Stay Wild Wednesdays: Episode 5
Airblaster's webisode series came to visit us at I Ride Park City. Wild Wednesdays visited Parker Duke, during a shift at Cobra Dogs, and he took a ride break with Max Warbington!
Dan Brisse has completely changed the game of urban snowboarding conquering the heaviest rail and gap setups around with a calculated and precise approach. Brisse's "Always down" mentality resonates well with the rest of the Absinthe Films shred crew including Travis Rice, JP Solberg, Bode Merrill, and Nicolas Muller. There is nothing better than having a guy pumped to shovel jumps all day only to be equally excited to hit them!
The last and final jump in Kings Crown, 81 feet from lip to knuckle.
The step rail is brand new this season at Park City, currently set up at the top of Kings Crown.
One of the most prolific well-rounded riders apparent from his parts with Absinthe Films, his X Games Real Snow video parts, to hammers in the streets. Just listen to Travis Rice, JP Solberg and Romain de Marchi describing Bode's style and raw talent. Dan Brisse sums Bode up in describing his backside double-cork 1080 he threw down first try in Absinthe's Neverland.
Check out highlights from the Recon Tour at I Ride Park City on January 13, 2013 - from Monster Army.
Check out highlights from the Recon Tour at I Ride Park City on January 12, 2013 - from Monster Army.
The Skullcandy Stairset in 3 Kings features a 6" wide wooden down rail, a single barrel down rail and an 18" wide down box over metal stairs.
Featuring Andrew Holson, Dale Talkington, Tim McChesney, Tyler Barnes, and John Kutcher. Additional filming by Tom Wallisch, Mike McLeod, and Andrew Napier
The up-down candy cane jib up in Neff Land. Really sweet.
A look at the new triple line in 3 Kings, next to the Eagle Superpipe.