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!


  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?