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    Good gracious! 11 pivots?! Maybe they are trying to approximate the switch motion but beef it up for DH? Or maybe the rear wheel path spells out YETI in cursive as it moves through the travel. Anyway, its great to see they are still experimenting with new stuff even while being at the top of EWS for 2+ years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terp View Post
    Or maybe the rear wheel path spells out YETI in cursive as it moves through the travel.
    THIS.

    Hahahaha... seriously though, we have no plans to go away from Switch Infinity for a very long time. Also, it's worth considering that our Switch Infinity is covered under our linear rail patents, and the drawings for that are drastically different than what you're seeing visually on our Switch Infinity bikes now. Similarly, if/when this new system ever makes it to production, you can bet a lot will have changed aesthetically.

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    what day is it? date?
    tomorrow?
    LOL

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    Whatever it was, it crashes Vital's website.

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