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Travis Pastrana

Is there anyone in motorsports as mental as Travis Pastrana? Because there sure isn’t anyone more famous. The man who broke all the laws of physics by landing the double backflip is the embodiment of FMX madness. At the 2006 Summer X Games, Pastrana nailed the double back in his run and ran away with the Best Trick Gold in one of the greatest moments in X history. Over the past few years he’s earned numerous FMX and MX titles, and along the way he’s turned lots of people into fans of his multi-sport trickery. Add up the stats, but the craziest fact is that Travis is only a part-time moto rider.

He’s also a full time rally car racer as well as a stuntman, monster trucker, flat tracker, and more. Basically, if it’s got wheels, Pastrana will run it, wide open! In only his second season of rallying, he won the 2006 Rally America National Championship; the youngest title winner in American rally history. Pastrana dominated rally in 2006 driving his Subaru Impreza WRX STi as a member of the newly reincarnated and prestigious Subaru Rally Team USA. In 2007, he did it again, becoming the only rally driver in history to win the championship twice in a row.

As true agent of change in motorsports, Pastrana and DC are a perfect match; progression is everything.

Career Highlights
 2001 - ESPN Action Sports & Music Awards-Motocross Rider Of The Year
 2000 - AMA Rookie Of The Year
 1999 - Horizon Award; Best Amateur Motocross Rider
 
 Competition Highlights
 2007 – 1st Place, Red Bull X-Fighters, Madrid, Spain, Freestyle
 2007 – 1st Place, Red Bull X-Fighters Slane Castle, Dublin, Ireland, Freestyle
 2006 – Gold Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, CA, Best Trick
 2006 - Gold Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, CA, Freestyle
 2006 – 1st Place, Red Bull X-Fighters, Madrid, Spain, Freestyle
 2006 – 1st Place, Dew Tour, Portland, OR, Freestyle
 2006 – 1st Place, Dew Tour, Denver, CO, Freestyle
 2006 – 2nd Place, Dew Tour, Louisville, KY, Freestyle
 2006 – 3rd Place, Red Bull X-Fighters, Mexico City, MX, Freestyle
 2006 – 3rd Place Overall, Dew Tour, Freestyle
 2005 – Silver Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, CA, Best Trick
 2005 – Gold Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, CA, Freestyle
 2004 – 1st Place, Red Bull X-Fighters, Madrid, Spain, Freestyle
 2004 – Bronze Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, CA, Best Trick
 2004 – Silver Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, CA, Freestyle
 2003 – Gold Medal, X Games, Los Angeles, CA, Freestyle
 2003 – 2nd Place, Gravity Games, Cleveland, OH, Freestyle
 2002 – 1st Place, Gravity Games, Cleveland, OH, FXM Challenge
 2002 – 1st Place, Gravity Games, Cleveland, OH, Freestyle
 2001 – 1st Place, Gravity Games, Providence, RI, Freestyle
 2001 – 1st Place, AMA Supercross East Region Champion, Lites
 2001 – Silver Medal, X Games, Philadelphia, PA, Step Up
 2001 – Gold Medal, X Games, Philadelphia, PA, Freestyle
 2000 – 1st Place, National Motocross Champion, Lites
 2000 - 1st Place, St Louis Supercross, Lites
 2000 - 1st Place, Daytona Supercross, Lites
 2000: 1st Place, Motocross Des Nations, Team USA
 2000 – 1st Place, East/ West Supercross Shootout Champion
 2000 – Gold Medal, X Games, San Francisco, CA, Freestyle
 1999 – Gold Medal, X Games, San Francisco, CA, Freestyle
 1999 – 1st Place, Gravity Games, Providence, RI, Freestyle

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