DC Biddy 2018
The 2018 DC Biddy is the perfect first board for girls wanting to jump up from beginner to pro quickly! Everything about the Biddy is designed to be easy to ride, and easy to progress your skills. With a forgiving rocker profile and a catch free ride, it's the perfect board to start out on!
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!
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!
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.
3 Degree Bevel - The extra bevel on the base edge means that you get a board that is easy to ride for beginners, and can be ridden on rails straight out of the wrapper by expert riders.
Tear The Roof Off - By removing the traditional top sheet, you get lively flex and more pop while still shaving weight off the board.
Radius 2 Flat - Flat surfaces on the nose and tail of the board give you better lift in deep snow, while the radius blends perfectly into the sidecut, so that you get smooth and effortless turns.
Board Lengths: 144cm, 148cm, 152cm
Stance Set Back: 0mm (centred stance)
Recommended Rider Weight:
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