Yeti / Fox National Team
Hailing from a small Ohio town, Jubal grew up racing moto in the beginning. A move to Colorado sparked an interest in mountain biking, and the rest is history. At Jubal’s first Big Mountain Enduro race in Winter Park, he came out swinging and was battling for stage wins with Richie Rude and the like.
Yeti SB bike of choice and why
Favorite race event
My favorite vintage Yeti racer is
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When I’m not out racing Enduro you may find me out doing
- Being picked up by the Yeti/Fox Factory team.
- Beating THE Richie Rude on any stages.
- No braking bike park berms.
- 6th on stage 4 at Tasmania EWS.
- Sending stuff blind.
I run a size large SB150 with a pretty beefy setup and as close to a DH bike as it gets. I would rather have a burly bike that is stable and handles whatever you huck it into rather than try and save weight. That's why I run DH casing tires and Cushcore front and rear, 203 rotors front and rear, Saint pedals and a Fox 38 fork.
I feel like after being on Yeti for a while, you always end up with a pretty similar set up to the rest of the team.
- Moto Brake set up
- Super-touchy brakes
- 755 bar width
- 203 rotors front and rear
- Left knobbies always roached more than right because NASCAR