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Custom Yeti SB140 Build

Custom Yeti SB140 build Onyx Vesper Nox Farlow

Enjoy some photos of thie Custom Yeti SB140 build featuring Onyx Vesper hubs laced to Nox Farlow rims.

This client wanted to build a bike that would look as good as it would ride. Using highlights of turquoise to set off the contrasting greys this bike is certainly a head turner.

Some of the build highlights include SRAM X01 AXS cranks, Deity Skywire handlebar and Copperhead stem, Shimano RT M800 rotors as well as the handbuilt Nox on Onyx wheelset.

Yeti SB140 Detail photo of headtube and cockpit

 

Chris King’s Matte Turquoise headset provides a small burst of color contrasting the Yeti SB140 Smoke frame.

WTB rubber front and rear gives the bike plenty of grip in a wide range of terrain. This bike mounts a Trail Boss rear and Vigilante front tire.

 

Detail photo of custom Yeti SB140 with Nox wheels

 

The attention to the aesthetics of the colorway go down to the E13 TRS+ chain guide. The stripe graphics fit seamlessly with the rest of the build.

This bike was build in photoshop first with the client to ensure just the right look.

Custom Yeti SB140 Build

 

Custom Yeti SB140 build image digitally created

 

Not far from the actual build right?! This was a fun project for our sales team to dial in just the right combo of components.

Are you in the market for a custom mountain bike? BikeCo.com is the ultimate resource for riders looking to get the most out of any MTB purchase.

From spec’ing the best components, to initial setup to working with our clients worldwide to dial in the finite details the entire team at BikeCo.com is here for you.

 

SB140 custom build image highlights Nox rims and WTB tires

 

Build your ultimate SB140 using BikeCo’s SB140 Online Custom Complete Builder or check out the Yeti Factory SB140 builds here!

Want to compare geometry? We have you covered there too. BikeCo’s Interactive Geo Comparison allows you to overlay a variety of the leading MTB frames in all sizes.

We look forward to working with you on your next build!

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