Zack Henderson reviews the Liv Intrigue X

Liv Intrigue X

The Liv Intrigue X is the latest addition to the popular Intrigue series, cranking things up a notch with some geometry updates and a whole lot of added adjustability. Check out our First Look to learn more about how Liv has brought an impressive amount of adaptability to the Intrigue X.
Simon Stewart reviews the Propain Sresh CF for Blister

Propain Sresh CF

Propain calls the new Sresh CF a lighter, more Trail-oriented eMTB alongside their burlier Ekano, but it’s got a full-power drive system and options for more Enduro-oriented builds, too. So what have they come up with? Check out our First Look for all the info.
Zack Henderson reviews the Cannondale Scalpel

Cannondale Scalpel

Cross Country season is upon us, and Cannondale is joining the podium hunt with their new Scalpel. The updated Scalpel gets a bump in travel and more progressive geometry — check out our First Look for more on the Cannondale Factory Team’s race weapon of choice.
David Golay and Zack Henderson review the Nicolai Nucleon 16 Supre Drive for Blister

Nicolai Nucleon 16 Supre

The Nicolai Nucleon 16 is the first production bike on the market that comes with the Lal Bikes Supre Drive drivetrain, and even without focusing on that, the bike doesn’t look like anything else out there — but how does it ride? We’ve spent a couple of months on the Nucleon and are ready to weigh in.
David Golay and Zack Henderson review the Orbea Rallon for Blister

2024 Orbea Rallon

Orbea updated the Rallon for 2024 with the goal of adding stability and composure to their flagship Enduro race bike. So how does the new version stack up to its notably nimble and versatile predecessor? Here are our thoughts after a few months on the updated Rallon.
Dylan Wood Reviews the Yeti ASR for Blister

Yeti ASR

Yeti re-joins the World Cup Cross Country race program with their resurrected ASR. And while this bike has some of the details we’ve come to expect from Yeti, it also has some interesting new design features that don’t exist elsewhere in Yeti’s lineup. Check out our First Look for all the details.
Zack Henderson reviews the Rocky Mountain Instinct for Blister

2024 Rocky Mountain Instinct

The new Rocky Mountain Instinct looks a lot like the old one, but it gets some big updates to its geometry, even *more* adjustability, and several other tweaks. Check out our First Look for all the details, and our Flash Review for our initial on-trail impressions.
David Golay reviews the Revel Rascal V2 for Blister

Revel Rascal V2

Revel’s best-selling and most versatile bike, the Rascal, gets an update today with a new frame, expanded size options, and more. Check out our full review for all the info on the new bike, and our Deep Dive comparisons to learn how it stacks up against a whole lot of all-rounder Trail bikes.
David Golay reviews the Canyon Spectral CF for Blister

2024 Canyon Spectral CF

The 2021 Canyon Spectral CF blurred the line between a do-it-all Trail bike and a burlier Enduro one, but Canyon has now launched a new version, which they claim pushes the bike more squarely into Trail-bike territory. Check out our First Look to see how they’ve done it.
David Golay reviews the Yeti SB135 for Blister

Yeti SB135

Has the ship sailed for 27.5” wheeled mountain bikes? Yeti’s answer is a hard no. Are they on to something? We’ve been spending a lot of time on the SB135 and are ready to weigh in — check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons.
David Golay reviews the Privateer 141 and 161 Gen 2 for Blister

Privateer 141 and 161 Gen 2

Privateer has made a name for itself by building burly, no-nonsense bikes for aggressive riders, and while their new second-generation 141 and 161 don’t appear to waver from that goal, a lot of the design details have changed, and in very interesting ways. Check out our First Look for all the info.
David Golay reviews the Knolly Chilcotin 6.0 for Blister

Knolly Chilcotin 6.0

Knolly teased an extensive overhaul of their bike lineup when they launched the new Endorphin last fall, and now the next model has broken cover. Check out our First Look for the rundown on the new Chilcotin.
David Golay riding the Propain Tyee

Propain Tyee

The Propain Tyee is an especially good value for money in terms of the parts spec and looks well-thought-out on paper, but does it all come together on the trail? We’ve spent several months on one and are ready to weigh in.
Eric Freson reviews the Yeti SB140 for Blister

Yeti SB140

The Yeti SB130 was pretty aggressive for a mid-travel Trail bike when it launched a few years back, but the SB140 that replaced it is no longer such an outlier on paper — so what does that mean for the new SB140? We’ve spent a bunch of time on Yeti’s latest do-it-all Trail bike and are ready to weigh in.