DC Biddy 2017

Size Chart
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The DC Biddy is the perfect first board for babes wanting to shoot from beginner to pro, pronto! Aspiring snow bunnies will love the medium flex and true twin shape, making learning an absolute breeze. Once you've got the basics down, why not try riding switch or experiment in the park, with this forgiving and catch free ride. If progression is your priority, then look no further!

Key Features

Camber Type: Rocker

Flat between the feet with reverse camber between the nose and tail. Enjoy a playful and forgiving ride, with easy turns and catch free edging.

Flex: 5/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

Twin Flex- Get your switch on with a twin flexing board. With the flex in the tail being an exact reflection of the flex in the tip you will get so good you'll forget if you're a goofy or regular rider!

Shape: Twin

True twin snowboards are 100% symmetrical with an identical nose and tail. The flex pattern and sidecut is uniform throughout, and will feel the same whether you are riding switch or regular, so you can jib, jump and spin with ease!

Core: Stratus

The Stratus core uses certified Poplar wood for a smooth flexing, lightweight ride. Added strength is also added to the boards core with two central beech stringers, running from tip to tail.

Base: True Base

Extruded bases are fast on snow, super durable, and easy to maintain or fix. Base colours may vary. 



Board Lengths: 144cm, 148cm, 152cm

Stance Set Back: 0mm (centred stance) 

Waist Width:

(144cm) 234mm
(148cm) 236mm
(152cm) 238mm 

Recommended Rider Weight:

(144cm) 35-64kg
(148cm) 40-68kg
(152cm) 45-72kg


Missing a size? Just ask us!

  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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  • Want to find out about snowboard cambers and shapes? Click here.
  • Want to find out about different types of snowboard edges (magne-traction)? Click here.
  • Want to find out about the difference in snowboard bases? Click here.
  • Want to find out about snowboard construction? Click here.