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Fahrrad Hamburg Singlespeed

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All these variables need to be resolved in the kinematic layout, a blueprint for all aspects of the design. Every bike is tested by the best racers in the world, including EWS World Champion Richie Rude, our in-house testing team and ambassadors around the world. Linken intellektuellen in ehemaligen ddr wir sozialen netzwerken wie facebook oder google singlespeed fahrrad salzburg oder abonniere unseren newsletter,.

What does this all mean? Verkaufe meinen cityflitzer singlespeed mit schmaler 26 Zoll. Built with slacker head angles and shorter chainstays to tackle the downhill, while still killing the climbs. The progressive geometry was relatively slack with a 68 degree head angle.

Fahrrad Hamburg Singlespeed - Switch Infinity utilizes a patented translating pivot that switches direction as the bike moves through its travel.

It transcends the weight-weenie, uphill only models and replaces it with a precision riding bike. If some people assume it's a downhiller's XC bike, whatever… For us, it's simply the bike we always wanted to build. It transcends the weight-weenie, uphill only models and replaces it with a precision riding bike. If some people assume it's a downhiller's XC bike, whatever… For us, it's simply the bike we always wanted to build. There is no performance difference between this and the other switch mechanism. The SB100 switch utilizes the same proven FOX Racing bushings, seals, and Kashima stanchions as the switch found on other models. It took considerable effort to accommodate a bottle, optimize stand-over and meet our kinematic expectations, but we knew it was important to you. So we finally did it. Inspired by going fast downhill, but balanced to provide uphill efficiency. The SB100 blurs the lines between XC and Trail. A longer front center with shorter chainstays and a slacker head angle find the right combination of up and down. This design also allows for an uninterrupted seatpost, to fit a longer dropper. Plus is looks killer. The cleaner carbon layup means there are no aluminum inserts and less material in the headset juncture. This all leads to a lighter, stronger front triangle. It also makes servicing your bike smooth and straight forward. This provides a tailored anti-squat curve that other systems can't physically achieve. An initially high anti-squat value delivers superior pedaling performance. Further into the travel, the anti-squat quickly drops off to allow the custom tuned FOX Racing shock to perform as intended. These characteristics provide excellent mid-stroke support and a bottomless feel. The system can be mounted in any orientation and can achieve a myriad of kinematics depending on the design intent. For example, longer travel bikes require drastically different kinematics later in the travel controlling wheel path trajectory. The Switch Infinity system can control this much more precisely than other suspension designs because of the linear path of the main pivot. We also can control leverage ratio and anti-squat with much greater freedom than other systems. The result is a bike that feels smooth, solid and aggressive. Every bike is tested by the best racers in the world, including EWS World Champion Richie Rude, our in-house testing team and ambassadors around the world. C-Series frames maintain the strength and stiffness or TURQ Series. The carbon fiber weighs a bit more, about 250g per frame. Every bike model is offered in at least one C-Series option with high-end components. When it came time to develop our first short-travel bike to utilize the Switch Infinity suspension, the collective sum of their ideas shaped what became the SB100 concept. It all started with a paper napkin sketch but evolved into a genre killing XC bike. For the SB100 to keep clean lines and reduce weight, we could not simply adopt the Switch Infinity system that worked for other Yeti models. We went back to the drawing board and came up with a new Switch Infinity mechanism. All these variables need to be resolved in the kinematic layout, a blueprint for all aspects of the design. No easy task but those engi-nerds are smart. When it comes time for the final technical NURBS surfacing, we use Class A techniques utilized in the auto industry. This process ensures the frame has perfect, organic and seamless transitions with defined highlights. Having this capability was crucial for the SB100 as it was an entirely new design for our XC platform. Several new parts had to be built and tested rapidly as iteration flaws were exposed. A prime example was the new Switch Infinity mechanism. We started from the ground up revising the rails, body, seals - coming up with a lighter and smaller package. This process is iterative and takes time, but critical to the way we build. Through this process, we were able to push the performance of the SB100 to derive a tune that enhanced the mid-stoke and bottom-out control, while maintaining its pedaling efficiency. Each group brings a different perspective on how the bike should ride and what they value. The balance of opinions is essential to product development. No bike goes into production until test riders sign off on a design. Because we build bikes we want to ride, we don't build them if they don't rip. This process involves constant riding and contemplation before we start production. Each group brings a different perspective on how the bike should ride. Soon our factory was outpacing the biggest companies with cutting edge race-specific designs. Constructed of 4130 Cro-Mo aircraft certified, seamless tubing, and heli-arc welded throughout, the F. O was built to go fast. Numerous World and National Championship titles followed and those names have gone on to become legends of the sport. A collaborative effort between Yeti and Easton, it featured tapered and butted tubes which was nearly a full pound lighter than the steel frames of the day. Paul was a World Cup level XC racer with the spirit of a downhiller deep within. He was loved by fans across the globe for his trademark - manualing across the finish line into first. Paul's descend-first ethos carried over into the XC bikes we designed. Built with slacker head angles and shorter chainstays to tackle the downhill, while still killing the climbs. The final frame weight was an amazing 5. Yeti racing legend Paul Rowney, was instrumental in the design of this bike. His prowess as a XC racer was eclipsed only by his amazing downhill skills. He wanted a bike that could give him an advantage up and down the trail. The progressive geometry was relatively slack with a 68 degree head angle. It had a long top tube so you could run short stems and a low bottom bracket that kept you planted in the turns. In capable hands, like that of former World Cup racer Paul Rowney, it could still beat longer travel models up and down. It transcends the weight-weenie, uphill only models and replaces it with a precision riding bike. If some people assume it's a downhiller's XC bike, whatever… For us, it's simply the bike we always wanted to build. You CAN race, jump, ford streams, shred the gnar or ride it hard. We've got your frame covered against manufacturer defects, Switch Infinity link included. We recommend 12mm or 32% as a starting point. The result is a bike that feels smooth, solid and aggressive. Carbon series bikes use a modified carbon fiber layup of our TURQ Series bikes. By using different materials and tweaking the fiber layup, we are able to make a more aggressively priced carbon high-performance mountain bike while maintaining the strength and stiffness of its higher end sibling. The carbon series SB100 weighs a bit more, about 300g for a frame. This provides excellent anti-squat characteristics for superior pedaling performance and ideal suspension characteristics as it gets deeper into the travel. Just keep it greased and wiped clean per our maintenance recommendations below. Yeti and development partner Fox Racing Shox recommend a lubrication interval of 40 hrs of riding. It is important not to over lube the system and adhere to the recommended interval. Any maintenance supplies you need can be found on our webstore or at your local dealer. For detailed maintenance information, please visit ridefox. Both Switch Infinity designs utilize a translating pivot point that allows us to tune the suspension kinematics to our desired characteristics. The SB100 Switch Infinity link is rotated 90 degrees to allow for slimmer, more efficient packaging and is lighter than the previous design. The SB100 Switch Infinity uses its own hardware but function is identical between both Switch Infinity designs. Running down to a 100mm travel fork gives the bike a slightly steeper head angle and a lower bottom bracket. For more detailed information, check out the geometry section. There is great tire clearance on the SB100 but tire sizes vary widely by manufacturers, so it is hard to give a number that works for all brands. We recommend using a side-entry cage for easiest access. It is readily compatible with Shimano and SRAM cranks, but a fit check is required for other brands. This system allows for the headset bearings to be contained inside the head tube for an overall lower ride height, more simplified installation, and increased stiffness. With the use of a brake adaptor the frame can accept up to a 180mm rotor. The SB100 has routing options for stealth only. Ask your local dealer or call us 888. It is designed to work best with low-profile modern guides; depending on the brand, some older models with larger upper guides may not fit. We always recommend performing a fit-check with a specific chainguide to confirm compatibility. The shock can also be locked out if you so desire, but we recommend running it fully open for the best compliance and traction. Be sure to set your sag at your normal riding weight, gear included. Feel free to venture slightly above or below 32% to suit your personal preference. It is designed for single ring use only. There is no frame limitation, so in theory, you could run any travel as long as you are above the minimum insert mark and you are not so low your tire rubs on your saddle. Your local Yeti dealer can help you sort this out. Paint and finish are covered for 1-year. We will repair or replace, at our discretion, any frame we deem defective. There are a few conditions: you must register it online at YetiCycles. Warranty does not cover damage due to ordinary wear and tear, neglect or intentional destruction. From a slingshot or your truck. Lifetime Warranty applies to all 2019 and newer frames including the SB100. Model year 2018 and older frames will be covered under our previous warranty 5-year or 2-year based on time of purchase. Same conditions as above. This warranty extends to the original owner of our apparel. If necessary, proof of purchase will be required to verify the age of the product. The apparel warranty does not include product failures resulting from accidents, misuse, improper care, modifications or normal wear. Any alteration of Yeti Cycles apparel will void warranty coverage. Any apparel YETI Cycles finds to be defective will be repaired, replaced or refunded, at our discretion. It does not have to be the same shop where you originally purchased your bike, just any YETI dealer. Why do we do this? Our dealers have the tools and resources to evaluate your claim and properly package your bicycle frames for return to our facility for repair or replacement. It makes the process easier and quicker for you as you are not required to ship your bike or deal with communications back and forth between YETI. Most warranty claims are processed within 48hrs to get you back on the trail where you and your bike belong. The SB100 quickly gained a reputation for its climbing ability and for how it descends. It's the bike of choice for those who race in xc or multi-day stage races. The SB100 Beti quickly gained a reputation for its climbing ability and for how it descends. It's the bike of choice for those who race in xc or multi-day stage races. There is no performance difference between this and the other switch mechanism. The SB100 switch utilizes the same proven FOX Racing bushings, seals, and Kashima stanchions as the switch found on other models. Like all of our Beti models, we've custom tuned the suspension with a lighter rider in mind and run 170mm cranksets and WTB Deva women's specific saddle. Inspired by going fast downhill, but balanced to provide uphill efficiency. The SB100 blurs the lines between XC and Trail. A longer front center with shorter chainstays and a slacker head angle find the right combination of up and down. This design also allows for an uninterrupted seatpost. Plus is looks killer. The cleaner carbon layup means there are no aluminum inserts and less material in the headset juncture. This all leads to a lighter, stronger front triangle. It also makes servicing your bike smooth and straight forward. This provides excellent anti-squat characteristics for superior pedaling performance and ideal suspension characteristics as it gets deeper into the travel. The system can be mounted in any orientation and can achieve a myriad of kinematics depending on the design intent. For example, longer travel bikes require drastically different kinematics later in the travel controlling wheel path trajectory. The Switch Infinity system can control this much more precisely than other suspension designs because of the linear path of the main pivot. We also can control leverage ratio and anti-squat with much greater freedom than other systems. The result is a bike that feels smooth, solid and aggressive. Every bike is tested by the best racers in the world, including EWS World Champion Richie Rude, our in-house testing team and ambassadors around the world. C-Series frames maintain the strength and stiffness or TURQ Series. Every bike model is offered in at least one C-Series option with high-end components. When it came time to develop our first short-travel bike to utilize the Switch Infinity suspension, the collective sum of their ideas shaped what became the SB100 concept. It all started with a paper napkin sketch but evolved into a genre killing XC bike. For the SB100 Beti to keep clean lines and reduce weight, we could not simply adopt the Switch Infinity system that worked for other Yeti models. We went back to the drawing board and came up with a new Switch Infinity mechanism. All these variables need to be resolved in the kinematic layout, a blueprint for all aspects of the design. No easy task but those engi-nerds are smart. When it comes time for the final technical NURBS surfacing, we use Class A techniques utilized in the auto industry. This process ensures the frame has perfect, organic and seamless transitions with defined highlights. Having this capability was crucial for the SB100 Beti as it was an entirely new design for our XC platform. Several new parts had to be built and tested rapidly as iteration flaws were exposed. A prime example was the new Switch Infinity mechanism. We started from the ground up revising the rails, body, seals - coming up with a lighter and smaller package. This process is iterative and takes time, but critical to the way we build. For the SB100 Beti, we create a custom tune that is better suited for lighter riders. Through this process, we were able to push the performance of the SB100 Beti to derive a tune that enhanced the mid-stoke and bottom-out control, while maintaining its pedaling efficiency. Each group brings a different perspective on how the bike should ride and what they value. The balance of opinions is essential to product development. No bike goes into production until test riders sign off on a design. Because we build bikes we want to ride, we don't build them if they don't rip. This process involves constant riding and contemplation before we start production. Each group brings a different perspective on how the bike should ride. Soon our factory was outpacing the biggest companies with cutting edge race-specific designs. Constructed of 4130 Cro-Mo aircraft certified, seamless tubing, and heli-arc welded throughout, the F. O was built to go fast. Numerous World and National Championship titles followed and those names have gone on to become legends of the sport. A collaborative effort between Yeti and Easton, it featured tapered and butted tubes which was nearly a full pound lighter than the steel frames of the day. Paul was a World Cup level XC racer with the spirit of a downhiller deep within. He was loved by fans across the globe for his trademark - manualing across the finish line into first. Paul's descend-first ethos carried over into the XC bikes we designed. Built with slacker head angles and shorter chainstays to tackle the downhill, while still killing the climbs. The final frame weight was an amazing 5. Yeti racing legend Paul Rowney, was instrumental in the design of this bike. His prowess as a XC racer was eclipsed only by his amazing downhill skills. He wanted a bike that could give him an advantage up and down the trail. The progressive geometry was relatively slack with a 68 degree head angle. It had a long top tube so you could run short stems and a low bottom bracket that kept you planted in the turns. In capable hands, like that of former World Cup racer Paul Rowney, it could still beat longer travel models up and down. It transcends the weight-weenie, uphill only models and replaces it with a precision riding bike. If some people assume it's a downhiller's XC bike, whatever… For us, it's simply the bike we always wanted to build. You CAN race, jump, ford streams, shred the gnar or ride it hard. We've got your frame covered against manufacturer defects, Switch Infinity link included. We recommend 12mm or 32% as a starting point. The result is a bike that feels smooth, solid and aggressive. Carbon series bikes use a modified carbon fiber layup of our TURQ Series bikes. By using different materials and tweaking the fiber layup, we are able to make a more aggressively priced carbon high-performance mountain bike while maintaining the strength and stiffness of its higher end sibling. The carbon series SB100 weighs a bit more, about 300g for a frame. This provides excellent anti-squat characteristics for superior pedaling performance and ideal suspension characteristics as it gets deeper into the travel. Just keep it greased and wiped clean per our maintenance recommendations below. Yeti and development partner Fox Racing Shox recommend a lubrication interval of 40 hrs of riding. It is important not to over lube the system and adhere to the recommended interval. Any maintenance supplies you need can be found on our webstore or at your local dealer. For detailed maintenance information, please visit ridefox. Both Switch Infinity designs utilize a translating pivot point that allows us to tune the suspension kinematics to our desired characteristics. The SB100 Switch Infinity link is rotated 90 degrees to allow for slimmer, more efficient packaging and is lighter than the previous design. The SB100 Switch Infinity uses its own hardware but function is identical between both Switch Infinity designs. Running down to a 100mm travel fork gives the bike a slightly steeper head angle and a lower bottom bracket. For more detailed information, check out the geometry section. There is great tire clearance on the SB100 but tire sizes vary widely by manufacturers, so it is hard to give a number that works for all brands. We recommend using a side-entry cage for easiest access. It is readily compatible with Shimano and SRAM cranks, but a fit check is required for other brands. This system allows for the headset bearings to be contained inside the head tube for an overall lower ride height, more simplified installation, and increased stiffness. With the use of a brake adaptor the frame can accept up to a 180mm rotor. The SB100 has routing options for stealth only. Ask your local dealer or call us 888. It is designed to work best with low-profile modern guides; depending on the brand, some older models with larger upper guides may not fit. We always recommend performing a fit-check with a specific chainguide to confirm compatibility. The shock can also be locked out if you so desire, but we recommend running it fully open for the best compliance and traction. Be sure to set your sag at your normal riding weight, gear included. Feel free to venture slightly above or below 32% to suit your personal preference. It is designed for single ring use only. There is no frame limitation, so in theory, you could run any travel as long as you are above the minimum insert mark and you are not so low your tire rubs on your saddle. Your local Yeti dealer can help you sort this out. Paint and finish are covered for 1-year. We will repair or replace, at our discretion, any frame we deem defective. There are a few conditions: you must register it online at YetiCycles. Warranty does not cover damage due to ordinary wear and tear, neglect or intentional destruction. From a slingshot or your truck. Lifetime Warranty applies to all 2019 and newer frames including the SB100. Model year 2018 and older frames will be covered under our previous warranty 5-year or 2-year based on time of purchase. Same conditions as above. This warranty extends to the original owner of our apparel. If necessary, proof of purchase will be required to verify the age of the product. The apparel warranty does not include product failures resulting from accidents, misuse, improper care, modifications or normal wear. Any alteration of Yeti Cycles apparel will void warranty coverage. Any apparel YETI Cycles finds to be defective will be repaired, replaced or refunded, at our discretion. It does not have to be the same shop where you originally purchased your bike, just any YETI dealer. Why do we do this? Our dealers have the tools and resources to evaluate your claim and properly package your bicycle frames for return to our facility for repair or replacement. It makes the process easier and quicker for you as you are not required to ship your bike or deal with communications back and forth between YETI. Most warranty claims are processed within 48hrs to get you back on the trail where you and your bike belong. Conceived on rowdy Colorado trails and fed a steady diet of technical climbing and high-speed descents, this bike crushes big terrain. Conceived on rowdy Colorado trails and fed a steady diet of technical climbing and high-speed descents, this bike crushes big terrain. Switch Infinity utilizes a patented translating pivot that switches direction as the bike moves through its travel. This provides excellent anti-squat characteristics for superior pedaling performance and ideal suspension characteristics as it gets deeper into the travel. We took that proven technology and refined the slope of the leverage ratio making it 12. This means the bike has supple small bump compliance but ramps up quicker in the mid-stroke while still allowing for full travel and bottom out control. From buffed out singletrack, to rugged EWS race courses - it can hold its own on a huck. From buffed out singletrack, to rugged EWS race courses, it can hold its own on a huck, if you are willing. It is built for a lifetime, but we gave you a warranty to match just for good measure. We took what we learned from our EWS team riders and made it low, slack, and long. We took what we learned from the SB5 and our Factory team riders and made it low, slack, and long. The reach is also longer with shorter chainstays. What does this all mean? All these elements increase the descending prowess and move the rider forward on the bike without affecting its uphill climbing ability. This gave the Switch Infinity suspension more control in the mid-stoke while keeping the small bump supple. It also allows for more shock clearance and allows for ease of access for shock fitting and replacement. It took considerable time and effort to re-design and accommodate this feature. We knew it was important to you, so we finally did it. The cleaner carbon layup means there are no aluminum inserts and less material in the headset juncture. This all leads to a lighter, stronger front triangle. It also makes servicing your bike smooth and straightforward. This provides a tailored anti-squat curve that other systems can't physically achieve. An initially high anti-squat value delivers superior pedaling performance. Further into the travel, the anti-squat quickly drops off to allow the custom tuned FOX shock to perform as intended. These characteristics provide excellent mid stroke support and a bottomless feel. The system can be mounted in any orientation and can achieve a myriad of kinematics depending on the design intent. For example, longer travel bikes require drastically different kinematics later in the travel controlling wheel path trajectory. The Switch Infinity system can control this much more precisely than other suspension designs because of the linear path of the main pivot. We also can control leverage ratio and anti-squat with much greater freedom than other systems. The result is a bike that feels smooth, solid and aggressive. Every bike is tested by the best racers in the world, including EWS World Champion Richie Rude, our in-house testing team and ambassadors around the world. C-Series frames maintain the strength and stiffness or TURQ Series. Every bike model is offered in at least one C-Series option with high-end components. When it came time to develop our next generation long-travel Switch Infinity suspension, the collective sum of their ideas shaped what became the SB130 concept. It all started with a paper napkin sketch but evolved into a long, low, slack trail machine that sacrificed nothing for the climbs. For the SB130 we wanted to revise the geo to make it more progressive based on feedback from the race team. Another goal was to alter the leverage ratio curve just slightly to give it more mid-stoke control but without affecting the anti-squat characteristics. During that process we also came up with a new shock extender technology. All these variables need to be resolved in the kinematic layout, a blueprint for all aspects of the design. No easy task but those engi-nerds love this stuff.
Each group brings a different perspective on how the bike should ride. The simplest way is just to remove the derailers, shorten the chain and thread it onto the chainwheel and rear sprocket of your choice. The wide chainstay pan forces the chainring too far out, unless you use a very tiny chainring. Paul's descend-first ethos carried over into the XC bikes we designed. Our space is perfect for schmoozing, boozing, making deals or any other shenanigans — appropriate or otherwise. If some people assume it's a downhiller's XC gusto, whatever… For us, it's simply the bike we always wanted to frauen singlespeed. The rotor is easily replaced if worn or damaged. The simple gray outline map. Single Urlaub · Urlaub mit. If some people assume it's a downhiller's XC bike, whatever… For us, it's simply the for we always wanted to build.

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