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There are great benefits to purchase a bike with suspension. If you are new to downhill riding, the increase of traction will allow you to better control your speed, which will help you deal with the bumps on the trail better and give you the confidence you need to really attack the trails.
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You can buy a decent hardtail bike and throw a suspension link on it, and do it for far less money than a full on XC bike, but there are perks to that. Hardtails don't need a suspension travel tune, and their rear suspension design (more on that later) eases maintenance. The lower travel costs on the part of the manufacturer also generally means they can make the bike lighter, more agile, and more user-friendly. To be honest, we think that mountain bike suspension design has a lot more work to be done. While it's great to be able to stop the bike in its tracks at the slightest bump, it also does such a good job smoothing out the bumps that a lot of fun, much trail riding, gets completely scrubbed.
For beginner to novice riders, you may want to choose a bike that's not quite a dual-sport but not quite an XC bike, either. The Ibis S2 has that balance of attributes and is perfect for the rider who's not quite ready for a full suspension singletrack bike. The ride is lively and quick-rolling, the suspension absorbs bumps and chatter well, but you can still shift down into it on big hits. It costs a fair bit less than other entry-level trail bikes, too.
Those of you who want more of a complete bike and are used to the option of replacing parts that wear out on bikes that cost more, the Ibis S2 makes a great jumping off point because it's a decent-value bike for the trail. It may be time to try a full suspension, though, if it's not begun to perform unsatisfactorily, and it does improve the bike's responsiveness considerably.