The Salsa Horsethief Carbon 1 feels far more capable than most 120mm bikes, and effectively bridges the gap between shorter-travel 29ers and longer-travel AM / enduro bikes.
The new Smith I/O7 offers some improvements over the original I/O goggle, but it’s also pricier.
The Alpinestars Bionic Neck Support Tech Carbon is a lightweight neck brace that allows for a good range of motion.
Some of our bike reviewers tested a range of Dakine’s bike apparel on our recent trip to Whistler, BC. Here’s what they found.
The FlyLow Lab Coat, one of our favorite freeride jackets, got a makeover. Version 2.0 is still a favorite, but you’ll want to check out exactly what changed and what stayed the same.
The new Transition Patrol 2 is a solid choice if you’re looking for a poppy, well-rounded trail bike in the 155mm range.
The new Giant Reign Advanced 27.5 1 is a strong contender in the All Mountain category, and will appeal to anyone spending a lot of time running steep, nasty trails.
The Arc’teryx Caden sets the standard for freeride-oriented shells that offer a full set of features, great breathability, and outstanding protection in harsh conditions.
The new Atomic Bent Chetler is far more than just a big surfy pow ski.
Sweet Protection’s ¾-length Shambala Shorts have a built-in neoprene liner, making them extremely versatile in a large temperature range.
The Black Diamond Sharp End is a versatile alpine shell that offers great weather protection, durability and packability.
“I’ve never been on a ski that feels better than the new Line Magnum Opus for sending tricks into pow.”
We’re about to post our thoughts on the new Line Magnum Opus, but before we do, we wanted to run again our review of the original Opus—a ski that earned a ‘Blister Best Of’ Award last year.
The Trek Session 9.9 is a well-balanced and playful downhill bike that’s great for attacking technical terrain.
We’re back from Interbike, and of everything we rode, the Devinci Spartan Carbon SX was the best at doing everything pretty well.
Versatile, stable, forgiving, and damp. The Blizzard Bodacious is an outstanding big-mountain / fatter all-mountain ski.
The Broken River club field of Canterbury, New Zealand, is a very friendly place with a remarkably interesting history.
The new SCOTT Vanisher is a light and playful ski that works best in soft conditions and is a whole lot of fun.
Unlike anything Armada has made before, the new Invictus is a directional all-mountain ski with a stout, big-mountain feel.
We take another look at the new DPS Wailer 105, with comparisons to skis in its class from Moment, Line, Salomon, Blizzard, and more.