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My experience going from single suspension to full suspension.

TL;DR; I don't regret buying my Vitus Escarpe. The full sus made me more confident, faster on the downhills and slower on the uphills. After looking through all the reviews, I realised it's pretty hard to buy a "bad" full suspension bike from a reputable seller. My advice would be, if you've narrowed your selection down to a couple of bikes and nothing is really telling you "no", pick one and go for it.https://redtube.onl/ https://beeg.onl/ https://spanktube.vip/spankbang/

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TL;DR; I don't regret buying my Vitus Escarpe. The full sus made me more confident, faster on the downhills and slower on the uphills. After looking through all the reviews, I realised it's pretty hard to buy a "bad" full suspension bike from a reputable seller. My advice would be, if you've narrowed your selection down to a couple of bikes and nothing is really telling you "no", pick one and go for it.
Sounds like you should get a DR650.

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TL;DR; I don't regret buying my Vitus Escarpe. The full sus made me more confident, faster on the downhills and slower on the uphills. After looking through all the reviews, I realised it's pretty hard to buy a "bad" full suspension bike from a reputable seller. My advice would be, if you've narrowed your selection down to a couple of bikes and nothing is really telling you "no", pick one and go for it.

you should get a DR650.




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