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Travis Rice Testimonial on Remind Insoles

28 Jun

Travis Rice Snowboarding extraordinaire, talks about his experience with Remind Insoles and how they are they only insoles that work for him after ten years of testing all sorts of other products. with his trusted kinesiologist Doctor body testing abilities, Travis explains that the reason that makes Remind Insoles Superior, the amount of support is perfect to where all the nerves and functions of the foot can still fire and allow for better balance control stability and comfort. When your body is being pushed to the limits as someone like Travis is on the daily, it is good to know that your Insole is working for you and not against you.

Travis Rice gets the cover of the century

24 Nov

The 200th issue of TransWorld SNOWboarding is out now featuring Travis Rice blasting over an Alaskan abyss.

check it here: Transworld

Halloween with Rice and Willie

1 Nov

Bluebirds Willie Mcmillon, Steph and Travis Rice rolled over for some Halloween fun time. We really had nothing for costumes, so we ended with a bunch of makeshift half ass contraptions.

Willie the Blue Bandit…

Rice the Muchacho… He actually came prepared with authentic Pancho and Hat from Chile

Steph wrapped her self up in last years Christmas lights that we never took down.

Laura the Cat

Posse Pic…  If your wondering, Gillian is a Broken Tail Light.

The Stash

30 Sep

This winter, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Wyoming will have some new features to offer riders with the completion of the first Stash in the Rockies.

Burton Snowboards, Jackson Hole, pro riders, Snow Park Technologies, and the local Stash park crew have been working on the terrain park that features only natural elements. The Stash is only located at five other resorts worldwide: Northstar-at-Tahoe, USA; Avoriaz, France; The Remarkables, New Zealand; Flachauwinkl Resort, Austria; and Killington Resort, USA.

“The Stash concept is to use whatever indigenous materials and features the mountain has to offer – like rock walls, trees and drops – then enhance them a bit to create the ultimate natural park so riders can take their freestyle riding to the next level,” says Jeff Boliba, Global Resort Director at Burton Snowboards. “Riders like Jussi Oksanen have been helping with the Jackson Hole Stash, scoping the best lines and creating new features that will be super fun to ride.”

The Stash is scheduled to open this winter with four different runs and over 50 different features. Chain saw artist Bob King created 20 carvings that will be located around the Stash, one of which is a moose that riders can use like an up-rail. Burton team rider Jussi Oksanen came up with several features, as well as Jackson locals Bryan Iguchi, Rob Kingwill, and Travis Rice.

READ MORE: Business.Transworld.net

Travis Rice Interview

18 Jul

Travis Rice talks about his new Video coming out “Flight”

Good Times with Travis Rice

13 Apr

Rice also has an aspiring singing career that most don’t know about.

Travis Rice and Mark Carter In Neverland

4 Mar

check out Remind Insoles riders Travis Rice and Mark Carter in the Absinthe movie “Neverland”

Travis Rice: Best of

28 Feb

Travis Rice and Mikey Parillo’s Asymbol Show in Aspen

5 Feb

http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=4871693

Truth to me: Travis Rice

6 Dec

Wiki Wiki Wikipedia of Travis Rice

19 Nov

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Travis Rice (born October 9, 1982[1] Jackson HoleWyoming) is a professional snowboarder who grew up and currently resides by Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. He is #13 on Snowboarder Magazine’s list of the Top Twenty Most Influential Riders [2], and is known for being the “Paul Revere” of the big mountain freestyle movement. [3]

Raised a skier by his father, a member of Jackson Hole Ski Patrol, Rice initially didn’t understand the rave of the new sport springing up on his mountain. However, he would soon catch on and join the local team. In 2001, without a sponsor and only 18 years old, Rice drove to Mammoth Mountain in California to ride at Snowboarder Magazine’s “Superpark”. Recognition from the snowboarding world would come at this event, when Rice launched a backside rodeo off of a 110 foot gap jump [4]. Absinthe Films’ producer Justin Hostynek immediately approached Rice to begin filming for their upcoming movie, Transcendence, and the rest was history. [2]

Rice has filmed outstanding video parts year after year, producing jaw-dropping shots like his switch 540 over Chad’s Gap in Utah, a 120 foot backcountry gap jump. On top of that, he has won several US Opens, an X-Games gold, and an Icer Air gold, where he landed the first double rodeo 1080 in competition. [5]

In 2008, Rice co-produced (with filmmaker Curt Morgan) and starred in the snowboarding film That’s It That’s All. This film featured a dream cast of Mark LandvikTerje HaakonsenNicolas MullerScotty Lago, Pat Moore, John Jackson, Jake Blauvelt, and fellow Jackson Hole residents Bryan Iguchi and Kyle Clancy. [6] Rice’s part in That’s It That’s All, which included the first ever triple cork 1260, heavily influenced his sweep at the Transworld Magazine Rider’s Poll. He won Rider of the Year, Video Part of the Year, Standout of the Year, and Readers’ Choice award. [7]

His sponsors are Quiksilver, LIB Technologies, DC Shoes, RedBull Energy Drink, Bluebird Wax, REMIND INSOLES, and Grenade Gloves.

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