Ideal Rider. Riders looking for optimum traction, comfort and control will thrive on a Dual Suspension Mountain Bike. Enduro bikes for bombing down hills, Trail Bikes for any track ahead and XC bikes to accelerate up the climbs. Bicycles Online has your next dual suspension bike for sale now.

Riders who are looking to sprint off the line at the local cross country race, challenge the KOM's on climbs and love to spend hours exploring; dual-suspension XC bikes are perfect for you.

If you are looking to adventure without knowing what lies ahead on the tracks, Trail bikes are perfect for you. Ready to take you further and into any challenge.

Enduro bikes are perfect for riders looking to race from the top of a mountain to the bottom. Once you are at the bottom, enduro bikes are ready to winch themselves back up the hill.

Slopestyle bikes are for when you want to flip, spin, or flow through the biggest jumps.

Ideal Terrain. If you are climbing technical terrain, sprinting off the start line and want optimum grip with maximum comfort for the long days in the saddle, a Dual Suspension XC bike is perfect for you.

When the trails are getting rougher, and you need a bike ready for any challenge, a Trail Bike will always have your back. Trail bikes are built to climb, traverse and attack the downhills, the Swiss army knife of mountain bikes. Bicycles Online has a huge range of Trail bikes for sale here.

Enduro Mountain Bikes are designed to get from the top of the mountain to the bottom as fast as possible. Enduro Bikes eat up the big jumps, drops and gnarly terrain with ease. Bicycles Online has a massive range of Enduro Bikes for Sale to suit your adrenaline addiction.

Dual Suspension Slopestyle Bikes are designed to ride the biggest jumps and skate parks in the world. The extra suspension is perfect for riders pushing their limits of spinning or flipping the biggest features—check out our range of slopestyle bikes for sale here.

Everything you need to know about Dual Suspension. Dual suspension bikes have a shock-absorbing system at both the front and the back. This means they are more comfortable to ride on bumpy terrains, and that's one of the ideas for riding in those conditions in the first place! These bikes also tend to have slacker geometries, and they are generally built for steep and more technical trails. A dual suspension bike will help the wheels grip the trail better and roll smoother but also help you navigate the bicycle better. Once the rocks and roots aren't kicking you around, it's easier to handle the bike.

When looking to buy a dual-suspension mountain bike, we advise considering the following aspects:

Weight. The additional suspension in the back means that the dual-suspension mountain bike will be heavier. Modern manufacturers of full-suspension bikes usually compensate with lighter materials such as carbon fiber; however, bear in mind that this is likely to add to the cost of the bike. If you feel that a light bike is crucial for your riding experience, maybe try avoiding a dual-suspension mountain bike altogether.

For an alternative bike model, ask our professional team to provide a recommendation!

Price. A pivoting rear end and a rear shock in a dual-suspension mountain bike will cost extra money. However, if this bike is the right fit for you, rest assured that here at Bicycles Online, we offer competitive prices. We work with manufacturers directly and skip the costs imposed by agents, sellers and other parties. With us, you are getting the best value for your money!

Comfort. Naturally, this is the king of mountain bikes when it comes to comfort. With full suspension at work absorbing hard hits, your body doesn't have to.. This is especially important if you usually go on longer rides: you will finish feeling less beat up than you would with a different bike without dual suspension.

Speed. Is it going downhill? Thanks to its combination of extra traction and hit-absorption, a full-suspension bike will make you the fastest rider around. Going up, however, even the best dual-suspension mountain bike can feel more sluggish than a bike with a fixed rear. Thanks to the lockout capability of most modern rear shocks, pedaling efficiency can be achieved much like a hardtail bike on most dual suspension bikes. Be prepared to pedal a bit harder up the hill with a dual-suspension mountain bike as it will, ultimately, be rewarded going back downhill.