• Jay Leno gets a taste of Travis Pastrana’s craziness

    Jay Leno hosting Travis in "The Tonight Show"
  • Travis Pastrana hosting Jay in "The Nitro Circus"

Sits on a recliner and has bikes jumping over his head

A professional motocross racer, 17-time X Games winner, world record distant jumper, and the list goes on. Having so many tags behind his name, Travis Pastrana is undoubtedly the crazies daredevil there is out there. He has already had 32 surgeries and is still earning to get onto his bike every single time.

Jay Leno, the host of "The Tonight Show" back in his days, had the 15-year-old Travis on his show just when the stuntman had turned Pro. Now, after a decade, both meet at Travis’s own show: The Nitro Circus.

Leno is going to participate in one of the crazy stunts happening at the Nitro Circus and it is a huge deal.

"At the end of the day, you can go as high as you want, as far as you want, and when you reach the limit, you find a way to build the ramp bigger and go even higher."

So this is how Travis Pastrana lives his life every single day. And when Jay Leno walks into this life, he is calling in for danger. Leno will have the whole crew of Nitro Circus perform consecutive jumps over him from one ramp to the other.

Jay Leno gets a taste of Travis Pastrana's craziness Screenshots / Gameplay
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All Leno will have to do is, sit back on a recliner chair, take a sip of his favorite drink and watch these jumpers go over his head right in front of him. And if everything goes right, Jay will be able to finish his drink.

Sagar Patil
Sagar Patil
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Over the years, a deeper conscience of machines moving body and soul has given him a crisp grasp over the concepts of motorcycling. A sucker for details and common sense, he loves getting his hands dirty every once in a while. His love affair with motorcycles ushers in the specialist skillset making Sagar our go-to expert for everything on two-wheels.  Read full bio
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