I don't. I have briefly ridden like, my dad's bike which is I think a 27.5 but nothing serious. This 24" is a bike I have had since a kid and it's designed for children. I'll be honest, most of the riding I do is pavement, but I want to be able to hit some of the local trails, none of which are super intense, and I can only cost-justify buying one bike right now. I figure a decent 29" bike will both be plenty fast on pavement, and be able to hit the trails. My 24 is a hardtail and has a rigid front fork so I'm used to having no suspension either.
I know for sure it will take some adjustment, this bike is light as fuck and as you said very nimble. I'll probably keep it around as it would be good to loan out to friends who don't have and want to ride with me, or my gf if she ever gets her ankle fixed. Her current bike is a hybrid but I wouldn't put it on any of the trails around here, but until her foot gets fixed she won't ride mountainbike trails anyway so whatever.
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I'm actually leaning toward the Magma 9.0 just for that sweet sweet teal, and the fact that it seems to have a cable that runs down to lock out the suspension forks from the handlebars without having to manually do it. That's real nice, plus the frame geometry seems a bit stronger, but I have no idea. I can't physically get my fucking hands on a bike to try out fitment.