No dig – no ride.

That is probably one of the most important principles for the sport Dirt Jump. Because before you can jump over piles of dirt you first have to put a lot of work in making jumps out of them. If you don't want to to that, then you won't have anything to ride on.

 
 

With these values in our sport, we feel like it’s very important for companies to keep the same thing in mind. But it doesn’t seem like that’s the case. Most companies just ride – the only thing they do is selling to a scene that already exists. Just like if you ride a spot that already exists, that works for a while. But if you don’t put in any effort into digging, there’ll come a day when you can’t ride anymore.

And that’s what beddo is here for. Being passionate riders ourselves, we love the sport so much, that we are willing to put in some work.

 
 
 
riders owned

„I don’t want to keep all the stuff about riding and digging that I learnt over the past years just for myself.

Much rather I’d like to use it to help out others who don’t have that experience.

If that leads to more people being able to enjoy this awesome sport, I’m stoked!“

– Malik Haase, beddo owner

 
 

The beddo history

  • April 2017

    The SWAY aluminium frames get released.

  • 2016

    Malik Haase takes over beddo.

  • 2011-2015

    The NEAT frame and some other components are added to the range.

  • 2010

    The first frames, called "tabbuh" hit the market.

  • 2009

    Marius Hoppensack founds beddo.

No dig – no ride.

That is probably one of the most important principles for the sport Dirt Jump. Because before you can jump over piles of dirt you first have to put a lot of work in making jumps out of them. If you don't want to to that, then you won't have anything to ride on.

With these values in our sport, we feel like it’s very important for companies to keep the same thing in mind. But it doesn’t seem like that’s the case. Most companies just ride – the only thing they do is selling to a scene that already exists. Just like if you ride a spot that already exists, that works for a while. But if you don’t put in any effort into digging, there’ll come a day when you can’t ride anymore.

And that’s what beddo is here for. Being passionate riders ourselves, we love the sport so much, that we are willing to put in some work.

 
 
riders owned

„I don’t want to keep all the stuff about riding and digging that I learnt over the past years just for myself.

Much rather I’d like to use it to help out others who don’t have that experience.

If that leads to more people being able to enjoy this awesome sport, I’m stoked!“

– Malik Haase, beddo owner

 
 

The beddo history

  • April 2017

    The SWAY aluminium frames get released.

  • 2016

    Malik Haase takes over beddo.

  • 2011-2015

    The NEAT frame and some other components are added to the range.

  • 2010

    The first frames, called "tabbuh" hit the market.

  • 2009

    Marius Hoppensack founds beddo.

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