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He and his team of dirt-bike riding, high-flying, base-jumping thrill-seekers wowed an audience of thousands at the Wells Fargo Center (3601 S.Broad St.) - the first stop on their North American tour.During recent tryouts in California of the "slingshot," a new winch mechanism that enables performers on wheels to achieve high speed in little time going into a ramp, Van Vugt shattered her forehead, nose, eye socket, right arm and jaw.This week, she'll undergo full reconstruction of her orbital socket so that she can fully see again out of her left eye.Recently, he’s taken his show on the road with the non-stop, no hold barred tour that is Nitro Circus Live. Think more along the lines of over 40 riders in skate, BMX, freestyle motorcross, roller blades, and more performing stunts that defy the law of physics and make for an amazing live experience.While bringing the tour to Madison Square Garden for the first time, we chopped it up with Pastrana and got him to reveal the next record-breaking stunt he plans to land, what it’s like to finally bring the show to the states, and that one stunt he strongly recommends we don’t try at home.

For years, Jolene Van Vugt and Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins Pastrana have been the only female members of the "Nitro Circus Live," crew, but now there's a new little lady joining the mostly male cast on their North American tour. #addypastrana," "Nitro" Girl captioned the pic above.She attended Friday's show and came onstage - with a patch over her eye and her arm in a sling - to say hi to the audience at the beginning of the show. "Unfortunately, yes, part of our job does entail injury, some a little bit more extreme than others. "I'm addicted to what I do and I love what I do, so I will most definitely be back.On June 4, 2011, at a Nitro Circus Live show in Las Vegas, Travis Pastrana committed what he called his most daring stunt to date: He asked his then-girlfriend, skateboarder Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins, to marry him. Lyn-Z: Travis wakes up sometimes and says, "I just had a dream of a crash reel of my life on dirt bikes. Lyn-Z: People always hand babies to Travis in autograph lines and he doesn't know how to hold their neck. He wants to take a class to learn how to change a diaper and hold a baby's neck. Lyn-Z: If it's a girl, her middle name will be Ruth after Travis' grandma Ruth Pastrana.I finally texted him a photo of the positive test, but it was an hour before he saw his phone. And then there will be this kid and it's walking and talking and learning to high-five and play sports. Travis: The scariest things I do are when they involve other people, when I have responsibility over someone else. But it's a wild feeling thinking I will have responsibility over another human being. Travis: I didn't do a very good job of keeping it a secret. I just threw it into conversation and tried to throw people off. Travis: So many of my friends' wives are pregnant, and a lot of the Nitro guys have kids now. Lyn-Z: I've been talking about having kids in the next few years for a while. I played soccer, swimming, diving, gymnastics, basketball, Girl Scouts. I want to give our child the same opportunity and I hope they play traditional sports, and great if they want to ride a skateboard and BMX and moto. We agree on a lot of things about how we'll raise our child, but the main thing is, whatever floats their boat. What else are you looking forward to teaching your kids? Travis always looked up to Mat Hoffman, but his middle name is T and Travis doesn't like obscure, funky names.I am a little responsible for Lyn-Z, but she can take care of herself. We've been traveling so much that everything had to be over the phone. My dad -- if you know my dad, this will not be a surprise -- I told him and he was like, "Well, Lyn-Z always thought she wanted a kid. about the football pool." Lyn-Z: My mom was so excited. She's seen me love kids my whole life and be super maternal. A lot of friends had opinions and said we should wait. He deals with them all the time in autograph lines and sees kids get annoyed when no one spells their name right.

For years, Jolene Van Vugt and Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins Pastrana have been the only female members of the "Nitro Circus Live," crew, but now there's a new little lady joining the mostly male cast on their North American tour. #addypastrana," "Nitro" Girl captioned the pic above.

She attended Friday's show and came onstage - with a patch over her eye and her arm in a sling - to say hi to the audience at the beginning of the show. "Unfortunately, yes, part of our job does entail injury, some a little bit more extreme than others. "I'm addicted to what I do and I love what I do, so I will most definitely be back.

On June 4, 2011, at a Nitro Circus Live show in Las Vegas, Travis Pastrana committed what he called his most daring stunt to date: He asked his then-girlfriend, skateboarder Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins, to marry him. Lyn-Z: Travis wakes up sometimes and says, "I just had a dream of a crash reel of my life on dirt bikes. Lyn-Z: People always hand babies to Travis in autograph lines and he doesn't know how to hold their neck. He wants to take a class to learn how to change a diaper and hold a baby's neck. Lyn-Z: If it's a girl, her middle name will be Ruth after Travis' grandma Ruth Pastrana.

I finally texted him a photo of the positive test, but it was an hour before he saw his phone. And then there will be this kid and it's walking and talking and learning to high-five and play sports. Travis: The scariest things I do are when they involve other people, when I have responsibility over someone else. But it's a wild feeling thinking I will have responsibility over another human being. Travis: I didn't do a very good job of keeping it a secret. I just threw it into conversation and tried to throw people off. Travis: So many of my friends' wives are pregnant, and a lot of the Nitro guys have kids now. Lyn-Z: I've been talking about having kids in the next few years for a while. I played soccer, swimming, diving, gymnastics, basketball, Girl Scouts. I want to give our child the same opportunity and I hope they play traditional sports, and great if they want to ride a skateboard and BMX and moto. We agree on a lot of things about how we'll raise our child, but the main thing is, whatever floats their boat. What else are you looking forward to teaching your kids? Travis always looked up to Mat Hoffman, but his middle name is T and Travis doesn't like obscure, funky names.

I am a little responsible for Lyn-Z, but she can take care of herself. We've been traveling so much that everything had to be over the phone. My dad -- if you know my dad, this will not be a surprise -- I told him and he was like, "Well, Lyn-Z always thought she wanted a kid. about the football pool." Lyn-Z: My mom was so excited. She's seen me love kids my whole life and be super maternal. A lot of friends had opinions and said we should wait. He deals with them all the time in autograph lines and sees kids get annoyed when no one spells their name right.

Travis Pastrana and wife Lyn-Z's adorable daughter, Addy, has been traveling with the all-star athletes, and Auntie Jolene recently shared a snapshot that shows just how much Baby Addy has grown since we first met her back in September. Though Baby Pastrana was born this past Labor Day, she's clearly grown out of her newborn phase, and her beautiful features are already developing.