GoPro: Urban Snowboarding with Dan Brisse

Park City All Star Dan Brisse shows us how to setup and hit an epic roof gap off a custom made jump. Shot 100% on the HD HERO3+® camera from ‪GoPro.com. Music Courtesy of ExtremeMusic extrememusic.com

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February 19, 2013

Absinthe Films - Dan Brisse Rider Profile

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!

December 15, 2011

Dan Brisse Sessions the Quicksilver Jump

Dan Brisse sessions the Quicksilver jump while logging clips for the edit running right now on TWS.

December 10, 2011

Updates from the Park

Daily updates from the I Ride Park City team filming and getting it done in the park.

December 04, 2011

Cobra Dogs Grand Opening Party

This Saturday Cobra Dogs threw a huge grand opening party with DJ Matty Mo from Skullcandy, All Stars signing autographs, sunshine, hot dogs, smiles and beer.

July 10, 2011

Behind the Scenes: Early Season Edits

Go behind the scenes of filming for "I Ride Park City" in the 2010-2011 season with Stevie Bell, Sage Kotsenburg, Dan Brisse, Louie Vito, Aaron Biittner, Shaun White, Scott Stevens, and Bode Merrill.

October 20, 2010

Dan Brisse TWS Cover

Dan Brisse earns the November cover of Transworld Snowboarding with the "Gap of Death."

August 5, 2010

Dan Brisse Summer Camp Full Part

If you're not on the Dan Brisse bandwagon yet, you better jump on and hang on for a wild ride. Dan Brisse straight kills and that's why he's one of our All Stars.

December 3, 2009

PC News - Vids, New Terrain, PayDay Park Revamp

Early season brings constant change to the mountain. While our snowfall so far this season has been what we're calling "localized" thanks to our snowguns and snowmakers, there is a storm in the forecast.