About Travis Rice:
Born: October 9, 1982
Hometown: Jackson Hole, WY
Resides: Jackson Hole, WY
Height/Weight: 5'10" / 172 lbs.
Riding InfoHome Mountain: Jackson Hole, WY
Angles: Front +15, back -9
Travis Rice Career Highlights:
Rice is a three-time Winter-X Games medalist. He won a gold medal in the 2002 Slopestyle event, a bronze medal in the 2005 Slopestyle, and a gold medal in the 2009 Big Air competition.
Other Event Highlights:
Travis Rice: Pushing the Limits on a Snowboard:
When documentary filmmakers Kemp Curly and Kevin Harrison invited two of snowboarding's biggest young stars - Shaun White and Hannah Teter to test themselves in the Alaskan backcountry alongside the Godfather of snowboarding, Terje Hâkonsen, it was Rice who stole the show. Making a "guest appearance" in the film, Travis proceeded to slay everything in sight, from impossibly steep, exposed lines to backcountry booters and everything in between. Shaun White may rule the halfpipe, but even he readily admits that Travis Rice may be the most well-rounded snowboarder of his generation, an admission that makes it easy to understand why Travis was named one of the Top 20 Most Influential Riders of the Last 20 Years by Snowboarder Magazine in 2008.