The DC Biddy is a women’s do anything park board with a bit of an all mountain aftertaste. It’s stiff enough to handle the mountain but soft enough for most places in the park. The biddy and all flat/rocker boards have similar issues. They just don’t have the spring that many other camber profiles do. The Biddy does a good job making a flat board spring but its no camber board. Where the Biddy’s flat/rocker does a good job (especially for a twin) is when it comes to powder riding. If you like to ride switch a lot in pow then the Biddy will be a lot of fun and provide good float. However if you like to set back and ride directional then the Biddy will miss the boat on that. The Biddy is also good when it comes to turn initiation and is just the right ballance between too easy and to hard. With little work you can get the biddy to respond very well in any type of turning situation and it’s not terrible with the occasional carve. All in all the biddy isn’t a bad do anything freestyle choice for the price.