Zack Henderson and David Golay review the Canyon Torque:ON for Blister

Canyon Torque:ON CF

The Torque:ON is Canyon’s burliest eMTB, with lots of suspension travel and a massive battery to match. After several months aboard this 54+ pound giant, it has proven to be an interesting take on the ever-diversifying long-travel eMTB category.
David Golay reviews the Chromag Darco for Blister

Chromag Darco

Chromag has been doing things their own way for decades, and their first adult full-suspension bike, the Darco, isn’t like much else out there. And while it won’t be for everyone, it’s a bike that the right folks will absolutely love.
Simon Stewart reviews the Orbea Wild for Blister

2023 Orbea Wild

The Orbea Wild has already collected its share of e-Enduro podiums, but does it perform well outside of the tape, too, or is it a one-dimensional speed demon? After a few months on it, we’re ready to weigh in — and compare it to several of long-travel, high-power eMTBs.
David Golay reviews the Manitou Mattoc Pro for Blister

2023 Manitou Mattoc

Our Bike Editor has long been a big fan of the Manitou Mezzer and got pretty excited when Manitou dropped a new version of their Mattoc Trail bike fork, since it looked a lot like a mini-Mezzer on paper. Having now spent a lot of time with the Mattoc, the story is a bit more complicated than that — but that’s probably a good thing for a lot of folks.
David Golay reviews the We Are One Triad wheels for Blister

We Are One Convergence Wheels

We Are One has been making some of our favorite carbon wheels for quite a while now, and the latest models in their Convergence line are claimed to be stronger and more damped than their longstanding Union rims — and they use a wild-looking design to get there. We’ve been spending a lot of time on the middle-width wheel in the range, the Triad, and are ready to weigh in.
David Golay reviews the 2024 Trek Slash for BLISTER

2024 Trek Slash

The Trek Slash was starting to look a bit conservative by modern Enduro bike standards, but the new sixth-generation bike changes that in a big way with radically overhauled geometry, a high-pivot suspension layout, mixed wheel sizes, and a lot more. And we’ve started spending time on it.
David Golay reviews the SCOR 2030 for Blister

SCOR 2030

SCOR’s founding ethos of making playful, “fun” mountain bikes carries over to their latest and shortest-travel model, the 2030. And while it does look like a scaled-down 4060 in a lot of respects, there are quite a few new details, too — and the end result looks pretty interesting.
Simon Stewart reviews the Specialized Turbo Levo for BLISTER

Specialized Turbo Levo

Having logged more than 600 miles on the Specialized Turbo Levo (and burned through a couple of sets of brake pads and tires in the process) we’re well acquainted with the bike and ready to chime in — check out our full review of one of the most popular eMTBs on the market.
David Golay reviews the MRP AMg for BLISTER

MRP AMg Chain Guide

MRP is one of the biggest names out there when it comes to products that keep your drivetrain protected and operating as it should; the latest iteration of their AMg chain guide brings some nice refinements to their upper guide and bash guard style offering, with an eye to ease of setup and adjustability.
David Golay reviews the 2024 Fox Float for Blister

2024 Fox Float

Fox says their new Float rear shock is meant to bring a lot of the performance of the Float X to a smaller, lighter package, but have they succeeded, and what are the tradeoffs? We’ve been logging a lot of time on the two back-to-back, and we’ve got some answers.
David Golay reviews the REEB Steezl for Blister

REEB Steezl

REEB has been taking an unconventional approach to bike design and fabrication for a while now, and their latest model, the Steezl, is no exception. We’ve started spending time on REEB’s take on a bike for “big rides in big terrain.” Check out our First Look for a rundown on what sets the Steezl apart, and our Flash Review for our initial impressions.