We don’t know how he did it, but Reeves Macdonald managed to get Yeti’s new Switch Infinity linkage to open up for an interview.

Thanks to Corbin for the tip!

8 COMMENTS

  1. Now put a gear driven “rail” between the two “struts” and you have the ability to control the track and trail of the motion.

  2. Serious concerns about bushing and Kashima wear/cost to keep the back end slop-free. They couldn’t seal the linear bearings on the DH design and they can’t really seal this.

    The lower link on the SB moved so little that it was essentially a single pivot, but people love new designs…

What do you think?