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Yeti 575 Bike - Anniversary Edition 2011

In honor of its anniversary, Yeti overhauled its most popular model—the 575 trail bike, named for its 5.75 inches of rear-wheel travel. In addition to updates and revisions to the frame, it features an attention grabbing limited-edition paint job. The graphics combine the stencil-style font of mid-80s Yetis, with the yellow and turquoise dart paint scheme of the mid-90s and current-era headbadge. Featuring a colour-matched Fox 32 fork, a WTB saddle with 25th anniversary graphics and a custom turquoise-anodized Chris King headset and bottom bracket.

The 575 has been making rough trails smoother for the last 5 years and has been the most successful bike in the history of Yeti. Why? Well, there are a number of reasons: it is light, has loads of travel (5.75”), is efficient, and descends well. But most importantly, it rules on rough terrain. At the heart of the 575 is Yeti's Active Suspension system that is made for trail riding. The longer travel makes it easier when climbing rocky, rooted, nasty terrain – rather than fight your way through the obstacles, you can sit back, pedal, and let the bike do the work. The seat angle has been designed to put you in an efficient pedaling position, so you have full power when going uphill. And the geometry is neutral and predictable, so you don’t have to worry about things getting skittish if you bring it up to speed. On the descent, the 575 is a dream. It is designed with an active mid-stroke in the suspension so you can feel the bike’s full travel, especially when encountering square-edged bumps. It’s low bottom bracket and perfectly balance suspension makes fast cornering, even in rough terrain, easy and controlled.


  • Frame: Custom butted hydroformed 7005 alloy tubeset, 5.75" travel, 7.2 lbs
  • Rear Shock: FOX RP23 [7.875" x 2.0"]
  • Fork: Fox 32 FIT RLC, 150mm, 15mm Axle, tapered
  • Headset: Chris King No Threadset 1 1/8"-1.5"
  • Chainset: Shimano XT M770 26/32/42t
  • Bottom Bracket: Chis King
  • Front Deraiileur: Shimano XT M770
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT M770
  • Shifters: Shimano XT M770
  • Cassette: Shimano XT 11-36t
  • Wheels: DT Swiss X1600
  • Tyres: Schwalbe Nobby Nic EVO
  • Brakes: Shimano XT M770
  • Handlebars: Easton EC70XC Carbon
  • Stem: Thomson Elite X4
  • Grips: ODI Yeti LockOn
  • Seatpost: Thomson Elite
  • Saddle: WTB/Yeti Anniversary, Ti rails


  • Dogbone: Dogbone controls suspension rate and enhances rear end stiffness. Sealed bearings allow the dogbone to move freely
  • Flex Pivots: Carbon Flex pivots allow Yeti to shave weight and increase performance. I-Beam construction has great lateral stiffness and enhances suspension performance.
  • Pure Tubing: Yeti pure tubing is custom butted and tapered 7005 aluminium. This makes the frame lightweight and strong without the use of gussets. The unique shape perfectly compliments the shape of the headtube for increased front-end stiffness.

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i have a yeti fro alloy circa 1997/8 built up with xt and xtr components and marzzochi bomber pro comp forks. bike is rare red and cream colours and is a non-disc compatible frame wth mavic rims and xt hubs - i have loved this bike for over 15 yrs but would like at 52 to own this stunning yeti. I also own a scott genius lt 20 2011 which is another great ride but this yeti has me drooling homer style. Wish bike shops did real trade ins as I would love to px the Scott to have old and new yeti in my stable.
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