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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Ibis DV9. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
16 reasons to buy
- The Ibis DV9 is an affordable cross-country bike.
- The carbon frame of the DV9 is durable.
- The bike is lightweight, weighing just over 25 lbs.
- The geometry of the bike places riders in a position of control and comfort for climbing. Experts agree the DV9 climbs quickly.
- Ibis offers a 7-year warranty on the bike’s frame.
- The bike’s frame has room for a framebag, making it a capable bikepacking bike.
- The threaded bottom bracket on the Ibis DV9 is easy to maintain.
- Experts describe the bike as quick and responsive at handling.
- The Schwalbe Nobby Nic and Hans Damf tire combination on the bike provide excellent traction on a variety of trails.
- The geometry of the Ibis DV9 is slack enough for fast, controlled descents.
- The DV9 has clearance for tires up to 2.6”.
- A 100mm or 120mm fork can be utilized on the bike.
- Riders agree the bike is quick to accelerate with its stiff carbon frame.
- The short chainstays make the DV9 playful and responsive.
- The straight seat tube allows users to run a longer dropper post.
- The Ibis DV9 is available in sizes small to XL, fitting a wide range of riders.
2 reasons not to buy
- The DV9 is not plus tire compatible.
- Experts found the bike lacked confidence cornering.