Heath Frisby

Name: Heath Frisby
Age: 28
Home town: Caldwell, ID
Sponsors: Monster Energy, Ski-Doo, Slednecks, FLY, WPS, Oakley, SCS Vinyl Works, SCS Racing, SLYDOG Inc, Metzger Unlimited
Favorite place to ride: Valdez, AK
Birthday: May 4th, 1984
Birth place: Caldwell, ID
Height: 5'11"
Years Riding: Since he was 6 yrs old (20 Yrs)
Hobbies: Riding Dirt Bikes & Hangin' with a sick Bro Session
Best moment: "Whenever I am riding"
Favorite place: Traveling

From his days charging lines in the Idaho backcountry to being at the forefront of the growing sport of competitive snowcross, Heath Frisby's passion for pushing the limits of snowmobiling are unparalleled.

"Friz" has been a leader in the freestyle sled movement almost from its inception. Creative, audacious, and never afraid to go huge, he took X Games bronze in 2007 at the first-ever Winter X freestyle snowmobile event and followed up with bronze in 2008 and 2009. Whether he's contending for a podium, filming a DVD, or introducing new fans (even entire countries) to freestyle snowmobiling via the SCS Red Bull Sledstyle Demo Tour, the personable athlete is instrumental in the growing popularity of his sport.

As sponsors came on board, the FSX Freestyle Tour was born, and Heath finished the 2003 season in the number one spot. In 2004, he took multiple tour podiums, and in 2005 he dazzled crowds in Moscow (Russia, not Idaho) on his way to earning second place at the Red Bull Revolution on Machines. In 2005 he also took third place at Red Bull Fuel & Fury, a competition that would quite literally trip him up only one year later: Friz came home from the 2006 event not with a medal but with broken vertebrae. Hours of rehab made his comeback at the 2007 Winter X Games all the sweeter as he took Bronze. Heath went on to win Bronze in 2008 and 2009 Winter X-Games as well.

In 2009, Heath trained hard all summer and shredded the country with Freestyle Motocross shows in the USA & Canada. His training and showmanship paid off at the 2010 Winter X-Games as he nabbed Gold for Snowmobile Freestyle Best Trick. After an ambitious training schedule and a stronger-than-ever drive to win, Heath's set his sights for multiple medals at the 2011 Winter X-Games and nabbed a Silver & Bronze medal. Heath wanted to revolutionize the sport of Snowmobile Freestyle again by performing the 1st ever Front Flip on a Snowmobile during the 2012 Winter X-Games in Aspen, CO. This added another GOLD medal to Heath's collection of X-Games medals bringing this total medal count to seven total of his career.

Competition Summary (2002-2012)
2012 Comps
  • Winter X-Games Gold Medal for Snowmobile Freestyle Best Trick
2011 Comps
  • Winter X-Games Silver Medal for Snowmobile Speed & Style
  • Winter X-Games Bronze Medal for Snowmobile Best Trick
2010 Comps
  • Winter X-Games Gold Medal for Snowmobile Best Trick
2009 Comps
  • Winter X-Games Bronze Medal for Snowmobile Freestyle
2008 Comps
  • Winter X-Games Bronze Medal for Snowmobile Freestyle
2007 Comps
  • Winter X Games Bronze medalist SCS
  • 1st place West Yellowstone Invitational Sled Style
2006 Comps
  • 2nd Red Bull Revolution of the Machines Moscow Russia
2005 Comps
  • 3rd Red Bull Fuel & Fury
2004 FSX Tour Champion
  • 3rd place, Reno, NV
  • 5th place, Minneapolis, MN
  • 2nd place, Fairbanks, AK
  • 4th place, Anchorage, AK
  • 2nd place, Grand Rapids, MI
  • 1st place, Grand Forks, ND
  • 1st place, Boise, ID
  • 1st place, Albany, NY
  • 1st place, Salt Lake, UT
2003 FSX Tour Champion
  • 5th place, Anchorage, AK
  • 1st place, Boise, Id
  • 1st place, McCall, Id
  • 3rd place, Salt Lake City, Ut
  • 1st place, West Yellowstone, Wy
  • 5th place, Aspen, Co
  • 2nd Place, Red Bull/Slednecks Fuel and Fury, Jackson, Wy
  • 4th Place, Red Bull/Slednecks Fuel and Fury, Jackson, WY

Film Exposure/ Film Exposure (2004-2007)
  • Slednecks 7
  • 2SCS7
  • Rath Films
  • Slednecks 8
  • Fuel TV, Reno Comp
  • NBC, Red Bull Fuel & Fury
  • High Octane, Gravity Games
  • ESPN, Winter X Games

Television/ Film Exposure (2002-2003)
  • Slednecks 6 (Back Box Cover Photo)
  • Slednecks 5
  • Urban Sledfare, (Box Cover Photo!)
  • Alticity 3
  • Braaappp 3
  • Braaappp Braaappp
  • 2SCS 6 "Fo' Reel"
Television Exposure (2003)
  • 54321, Fox Sports Net, Red Bull/Slednecks Fuel and Fury Overview
  • Core Culture, TNT Sports, Red Bull/Slednecks Fuel and Fury Contest
  • High Octane, Fox Sports Net

Demos (2002-2006)
  • Billings, MT
  • Park City, UT
  • MT. Rose, NV
  • Grand Junction, CO
  • NYC, NY
  • Bozeman, MT
  • Gravity Games Copper MT, CO
  • X games
  • Bozeman, MT
  • Park City, UT
  • Copper Mountain, CO
  • Toronto, Canada
  • Detroit Supersnowcross
  • Fargo Supersnowcross
  • Grand Forks Supersnowcross
  • Minneapolis Metrodome Supersnowcross
  • Barrey, Ontario, Canada
  • Detroit Monster Jam, 68,000 attendance
  • Detroit Supersnowcross, 36,000 attendance
  • Fargo Supersnowcross, 20,000 attendance
  • Grand Forks Supersnowcross, 24,000 attendance
  • Minneapolis Metrodome Supersnowcross, 26,000 attendance

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