As mentioned in the video review (below), first impressions are hard to overcome, but thankfully, not impossible. My first impression of the Bishop was that it was overly active and a bit clunky. Clunky because the step in function wasn’t exactly flawless, and overly active for a guy who skied Switchbacks regularly at the time. However, the key to success isn’t always knocking it out of the park on opening day so much as it is making incremental improvements until the product shines on its own. Such is the story of the Bishop BMF. It provides the following . . .
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