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Travis Pastrana: Freaky Freestyle

Travis Pastrana, #199. He is the world’s  best freestyle motocross rider. He has won championships and X Games gold metals medals in a lot of events like, super cross, motocross, freestyle motocross, rally, NASCAR. Travis been riding a dirt bike since he was 4 years old, and he is now 34 years old. He was born in 1983, Oct, 8. Travis likes to ride a Suzuki.

RISK TAKER, Travis risks getting hurt every time he gets on his bike. A lot of the tricks he does on his motorbike could be very dangerous if he doesn’t land the jumps right. Some of the types of racing that he does like motor cross, is outside and weather can make the race track slippery and cause accidents.

CONFIDENT, Travis shows his confidence every time he get on his bike to do a race. Going at speeds of 30 to 40 mph doing the motor cross jumps and planning out freestyle routines that he performs takes a lot of confidence. He also has to stay focused and memorizes the track.

ENTHUSIASTIC, Travis very interested in dirt biking, and a lot of motosports. He loves taking risks and tries doing things on a dirt bike that other people say can’t be done. Travis loves trying new things on his motor bike.

Travis Pastrana is a good role model and influence on young people that who want to learn how to ride. He gets out and helps young riders, and passes on his knowledge to fellow riders. I’d love to learn how to do some of the things he does. What a great rider!

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Tobogganing Fun

It finally snowed!!!  I got to go sledding on the weekend with my friend Jake.  We went to the school near his house where there is a good hill and snow jumps.  When I went I couldn’t feel my feet because I only had my running shoes on and my hands were freezing because I didn’t have any gloves – but it was still FUN!  It is early for the snow to come, so it is probably going to snow a lot this winter.  I want to build a big snow fort this winter if there is enough snow.

Comment your best sledding fail.