and upgrades a little early: since FOX fork travel is easily swapped with air shafts it is VERY common to see riders turn the standard FOX kits into 130mm fork options to give the bike a more relaxed geo while maintaining the FOX DPS shock. More on common upgrades and swaps later.

Yeti has a great run of kits for the SB120. The SB120 is available in the T3 X0 Transmission, T2, C3 GX Transmission as well as the C2 builds. The Lunch Ride SB120 is spec’d with the T3 X0 Transmission and C2 builds.

Keep reading for info on the SB120 and SB120 Lunch ride including common part swaps and upgrades, see kit differences as well as shop available SB120 builds below!

Questions on spec, performance or availability?

Shop Yeti SB120 Bikes at BikeCo.com

Ready to order your Yeti SB120? Use the tabs below to see in-stock and available SB120 Completes and Frames. Contact our team about available upgrades and part swaps to the factory Yeti SB120 builds.

If you don’t see the size and color you’re interested in contact our team for availability timeline at 949-470-1099.

In-Stock and Available Yeti SB120 Bikes and Frames

Find the perfect SB120 in-stock here at BikeCo.com or available at Yeti (approximately 7-10 days for delivery).

Available: 2024 SB120 T3 X0 Transmission

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Available: SB120 T2

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Available: 2024 SB120 C3 GX Transmission

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Available: SB120 C2

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Available: SB120 Frame

Available: 2023 SB120 T4

Available: 2023 SB120 T3

Available SB120 Lunch Ride Completes

Find the perfect SB120 Lunch Ride in-stock here at BikeCo.com or available at Yeti (approximately 7-10 days for delivery).

Available: 2024 SB120 Lunch Ride T3 X0 Transmission

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Available: SB120 Lunch Ride C2

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Who purchases the SB120? Well riders looking for a balance between nimble handing while maintaining a confident platform at speed. Those riders whose after work ride stretches into longer mile adventures. The SB120 provides a true down-country balance of quick acceleration, handling nimble enough for tight, technical trails while keeping enough in the tank to be a truly fun bike downhill (by the way, not all shorter travel bikes can say that last part with a straight face… the Yeti can).

Using the tabs below we’ll look into the Yeti SB120 kits as well as common part swaps and upgrades.

Part swaps and upgrades on the Yeti kits are common especially in Cockpit, Brakes, Suspension Tuning and Wheels. Getting the perfect spec on your new bike will help you get the most out if it in a wide range of terrain. Questions on spec? No worries that’s what were here for. Wondering what you might ask? Which brakes are best for your riding style and preference? What cockpit size and setup should you run? Are there areas that you might spend a little bit extra but gain a lot of performance? All valid questions on purchases at this level. Let’s go over your questions today!

Read on for more details as well as links to specific model pages with additional data. Compare Yeti SB120 geo between available sizes as well as against other class leading trail bikes.

Compare Yeti SB120 Kits

Where are major differences? How should you narrow your options? Here come the details to compare Yeti SB120 kits!

SB120 vs SB120 Lunch Ride

First you’ll want to narrow down which Yeti SB120 setup is right for you. Here are some differences between the bikes.

Fork Travel

The Lunch Ride SB120 is spec’d with a 130mm fork compared to the standard SB135’s 120mm fork. This produces a personality difference through both the approx 8% longer travel but probably more notably through the geometry shifts. As mentioned above FOX forks can have air shafts changed so you can start with either 130 or 140 and swap down the line if your preference changes.

Geo Differences

The Lunch Ride has a 66.2 degree headtube angle, 76.1 degree effective seat tube and an estimated 337mm bottom bracket height.
A Standard SB120 is slightly steeper with a 66.5 degree headtube angle, 76.5 degree seattube angle and 2mm lower bottom bracket at 335mm.

Rear Shock

Since geo shifts are based on the fork and the fork travel can be relatively easily swapped the rear shock is really where the heart of the difference is on these bikes.

The standard SB120 is spec’d with the FOX DPS single canister rear shock. This shock is very popular with really light riders as its tuning range is more forgiving particularly on small bump compliance for smaller riders. FOX’s DPS has proven to be a robust shock with minimal issues across a wide range of riders.

On the factory spec’d SB120 Lunch Ride builds riders find RockShox Suspension including the Super Deluxe rear shock.

Many riders will update the FOX fork travel to 140mm for the Lunch Ride Geo while maintaining the Float DPS shock option. While the DPS isn’t known as an aggressive shock in the FOX lineup it holds its own for most trail riders. Those looking to really push past what the DPS can do, or riders on the heavier end of the spectrum, might do well to investigate the SB140 Lunch Ride with the FOX Float X shock as well as the SB120 options.

Still have questions? Chat with our team about which bike fits your terrain, riding style and aspirations!

Use these tabs to review the spec differences between the various Yeti SB120 and SB120 Lunch Ride kits! Learn more about common part swaps and upgrades to the Yeti factory builds.

Yeti SB120 Kit Specs
Build Kits 2024 C2 2024 Lunch Ride C2 2024 C3 GX Transmission 2024 T2 2024 T3 X0 Transmission 2024 Lunch Ride T3 X0 Transmission 2023 T4 2023 T3
MSRP $5,800
SALE: $4,640
$6,500 $6,800
SALE: $5,440
$7,200
SALE: $5,760
$8,600 $8,600 Closeout Pricing Available! Closeout Pricing Available!
Fork FOX Performance 34 GRIP, 130mm RockShox Pike 140mm FOX Performance 34 GRIP, 130mm FOX Factory 34 FIT4, 130mm FOX Factory 34 FIT4, 130mm RockShox Pike 140mm FOX Factory 34 FIT4, 130mm FOX Factory 34 FIT4, 130mm
Shock FOX Performance Float DPS RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate FOX Performance Float DPS FOX Factory Float DPS FOX Factory Float DPS RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate FOX Factory Float DPS FOX Factory Float DPS
Wheelset Crank Bros Synthesis Enduro Crank Bros Synthesis Enduro Crank Bros Synthesis Enduro RaceFace ARC with DT Swiss 350 RaceFace ARC with DT Swiss 350 RaceFace ARC with DT Swiss 350 RaceFace ARC with DT Swiss 350 RaceFace ARC with DT Swiss 350
Front Tire Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 EXO Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 EXO Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 EXO Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 EXO Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 EXO Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 EXO Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 EXO Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 EXO
Rear Tire Maxxis Aggressor 2.3 EXO Maxxis Aggressor 2.3 EXO Maxxis Aggressor 2.3 EXO Maxxis Aggressor 2.3 EXO Maxxis Aggressor 2.3 EXO Maxxis Aggressor 2.3 EXO Maxxis Rekon Race 2.35 EXO Maxxis Aggressor 2.3 EXO
Brakes SRAM G2 R SRAM Code R SRAM G2 R SRAM G2 RSC SRAM G2 RSC SRAM Code RSC SRAM Level Ultimate SRAM G2 RSC
Rotors SRAM Centerline 180 SRAM Centerline 180 SRAM Centerline 180 SRAM Centerline 180 SRAM Centerline 180 SRAM Centerline 200/180 SRAM Centerline 180 SRAM Centerline 180
Cranks SRAM GX Eagle 30t 170mm SRAM GX Eagle 30t 170mm SRAM GX Tranmsission 30t 170mm SRAM X1 Eagle Carbon 30t 170mm SRAM X0 Eagle T-Type 30t 170mm SRAM X0 Eagle T-Type 30t 170mm SRAM XX1 Eagle 30t 170mm SRAM X1 Eagle 30t 170mm
Bottom Bracket SRAM DUB BSA 73 SRAM DUB BSA 73 SRAM DUB BSA 73 SRAM DUB BSA 73 SRAM DUB BSA 73 SRAM DUB BSA 73 SRAM DUB BSA 73 SRAM DUB BSA 73
Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle SRAM GX Eagle SRAM GX Transmission SRAM X01 SRAM X0 AXS Transmission SRAM X0 AXS Transmission SRAM XX1 AXS SRAM XX1 Eagle AXS
Shifter SRAM GX Eagle SRAM GX Eagle SRAM AXS Pod SRAM X01 AXS Pod AXS Pod AXS Pod AXS Pod
Cassette SRAM GX 1275 10-52t SRAM GX 1275 10-52t SRAM GX Transmission 10-52t SRAM X01 1295 10-52t SRAM X0 Transmission 10-52t SRAM X0 Transmission 10-52t SRAM XX1 1299 10-52t SRAM X01 Eagle 1295 10-52t
Chain SRAM GX Eagle SRAM GX Eagle SRAM GX Flattop SRAM GX SRAM X0 Flattop SRAM X0 Flattop SRAM XX1 Eagle SRAM GX Eagle
Headset Cane Creek 40 Integrated Cane Creek 40 Integrated Cane Creek 40 Integrated Cane Creek 40 Integrated Cane Creek 40 Integrated Cane Creek 40 Integrated Cane Creek 100 Integrated Cane Creek 40 Integrated
Grips ODI Elite Pro ODI Elite Pro ODI Elite Pro ODI Elite Pro ODI Elite Pro ODI Elite Pro ODI Elite Pro ODI Elite Pro
Handlebar Burgtec Ride Wide Alloy Enduro
35x780mm 30mm Rise
Burgtec Ride Wide Alloy Enduro
35x780mm 30mm Rise
Burgtec Ride Wide Alloy Enduro
35x780mm 30mm Rise
Yeti Carbon 35x780mm Yeti Carbon 35x780mm Yeti Carbon 35x7880mm Yeti Carbon 35x760mm Yeti Carbon 35x780mm
Stem Burgtec Enduro MK3 50mm Burgtec Enduro MK3 50mm Burgtec Enduro MK3 50mm Burgtec Enduro MK3 35x50mm Burgtec Enduro MK3 35x50mm Burgtec Enduro MK3 50mm Burgtec Enduro MK3 35x50mm Burgtec Enduro MK3 35x50mm
Seatpost OneUp Dropper
(S 180mm, M 210mm, L/XL 240mm)
OneUp Dropper
(S 180mm, M 210mm, L/XL 240mm)
OneUp Dropper
(S 180mm, M 210mm, L/XL 240mm)
FOX Transfer
(S 150mm, M 175mm, L/XXL 200mm)
FOX Transfer
(S 150mm, M 175mm, L/XXL 200mm)
FOX Transfer
(S 150mm, M 175mm, L/XXL 200mm)
FOX Transfer
(S 150mm, M 175mm, L/XXL 200mm)
FOX Transfer
(S 150mm, M 175mm, L/XXL 200mm)
Saddle WTB Silverado Custom WTB Silverado Custom WTB Silverado Custom WTB Silverado Custom ERGON SM Enduro WTB Silverado Custom Ergon SM Enduro WTB Silverado Custom

T Series verus C Series: TURQ Carbon vs Carbon Frames

Yeti specs TURQ Carbon frames for T series builds and Carbon series for C spec kits.

TURQ Carbon layups are slightly lighter than their Carbon counterparts, but most notably the TURQ Carbon frames are a bit more vibrant and stay that way longer into their service lives.

Heavier riders will really want to pay attention to frame selection. The additional stresses from a larger rider are easier for the more robust TURQ carbon layup to handle.

Lighter riders may still prefer the increased vibrance of the TURQ Carbon frames, but are less likely to see shorter service intervals as heavier riders may.

Yeti SB120 Kit Differences

The SB120 is available in a range of Yeti build kits. T-Series builds include the T3 X0 Transmission, in Lunch Ride or Standard, and T2 builds. Carbon series bikes are available in the C2 kit as well as the C3 GX Transmission with wireless shifting.

Let’s highlight the differences between Yeti’s factory builds then jump over to the Common Upgrades and Swaps tab for more details on how you may want to modify your new bike to dial in it’s performance.

FOX Factory or Performance Suspension

Yeti spec’s the T-Series standard SB120 builds with a FOX Factory 34 FIT4 with 130mm travel as well as the FOX Factory Float DPS rear shock.

With FOX Factory suspension riders have the ultimate suspension damper design at their fingertips. The FIT4 fork damper offers adjustment through PSI, Volume Spacing, Rebound, Low Speed Compression as well as a 3 position “climb” switch. This provides a wide range of tuning capacity especially via the low speed compression to adjust support for cornering and descending. These improved controls are great for dialing in support for aggressive riding. The Factory DPS provide low speed compression controls not found on the Performance models.

The C-Series bikes feature FOX Performance 34 GRIP forks with FOX Performance Float DPS rear shocks. Performance suspension is adjustable with PSI, Volume Spacing, Rebound and Compression depending on the exact spec.

Check out the Common Upgrades section for details on Pro Tune Suspension and Performance Upgrades for FOX Suspension.

Transmission versus Cable Driven Build Kit

Yeti SB120 TURQ series bikes are available in wireless SRAM T-Type Transmission kits as well as a cable driven X01 bike.

With the C3 GX Transmission build Yeti has provided a wireless C-Series bike as well as the cable driven GX C2 build.

Along with the wireless capacity the new Transmission T-Type drivetrain is notably stronger and longer lasting than previous options.

Wheels

Depending on your weight and riding style the stock Yeti wheels may be something to really focus on. The C-Series bikes feature Crank Bros Synthesis Enduro wheels while the T-Series bikes spec the DT Swiss 350 with RaceFace ARC option.

Questions on the stock spec? No problem, our team is here to help. Give us a call, email or use the chat to discuss the SB120 kit differences.

Then keep reading about common swaps and upgrades to the SB120 builds on the next tab.

SB120 Common Upgrades and Swaps

Yeti SB120 Upgrades and Swaps

The right spec your bike takes performance from “pretty good” to “this is insane”. BikeCo is here to ensure you get the right parts, right at delivery. Small swaps and upgrades are common for every mountain bike. Here are some of the popular Yeti SB120 Upgrades and Part Swaps.

Yeti’s current spec gives a range of price points for the SB120. Riders find few components on the SB120 builds they would consider “no-go”. From the C2 all the way to the T3 X0 Transmission builds there is a lot of value for your dollar in the Yeti build.

Riders develop spec preferences, particularly on contact points, brakes, wheels or suspension. Whether it’s a must have performance swap or upgrade to getting you that perfect part in the right color to personalize the SB120’s performance or look we have you covered.

Common SB120 Upgrades

These are areas we commonly see riders update a bike purchase. Some swaps and upgrades are personal preference, others are budget or performance choices. Questions? Chat, email or call our expert sales staff and we will help you dial in your perfect Yeti SB120 or SB120 Lunch Ride.

Rider Contact Points

Do you have a preferred grip and pedal go-to?

We can provide a range of grips with variable patterns, technology and shape to improve your riding. There might even be a grip in a color to set off your Turquoise, Raw Carbon or Loch SB120 as well.

A lot of riders purchasing a new bike find it a good time to refresh their pedals. We have the best clipless and flat options for a wide range of riding styles at unbeatable prices.

Tires

Like contact points its not unusual for riders to have a “must-have” go to tire spec. This is one of the most common swaps on builds from any manufacturer. With notable performance differences between tread pattern, compound and sidewall lets make sure we get you on the perfect tire setup.

The SB120 and SB120 Lunch Ride are each spec’d with a Maxxis Minion DHF EXO front tire.

MOST adventure and trail riders gravitate to the EXO sidewall. A few will consider an EXO Plus balancing the weight with the improvement in small bump compliance.

Some riders will use a narrower DHF, although if you’re really looking for a faster tire you would probably consider a faster tread pattern like the Rekon. If you’re on the fence it’s generally a good idea to start with a slightly more aggressive tire for more grip than to build a new bike you’ll struggle to ride…

Yeti has spec’d Aggressor EXO sidewall tires on the SB120 bikes. This is a very popular rear tire for this bike when paired with the DHF front. A niche of riders will want a bit more in the rear and go to DHF or DHR II tread pattern for increased grip. Riders who’ve gone to a Rekon front tire should swap to a Rekon or Ikon rear for a balanced feel.

It really comes down to what you like and where you’re using it. Questions on what tires are right for your riding style and locale? No problem – chat with our team about swapping to tires perfect for you on your new MTB.

Thinking about rim protection? We have that covered too. We often see riders use combinations of CushCore PRO and CushCore XC or even a single rim protection strip (usually on the rear tire). Questions? Let us know!

Cockpit

Along with Brakes, Cockpit is the most common place we see part swaps and upgrades. Since fit is so important to your bike it’s not surprising that you’ll want to work with a resource that has more than 1 option!

Handlebar rise and overall stiffness also improve the personalization and performance of your bike. As you trim your bars they will get stiffer due to the decreased lever arm – so if you’ve got narrower shoulders you’ll likely want to start with a narrower bar rather than cutting tons off. Similarly getting the right bar rise will help your setup. Ideally you want your hands in a power position. Too low and the bike will try to pull “under” and out in steep chutes. Too tall and you’ll lose front end grip. While some of this is adapted with headset spacers the preference for performance and looks is generally to have 15-30mm of spacers and get the rest of the rise from the handlebar.

Looking for suggestions? Chat with our team about hand positioning and the advantages of getting the right handlebar rise on your new rig. We have the best in the market from OneUp, Tag, Renthal and Raceface.

Headset

Many riders will update the Cane Creek 40 to a Cane Creek 110 or Chris King headset that will last the service life of the frame. Chris King riders can choose from a range of colors as well.

Brakes

This is one of the most common swaps or upgrades on any bike. Brakes that compliment your riding style and preference make a huge difference on trail. We offer class leading options in a variety of price points from Hope, Magura, Shimano and TRP.

Most riders will update brakes on the Yeti SB140. Updating with BikeCo means we will credit you for the SRAM brakes and get your preferred stoppers on your new bike.

Shimano brakes are very popular and are spec’d on several of the build options. Shimano brakes have good overall power with quick lever throw. This produces a brake with a strong feel.

TRP brakes are similar to the Shimano lineup. The TRP brakes provide a touch more overall power and extra modulation compared to Shimano offerings.

Riders who prefer a bit more modulation or “feel” to their brakes gravitate towards Hope and Magura.

The latest Hope Tech 4 updates have improved their power. This puts the Hope Tech 4 in the Shimano and Magura range for overall power while retaining the excellent modulation Hope has been known for.

Magura brakes are the most frequent swap or upgrade across all Ibis builds. Riders who appreciate modulation and power will find Magura excellent in both aspects. Magura offers models with across a wide price range allowing budget friendly swaps or upgrades. Riders looking for the most adjustability or tuning for their brakes will shop the MT7 with HC3 levers.

Custom Wheels

Handbuilt or custom wheels are another popular upgrade no matter what brand you’re shopping. Custom wheels allow riders to spec a rim, spoke and hub combination as well as build specifics for the ultimate performance.

Custom wheels for Ibis builds usually feature slightly narrower rim options. This will decrease the volume slightly as well as shifting the tire’s shape to provide more grip in high lean cornering. We see many riders work with NOX carbon or WTB, Factor and RideFast alloy options.

Riders also will find traction from using the right spokes and build techniques. Our team will help you define this at time of purchase to ensure you maximize performance and longevity.

Popular hubs from Chris King, Industry Nine, Onyx and Factor are spec’d on Yeti SB140 builds. All of these hubs are available in a range of colors to highlight your build.

Pro Tune Suspension

Take your bike’s performance to the next level with our proprietary Pro Tune Suspension. Our team will custom tune your FOX fork and rear shock and narrow the performance from the FOX Factory range to a more precise setup designed for your riding style, aggression, ground speed, size and terrain.

This is one of the biggest upgrades to any bike – having the suspension dialed in as well as having a resource like BikeCo to help you fine tune the bike at time of delivery and as your riding speeds increase!

BikeCo Pro Tune Suspension – because Every Click Counts.

Dialing in the perfect SB120 Build

Still have questions? If you’re here to compare Yeti SB120 kits we’d expect you to have questions! Don’t be shy, our team is here to help you define what you need to take your bike build from “this is good” to “man, this is DIALED.”

Here are some details about the Yeti SB120 frame.

SB120 Frame Details
Frame Material Carbon
Fork Travel 130 or 140mm
Rear Travel 120mm
Rear Shock Size 190x45mm
Wheel Size 29″
Max Tire 2.6
Rear Brake Max 203
Bottom Bracket 73mm Threaded
Chainline 55mm
Derailleur Hanger SRAM UDH
Headset Integrated
41 Upper, 52 Lower
Seatpost Dia. 31.6
Warranty Lifetime

Yeti SB120 Geometry

The Yeti SB120 is available in six sizes: X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large and XX-Large. This is the widest range of sizes in any Yeti model allowing the most riders to take advantage of the SB120’s class leading adventure / trail / down-country personality.

Use the tabs below for more info on the SB120 Geo, compare sizes with the Geo Chart as well as see how the SB120 measures up against other bikes on the Comparison tab.

Like other Yeti bikes the SB120 is sized from rider height, flexibility, application, as well as leg and arm length. Riders who find their height in the cross-over of sizes will determine the better size based typically on inseam, flexibility and riding style.

Those with longer legs tend to upsize to improve riding position. This will increase the wheelbase and produce a bike with a bit more overall speed capacity. Going to a larger size will produce a ride that isn’t quite as snappy as a smaller option would be.

Riders with longer torsos or looking for a more “poppy” trail feel will tend to downsize. Although, with modern MTB frames designed to accommodate increased dropper post lengths riders who prefer the added wheelbase may upsize – so long as the reach doesn’t compromise stem size availability or put a rider “too far” over the front wheel.

Use the tabs to compare SB120 sizes as well as other against other trail bike MTB geo.

SB120 Geometry Chart
Size X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large XX-Large
Factory Sizing Guide (inches) 4’10″” – 5′ 3″” 5’1″” – 5′ 7″” 5′ 5″” – 5′ 11″” 5′ 10″” – 6′ 3″” 6’1″” – 6′ 7″” 6’5″” – 6′ 11″”
Rear Travel 120 120 120 120 120 120
Fork Travel 140mm Lunch Ride
130mm Standard
140mm Lunch Ride
130mm Standard
140mm Lunch Ride
130mm Standard
140mm Lunch Ride
130mm Standard
140mm Lunch Ride
130mm Standard
140mm Lunch Ride
130mm Standard
Head Tube Angle (degrees) 66.2 Lunch Ride
66.5 Standard
66.2 Lunch Ride
66.5 Standard
66.2 Lunch Ride
66.5 Standard
66.2 Lunch Ride
66.5 Standard
66.2 Lunch Ride
66.5 Standard
66.2 Lunch Ride
66.5 Standard
Trail not listed not listed not listed not listed not listed not listed
Reach 392 Lunch Ride
395 Standard
422 Lunch Ride
425 Standard
452 Lunch Ride
455 Standard
472 Lunch Ride
475 Standard
497 Lunch Ride
500 Standard
512 Lunch Ride
515 Standard
Stack 606 Lunch Ride
604 Standard
612 Lunch Ride
610 Standard
617 Lunch Ride
615 Standard
627 Lunch Ride
625 Standard
638 Lunch Ride
635 Standard
658 Lunch Ride
655 Standard
Top Tube Length 541 Lunch Ride
540 Standard
573 Lunch Ride
571 Standard
604 Lunch Ride
603 Standard
626 Lunch Ride
625 Standard
654 Lunch Ride
652 Standard
673 Lunch Ride
672 Standard
Head Tube Length 92 98 104 115 126 147
Seat Tube Length (inches) 13.6 14.4 15.7 17.3 18.5 19.1
Seat Tube Angle (degrees) 76.1 Lunch Ride
76.5 Standard
76.2 Lunch Ride
76.5 Standard
76.2 Lunch Ride
76.5 Standard
76.2 Lunch Ride
76.5 Standard
76.2 Lunch Ride
76.5 Standard
76.2 Lunch Ride
76.5 Standard
Saddle Height for ST Angle not listed not listed not listed not listed not listed not listed
Standover 708 Lunch Ride
699 Standard
712 Lunch Ride
709 Standard
717 Lunch Ride
714 Standard
721 Lunch Ride
718 Standard
723 Lunch Ride
720 Standard
728 Lunch Ride
725 Standard
BB Height 335 Lunch Ride
335 Standard
337 Lunch Ride
335 Standard
337 Lunch Ride
335 Standard
337 Lunch Ride
335 Standard
337 Lunch Ride
335 Standard
337 Lunch Ride
335 Standard
BB Drop not listed not listed not listed not listed not listed not listed
Chainstay Length 433 435 437 439 441 443
Wheelbase 1125 Lunch Ride
1122 Standard
1160 Lunch Ride
1157 Standard
1194 Lunch Ride
1191 Standard
1220 Lunch Ride
1217 Standard
1252 Lunch Ride
1249 Standard
1277 Lunch Ride
1274 Standard

Compare the Yeti SB120 geo with other Yeti bikes as well as models from class leaders like Ibis and Mondraker!

Enduro MTB Geo Comparison

Click on these tabs to learn more about the purchasing process from BikeCo.com

Purchasing Steps from BikeCo.com (The Bike Company)

Place Your Deposit
Our team will contact you to go over common questions including common part swaps / upgrades, tuning considerations, initial setup requirements, etc.
Your bike will be built and setup for you including delivery documentation to help you better understand and fine tune the bike’s performance.

Remainder of balance is due at pickup or prior to shipment.
Delivery consultation on-site or available by phone / video conference goes over FAQ on a new MTB or eMTB highlighting common questions on suspension setup, bedding brakes, bolt checks, cockpit and seating fit, etc.
Our team will follow up several times after delivery to help you better understand minute adjustments. And of course we’re always available by phone, email or chat!

Availability Definitions:

IN-STOCK and Available Now!
Typically ready for pickup or shipment within 2-4 business days.
Custom components may change this window (we will advise).

AVAILABLE: Secure this Bike
Shows in-stock at the vendor (stock updated as often as possible).
Order is processed & shipped to BikeCo (typically 3-7 working days), built by BikeCo (usually on the day the product lands at BikeCo) for pickup or shipment.

PRE-ORDER: Due 1st week of XXX
Part of a inbound BikeCo order or shows available in this time window.
May be later or earlier than predicted depending on product availability.
Bike is due at vendor, will be quality checked, processed and shipped. (typically 3-14 business days) Built by BikeCo for delivery.

When you buy a bike from BikeCo.com you’re not getting simply a forwarded box.

Our team goes through quality control checks, builds, tunes and provides a base setup for each bike. This allows us a better chance to find the rare mechanical warranty issue, to ensure that the linkage and bearings are properly setup.

A suspension setup guide is provided and our team will begin working with you to ensure as your riding develops with your new bike suspension settings, cockpit setup, tire pressures, etc are addressed to keep you progressing.

Since we build every bike we can also offer part swaps and upgrades our competition simply cannot!

Looking for different tires? Brakes? Cockpit or Seating? Not a problem. Our team is happy to help you. Chat with our sales team about during and after purchase incentives on riding gear and accessories as well!

Your new bike typically will arrive with an absolute minimum of work required to get you on the trails. Usually this involves installing the handlebars, adjusting the headset and mounting the front and rear wheel. It’s that easy – and if you have questions you have access to the sales team and a variety of videos from BikeCo.com to help you.

Questions? No problem. Hit us up.

Contact Us about a Yeti SB120 Build


Wondering which of the Yeti SB120 kits is right for you? No worries – use the contact form below and our team will be in touch ASAP. Let’s get your SB120 or SB120 Lunch Ride PERFECT!