YETI SnowMX gets on top of podium not once but twice at the X Games!

Specially designed for the racers, the YETI 120 SS have made is marked. This nimblest most responsive system with its 30 pounds in less, making it the lightest technology currently offered in the market. And this is surely what helped our racers to cross the finish line first and this is exactly what happened during the 2019 X Games.

Held from January 24 to 27 in Aspen, Colorado, the 2019 X Games pushed the best Snow BikeCross athletes and their machine to give all they had! One more time, the YETI SnowMX athletes brilliantly represented our brand. Of the riders up for the final, Cody Matechuk won the gold for a second year in a row with a lead of 4.445 seconds over his rival.

From left to right: Jesse Kirchmeyer (silver), Cody Matechuk (gold), Brock Hoyer (bronze).

From left to right: Jesse Kirchmeyer (silver), Cody Matechuk (gold), Brock Hoyer (bronze).

Qualification starting line.

Qualification starting line.

Jesse Kirchmeyer impressed the audience by taking the second step of the podium at his first participation at X Games. Our riders Seth Fischer & Harris Huizenga finished respectively in 5th and 7th positions. Finally, let’s congratulate Yannick Boucher for his great performance during qualifications, finishing second.

We want to give a special mention to Doug Henry for winning the gold on his YETI SnowMX system in Para Snow BikeCross, a race designed for athletes living with a disability.

Doug Henry win the gold in Para Snow BikeCross.

Doug Henry win the gold in Para Snow BikeCross.

We want to congratulate all racers and especially Cody Matechuk, Jesse Kirchmeyer and Doug Henry who are coming back home with a medal around the neck.

A special thank you to all our YETI SnowMx fans having encouraged and followed with passion our racers during the event.

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