Hustle Avery REMTech Magnetic Clipless Pedals

Dylan Wood & Luke Koppa review the Hustle Bike Labs Avery REMtech magnetic mountain bike pedals for Blister

Hustle’s Avery REMtech pedal is the latest take on a magnetic MTB pedal that aims to bring you the best of both the clipless and flat-pedal worlds. Two of our reviewers — one clipless fan, one flats fan — spent several months using the Avery to see where it shines, how it compares to traditional options, how much metal debris is actually on their local trails, and more. Check out their full review.

Canfield Lithium

Dylan Wood reviews the Canfield Lithium for Blister

The Canfield Lithium is a highly capable Enduro bike that’s also much more versatile than its travel numbers might suggest. Check out our full review for everything that makes the Lithium stand out.

2021 Commencal Meta TR 29

Dylan Wood and Luke Koppa review the Commencal Meta TR 29 for Blister

Two of our reviewers spent several months on Commencal’s downhill-oriented Trail bike, the Meta TR 29. Check out our video & written full reviews for their thoughts on who it suits and how it compares to several other bikes in its class.

2022 Rocky Mountain Element

David Golay reviews the Rocky Mountain Element for Blister

It seems like every new bike is longer, lower, and slacker these days, but few undergo such a radical change as the new Rocky Mountain Element — and the results have us pretty excited. Check out our First Look for more on this XC (or Trail?) bike.

2021 Guerrilla Gravity Pedalhead

David Golay reviews the Guerrilla Gravity Pedalhead for Blister

Guerrilla Gravity’s Pedalhead hardtail just got a major update, and we’ve been spending a whole bunch of time on it. Check out our full review for our thoughts on the bike that GG says is “built for everything from crushing singletrack miles to getting rad around town.”

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.

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.