Motocrosser, stunt rider, rally nut, Nitro Circus head honcho and all-around eXtReMe guy Travis Pastrana just landed a truly insane stunt: a 75-foot backflip jump between two un-moored barges in the River Thames. Any slight gust of wind could have moved the barges and ruined the landing, making this a tad insane to…
This might be the gnarliest thing that Travis Pastrana has ever done. The Mount Washington Hillclimb runs up one of the steepest, narrowest, bumpiest roads in the country, next to thousand foot drops. Pastrana broke his own record with a 5:44 run, half off the mountain itself.
Here’s a fun little sneaky trick to pull on someone that you just have to beat in a friendly karting competition.
The original On Any Sunday from 1971 was a masterpiece. How else can you explain a movie about motorcycles getting an Academy Award nomination? Four decades later, we're finally getting a sequel, and it might have a shot at topping its predecessor.
Travis Pastrana's listed age is 30. His listed birth year is 1983. If you have ever met, seen, spoke to, or shared a communal space with Travis Pastrana, you might find these two statements hard to believe.
Sound the alarm: action sports' leading renaissance man is making his return to Red Bull Global Rallycross later this month in Los Angeles.
What's it like to face possible death and frequent injury? We'll get some insight into that when Nitro Circus 3D: The Movie premieres this week, but in the meantime we have broken bone enthusiasts Travis Pastrana and Jolene Van Vugt for the next hour, live, in Kinja answering your questions about anything.
It looks like Gymkhana 5 is finally here, with all the San Francisco-shredding goodness we expected. Jump drifts? Check. Cable car drifts? Check. Travis Pastrana drifts? Check.
Rallycross takes competition rally cars, adds a ton of power, and puts them in wheel-to-wheel racing. It is a videogame come to life. Thus we're excited to see SRT Motorsport's new 600-horsepower, four-wheel-drive rallycross Dodge Dart in the flesh and with Travis Pastrana at the wheel.
If you're ever invited to watch the X Games do yourself a favor and skip the events and just watch them on television. If you're ever invited to an X Games party do yourself a favor and suck down a lot of energy drinks so you can enjoy as many of them as possible.
Rally/motocross star Travis Pastrana was set to make his big debut in the left-turn-only world of Nascar on Saturday — until he broke two bones attempting a massive jump at ESPN's X-Games Thursday night. Maybe the motorcycle got jealous.
Travis Pastrana's debuted his new Subaru WRX livery for the upcoming X-Games by taking a shot directly at Ken Block, AARP style.
Within 24 hours Travis Pastrana managed to crash his Toyota twice in his NASCAR debut in Phoenix. He then traveled to Missouri to wreck Colin McRae's X Games-winning Subaru in the 100 Acre Wood Rally by rolling it three times.
Rally champ and hoon king Travis Pastrana left the Subaru team today to drive for Michael Waltrip's NASCAR team in the Nationwide Series. What, too many right turns in rally?
Rally America, I mean RallyCar, is holding its second rally-cross session this weekend at New Jersey Motorsports Park. If you make it over there, tell the guys at Subaru that next time we'd like less melodramatic music.