Nate Hills is a mountain bike legend that's ridden in countless bucket list locations around the globe. He also knows tequila better than most people know their vowels. Regardless of the libation information, we are stoked to be partnered with Nate, and you can check out all of the details on his quiver right here.


- Yeti SB165 -

Nate's SB165 is set up for pure downhill bliss. Whether he's riding a wild freeride line in Utah or endless laps in Whistler, this no compromises rig is ready for the gnarliest of days. The RockShox Boxxer Ultimate up front and Super Deluxe Ultimate Coil Rear Shock keep things plush no matter the situation, and the Zipp 3Zero Moto wheels wrapped in Maxxis Assegai rubber add compliance and traction no matter the surface. His contact points are taken care of by Ergon's DH Saddle and GD1 grips, and cockpit duties are covered by Truvativ Descendant components. SRAM is on top of the stopping and going with their X01 DH kit and Code RSC Brakes, the latter of which you'll find are standard equipment on Nate's bikes. Chain retention is assisted by MRP as usual.


- Yeti SB150 -

Nate's SB150 is built with one purpose in mind: pedal to the most epic trails and descend with no restraint - this is the bike Nate reaches for when he isn't exactly sure what kind of trouble he is going to get himself into and needs capability. With a RockShox ZEB Ultimate up front and a Super Deluxe Ultimate Coil Shock in the rear, the plushness is real with this one. A SRAM X01 Eagle AXS Drivetrain allows this bike to fly up Colorado's 13,000 ft peaks, and SRAM's Code RSC Brakes allow it to stop while bombing down them. RockShox' Reverb AXS post keep things wireless. Zipp's 3Zero Moto wheels and Maxxis rubber are on ground control duty, and Truvativ's Descendant bar & stem keep the cockpit dialed. Ergon's GD1 grips and SM Enduro saddle keep things comfortable, and MRP's chainguide/bash guard keep the drivetrain composed.


- Yeti SB140 29-

Yeti's most well rounded model, the SB140 29er is a popular choice when Nate is heading out on adventure. The 140mm travel 29er is a bike that's no slouch on the climbs and it isn't afraid of a challenging descent. Nate has built up in a burly fashion (you may be seeing a theme with how he builds his bikes) with a RockShox Lyrik running things up front and a Super Deulxe in the rear keeping things tame. Zipp 3Zero Moto wheels are on wheel duty wrapped in Maxxis rubber as per ususal. SRAM's X01 Eagle AXS Drivetrain and Code RSC Brakes propel and deccelerate the machine, respectively. RockShox' Reverb AXS Dropper Seatpost is in charge of the dropper post activities, accompanied by an Ergon saddle to keep things comfortable. When it comes to the cockpit, Truvativ holds it down with their Descendant bar and Ergon with their GD1 grips. MRP's Carbon chain guide keeps the drivetrain in check.


- Yeti SB140 27.5 -

The SB140 is a well rounded 27.5" wheeled trail slayer from Yeti, and as you would expect, Nate's bike is equipped for just about any adventure you could conjur up. Nate's bike is rocking a RockShox Lyrik Ultimate suspension fork up front with a Super Deluxe Ultimate air rear shock, and the brand's Reverb AXS post on dropper duty. Keeping things wireless is SRAM's X01 AXS drivetrain, and stopping the rig is SRAM's Code RSC Brakes. Rolling on Zipp's 3Zero Moto wheels as usual and Maxxis Tires, this rig has traction and compliance for days. Truvativ Descendant components are found on the cockpit and Ergon is trusted for the controls with their SM Pro saddle and their GD1 grips. MRP is in charge of the chain retention as usual.


- Yeti SB100 -

Nate's SB100 isn't exactly an XC bike. When you are out adventuring, you want to be able to ride any trail you come across along the way. That is the way Nate decided to build up this bike - he can put in countless miles up in the Rockies and still be able to make it back down no matter the trail. RockShox is on suspension duty as usual, with a Silver 130mm Pike Ultimate up front and a Super Deluxe air shock in the rear. As you might suspect, Zipp's 3Zero Moto wheels are keeping it rolling with Maxxis' DHF and Aggressor tires contacting the ground. This beast is adorned with SRAM's XX1 AXS drivetrain to get up to speed and their Code RSC Brakes slow it back down. RockShox' Reverb AXS dropper post is topped with Ergon's SM Pro saddle, and Truvativ's descendant bar and stem keep things in control with Ergon's GD1 grips. MRP's upper chain guide keeps things in check.