2021 Knolly Tyaughton

David Golay reviews the Knolly Tyaughton for Blister

We’ve talked a lot about how much fun aggressive hardtails can be, and now Knolly has launched their take on the genre — the Tyaughton — which is available in both titanium and steel. Check out our First Look for all the details.

Hoka One One Speedgoat 4

Kieran Nay reviews the Hoka One One Speedgoat 4 for Blister

Hoka’s Speedgoat shoe has garnered a very strong following over the years, but how does the latest iteration compare to the previous ones — and other high-cushion trail shoes on the market? Check out our review of the Speedgoat 4.

2022 Fox 34 Fork

Noah Bodman reviews the 2022 Fox 34 for Blister

We’ve now tested Fox’s new 34 fork on both a hardtail and a modern short-travel Trail bike. Check out our full review of the fork for our thoughts on it, including how it compares to the alternatives from both Fox & RockShox.

Xero Mesa Trail

Cosmo Langsfeld reviews the Xero Mesa Trail for Blister.

All of Xero’s shoes are designed to offer a barefoot-like feel, and the Mesa Trail is their take on a general-purpose trail running shoe. So how versatile is this minimalist shoe, and where could it fit into your running and training routine? Check out our review for our thoughts.

2022 Trek Session

David Golay reviews the Trek Session for Blister

The latest Trek Session is a much more race-focused DH bike than the previous iteration, but in the right terrain and with the right approach from the rider, it is an excellent one. Check out our full review for more info.

2022 Orbea Rallon

David Golay reviews the 2022 Orbea Rallon for Blister

Orbea describes their new Rallon as having a “focus on fast” but there’s a lot more going on with the latest iteration than just getting longer, lower, and slacker (though it did all that too). Check out our First Look for all the info.

Stuff We Like: August 2021

Blister Stuff We Like — August 2021

In the latest edition of “Stuff We Like,” our reviewers share a broad range of products they’re currently using — and really liking — from fancy sparkling water to bike tires, boots, and more.

Hip Pack Roundup — 2021

Blister Hip Pack Roundup 2021

Hip packs have gone from being an ironic fashion throwback to a commonly accepted mountain bike accessory, but they now come in all shapes and sizes. We’ve been testing six options, from ultra-minimalist to quite roomy, and here you can check out how they compare and which would work best for you.

Hoka One One Zinal

Gordon Gianniny reviews the Hoka One One Zinal for Blister

The Zinal is Hoka’s latest offering in the more minimally cushioned, fast-and-light category of trail shoes. So how does it compare to the numerous other options in that class, and what sort of runners should have it on their list? Check out our review.

Nicolai / Geometron G1

David Golay reviews the Nicolai G1 for Blister

The original Geometron bike blew minds when it first appeared in 2015, with wildly radical geometry that *still* stands out today. So how do you follow up an act like that? The G1 is their answer — check out our First Look for all the info.

2022 Canyon Lux Trail

David Golay reviews the Canyon Lux Trail for Blister

The Canyon Lux has seen plenty of action (and results) on the World Cup XC circuit, and now it’s got a bigger sibling, the Lux Trail. The new bike is a lot more than just an XC race bike with a little extra suspension, though — check out all the details in our First Look.