Originally Posted by rquick
I think the B2 is a great choice for Brighton. When it's not a powder day, the B2 is what I use. Brighton has some really fun trees and the B2 is very maneuverable.
See, there's one who loves it. Honestly I forget why I didn't -- it was several years ago. Maybe the problem was it was the first day of that season, I was not back in the groove, and it's easier to blame the ski than the skier.
Bottom line, no doubt the B2 was a good option for Brighton and I'd bet they carry the same or equally appropriate gear now.