There are six things separating the Beti SB5c X01 Complete Mountain Bike from Yeti's standard SB5c models: a modified cockpit, a different paint job coral, not pink, and the four letters B, E, T, and I. Other than that, the Beti SB5c features the same frame as the Yeti equivalent, making it the shark in a women specific sea of pink and shrink frames with also ran build kits. The Beti SB5c's predatory status manifests in its true all mountain geometry, Switch Infinity suspension design, and X01 drivetrain, while the cockpit's revised touchpoints repackage that one quiver capability as a setup more friendly to smaller riders. In the interest of moving on to that predatory stuff, let's get those cockpit changes out in the open now: the saddle, grips, handlebar, and 170mm crank arms are all smallershorterre shaped to accommodate women, who according to Yeti benefit from these redesigns. Other than that, the Beti hits the same endurotrail sweet spot as its non Beti counterpart, centering on a blend of two of Yeti's suspension designs in order to create a platform that climbs well courtesy of its Switch Link heritage without sacrificing the ability to take big hits which it owes to its 303 pedigree. The result is the Switch Infinity. The original Switch Link has been written to death in publications across the industry, so we'll keep this brief by touching on the differences between Link and Infinity. When you get past 30% in the stroke while really pushing the Link's limits, the eccentric creates a momentary harshness under rapidly successive big hits. The Infinity replaces the Link's sinuous travel arc with a linear plane of motion, so it changes direction without getting caught in the minute dead spot that produces that harshness. Of course, 95% of all riders won't ever push the Switch Link hard enough to experience this dead spot, but with the Beti SB5c, Yeti went ahead and fixed it for the serious lady racers, anyway. An easily accessible grease po...