Founded in 1963 by Scipione Mardollo, Bitubo has become a household name in the world of damping systems. The company's journey began with a focus on controlling vibrations of any type, but over the years it has expanded its knowledge to other applications such as artificial limbs, seismic dampers, and even damping systems for oceanic platforms. However, it was in the motorcycle market where Bitubo truly made its mark.

In 1975, Bitubo made a breakthrough in the motorcycle industry with the introduction of a pair of shock absorbers connected by two compensating rubber pipes. This innovation not only caught the attention of motorcycle enthusiasts, but also the greatest champions of the time who immediately adopted and raced with these shock absorbers. It was from this design that the company derived its name - Bitubo, meaning 'two tubes' in Italian.

Bitubo's success on the race track was evident when E. Lazzarini won the first World Championship in the 50cc Class in 1979, followed by another win in the same class the following year. The company's success continued in the 125 GP class when D. Raudies won the World Championship in 1993 and became the runner-up in 1994.

But Bitubo's innovation didn't stop there. The company continued to push the boundaries of technology and introduced the first steering damper with a nitrogen compensating coaxial chamber in 1992, which soon became a patented design. In 1993, Bitubo presented the world's first fork with a separate chamber using a 'big piston' system. This revolutionary design was quickly adopted by the SBK World Championship and in 2003 it helped the company win the Italian SBK Championship.

In 1998, Bitubo introduced the Mono 4 Regolazioni rear shock absorber, which was protected by international patents. This shock absorber became the benchmark in the world of suspension technology and remains relevant even today. It is a testament to Bitubo's commitment to constantly innovate and improve its products.

In 2000, Bitubo once again revolutionized the motorcycle industry with the introduction of the HDX00 Racing Fork. This was the first complete fork designed and created by Bitubo, and it quickly gained popularity for its adjustability and pressurized nitrogen system. Its patented big piston system was also adopted by the SBK World Championship, and in 2003, it helped the company win the Italian SBK Championship.

Bitubo's success also extended beyond the motorcycle racing world. In 2004, the company collaborated with renowned race car driver Alex Zanardi and won the CIV (Italian Superbike Championship) with the Lightspeed team. In 2007, Bitubo participated in the prestigious Suzuka 8h event, further cementing its position as a global leader in damping systems.

Over the years, Bitubo has continued to partner with top riders and teams, including Jason Crump who brought Bitubo to victory in the Speedway Championship in 2008 and 2011. This partnership not only showcases the company's commitment to excellence, but also its ability to adapt and cater to the needs of different racing disciplines.

In 2009, the company patented a revolutionary hydraulic system called FPS (Full Pressure System), which has since then set new track records and cemented Bitubo's position as a leading provider of high-performance suspension systems.

The FPS system, used in the new ECH29 and RDH fork, is the first cartridge in the market to feature hydraulic spring preload. This allows for better handling and control of the motorcycle, giving riders a significant advantage on the track. It was also in 2009 that Australian rider, Gary McCoy, took the Triumph podium equipped with Bitubo suspension in the World Superbike Championship. This was just the beginning of Bitubo's success in the world of motorcycle racing.

In 2011, Bitubo made history by winning the World Supersport Championship with Chaz Davies on a Yamaha YZF-R6 of the Team ParkinGo. This was a major achievement for Bitubo, as it was the first time a suspension system manufacturer had won a world championship in this category. This victory solidified Bitubo's position as a force to be reckoned with in the world of motorcycle racing.

In 2012, Bitubo once again proved its commitment to innovation by introducing the first semi-active electroereological system for motorcycle suspension – ER (Electroereological) and its first adaptive suspension system – DS (Dynamic Suspension). These systems were designed to automatically adjust the suspension settings based on the road conditions, providing riders with a smoother and more comfortable ride.

The following year, in 2013, Bitubo once again made history by winning the World Supersport Championship with Sam Lowes on a Yamaha YZF-R6 of the Team Yakhnich Motorsport. This was a momentous occasion for Bitubo, as it marked the company's 50th anniversary. With five decades of experience and expertise, Bitubo had firmly established itself as a leader in the suspension systems market.

In 2015, Bitubo took a step towards sustainability by introducing tablets to manage and improve the flow of information within the company. This move not only reduced the use of paper but also contributed to a greener economy. The same year, Bitubo also started its collaboration with the non-profit organization Motoforpeace, which aims to promote peace and solidarity through motorcycle-related activities.

Bitubo's success continued in 2016 when Michael Dunlop won the Isle of Man Senior TT championship with an incredible lap record of 133.256 MPH. This was a testament to the superior performance and reliability of Bitubo's suspension systems, even in the most demanding racing conditions.

Since 2017, Bitubo has been committed to delivering the highest quality products and services to its customers. The company has implemented a Quality, Environment, and Safety Policy to ensure that it meets and exceeds customer expectations. This policy also reflects Bitubo's dedication towards protecting the environment and ensuring the safety of its employees and customers.

In 2018, Bitubo added a vertical warehouse to its facility, which helped improve the traceability of lots and enhance the overall efficiency of the company. This move further strengthened Bitubo's position as a leader in the suspension systems industry.

In 2021, Bitubo expanded its reach by opening a branch in the United States, with headquarters in Miami. This move was driven by the increasing demand for Bitubo's products in the American market and the company's desire to provide better customer service to its customers in the region. The new branch, led by President Giorgia Mardollo, is a testament to Bitubo's global presence and its commitment to meeting the needs of its customers worldwide.

Today, Bitubo remains at the forefront of suspension technology with its high-quality, high-performance products that are protected by international patents. The company's dedication to innovation and its success on the race track have earned it a reputation as a reliable and trustworthy brand among motorcycle enthusiasts worldwide. With more than 50 years of experience and a constant drive to improve, Bitubo is set to continue its legacy as a pioneer in the control of vibrations and damping systems.