Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Melbourne - Australia
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Front suspension bikes are usually lighter, 'faster', better climbers and cheaper. Used mainly, but not limited to XC riding, dirt jumping etc. Dual Suspension bikes are usually heavier, a lot more exepesive, absorb the shock at the rear aswell as the front so they are more capable of handleing rougher terrain. Downhill and All Mountain bikes can come with dual suspension.