Factory Tour: Yeti Cycles HQ

Carbon wonders, vintage classics, and lots of ping pong

Company Spotlight
Ordinary building, extraordinary products.

Ordinary building, extraordinary products (click to enlarge).

Yeti Cycles is located in nondescript business park in Golden, CO. The only indication that behind the brick facade resides the legendary bike manufacturer is the quantity of lifted off road trucks and Subaru wagons in the parking lot.

The Yeti showroom spans the gamut of mountain biking history.

The Yeti showroom spans the gamut of mountain biking history (click to enlarge).

Inside the building, visitors are greeted by a lineup that includes modern super bikes and vintage classics.

#Nondriveside

#Nondriveside (click to enlarge)

Among our favorites was this speed record holder from 1997, which Caroline “Curly” Curls piloted to a top speed of 122mph.

How many of you have friends still riding these classic frames?

How many of you have friends still riding these classic frames? (click to enlarge)

The walls and hallways throughout are lined with models we once drooled over.

Hope you like turquoise.

Hope you like turquoise (click to enlarge).

While Yeti is best known for its bikes, the brand also has a very successful line of apparel.

Yeti is very proud of their Colorado heritage.

Yeti is very proud of their Colorado heritage (click to enlarge).

The majority of the gear features tasteful Colorado state motifs and is available in Yeti’s signature shade of turquoise.

Continue to page 2 for more from the Yeti Cycles HQ tour and a full photo gallery »

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  • Russell says:

    so much goodness…

  • Steve M says:

    I always get a little excited when I see “factory” tour in the headline. I think I will get to see stuff actually getting made. Low and behold you get to see un boxing, a coffee or beer keg, a ping pong table, and clothes rack with some t-shirts on it. Perhaps a “headquarters” in the headline is a bit more accurate.

    That being said I really like their stuff….

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