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Behind the Scenes
Click video to see some of the ‘behind the scenes’ action as Travis Pastrana prepares for his eventual 2009 New Year’s Eve Jump in Long Beach. Many of the clips are never seen before such and include: the crashed the car, the gnarly landings in practice, Travis’ first look at the catch fence and his suggestion that a double might be possible.
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On New Year’s Eve, action sports icon Travis Pastrana made history in Long Beach, ringing in 2010 with a bang. The four-time Rally America Champion and nine-time X Games Gold Medalist broke boundaries and accelerated himself in to the history books by accomplishing an amazing feat of skill and calculated risk at Red Bull: New Year. No Limits.
Minutes to Jump
Click video to see Travis Pastrana’s exclusive interview with UltimateMotorCycling.com just minutes before his 2009 Red Bull New Year’s Eve jump. Travis is about to attempt a rally car jump that will break the distance car jumping record.
New Year’s Eve Jump
Click video to watch with just a few hours left until Red Bull: New Year. No Limits goes live on ESPN, Travis is seeing the final setup of his takeoff and landing for the first time.
And he couldn’t stop himself from making just one last run up to the takeoff. This is as close of a look as you’ll get before seeing the jump live on New Year’s Eve.
Click video to watch Travis Pastrana and crew run through the final phase of practicing for his New Year’s Eve rally car jump. After starting with dirt-to-dirt jumps, the move to ramps was necessary for accurately reproducing the setup he’ll use when jumping over water.
This New Year’s Eve, action sports icon Travis Pastrana will star in Red Bull: New Year. No Limits., live on ESPN. Travis will attempt to shatter the world record for distance jumping in a car at the Pine Street Pier in Long Beach’s Rainbow Harbor.