Yetis in the Summer

Working the corner at Quehl Holler Blankets Creek

Working the corner at Quehl Holler Blankets Creek

With summer in full swing, I hit the trails with good friends to give the Yetis a good workout.

Sideways at Big Creek

Sideways at Big Creek

My go-to ride for the last two years is the Yeti DJ. Sure, it's a few years old at this point and even has a few scrapes here and there. But that bike simply performs. It's predictable, stiff out of the saddle, manuals for days, and just plain rad. The Profile Elite hubs are loud in a good way. It's like a pack of bees chasing you, and I'd even say make me go faster.

With flow trails like Quehl Holler at Blankets Creek, there's always a good time to be had. The trail is right in the middle of the many XC trails, so there's usually an audience watching those willing to take the Holler on at full tilt. It's a great place to meet new people from all over, as Blankets Creek is among the top trail systems in the country. We're grateful to have such spectacular trails just 45 minutes outside of Atlanta.