His debut with the team took place on March 15, 2008.Here he qualified to the finals by defeating Erick Vallejo of Mexico.I was one of 10 women seeded to race at the X Games, which is a pretty prestigious little thing, and I had to sit and watch!Photo by Sean Cliver Does it ease the pain to know that you’re traveling the world with the rest of the “Nitro Circus” crew, being on the road with your best friends?We’ve become this family that just travel saround and does stunts. We’re now counting down to the second leg of our North American tour in weeks, not months, so we hope that 20-plus cities across the U. But none of that anticipation got in the way of us having a blast this week. Check out these things: Jolene Van Vugt has clearly made her mark on the world of FMX as one of the most decorated members of the Nitro Circus Crew.
He dubbed the bike the RM-Zilla, a name born on Instagram where Pastrana posted a picture of the bike and the quote "I see your 450 and raise you a 500." However, Pastrana was eliminated early on in the bracket and James Stewart Jr. On February 27, 2008, the Asociación de Motociclismo de Puerto Rico (Motorcycling Association of Puerto Rico) provided him with a license to represent the island, which was accepted by the Unión Latinoamericana de Motociclismo, the relevant sanctioning body in Latin America.
Pastrana has always raced and competed on Suzuki motorcycles, and remains fiercely loyal to the brand. All of his motorcycles and rally cars carry the number 199.
He even sponsored a Monster Jam truck called Pastrana 199 and Nitro Circus, after the show on MTV.
We have one of the craziest, most unique jobs that exist, and we kind of just created it for ourselves.
We’re just a bunch of people who are close-knit and very lucky.