At the age of 14 Jolene was given the ultimatum to either practice, race and take motocross seriously or give it up for good.With little thought the path she chose would define the rest of her life.Everyone from Danny Way, who was preparing for the Great Wall of China jump, to all the top guys would come to my house to learn the new tricks.At the time, it was a new thing that no one else had access to, so we filmed everything. We got a big following really quickly, and we had a lot of fun with it.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.Lyn-Z: I made my mom a little onesie that said, "Gramma's bundle of joy." Our friend Cam Mc Caul, who's a mountain biker on the Nitro tour, and his wife, Bonnie, made the cutest announcement when she got pregnant, so then I had to start thinking of ideas for ours. When I was in kindergarten, during spring break, I would go to the school and help with the little kids. But then they were all really excited once we told them. That would be the meanest thing possible to do to your child. There's a theory in motorsports that having children slows drivers down. Travis: I think you have to take a certain amount of risk to live and that is something I want to pass down.
A year and a half later, Travis, 29, and Lyn-Z Pastrana, 23, have cooked up a stunt that makes that night look like child's play: They're going to become parents. Travis: We were in Mexico with Andy [Bell] and Jolene [Van Vugt] when Lyn-Z was like, "Um … Lyn-Z: After Mexico, I flew to San Diego and he flew to North Carolina to do a press day announcing his partnership with Roush. I don't want our kid to ride." Then he gets over it a few minutes later. Lyn-Z: We're both big on being respectful and truthful and we want our kids to be independent. It's good he's planning to do that instead of waiting until the baby, as he puts it, is "sturdy." Have you talked about names yet? Travis: Lyn-Z -- I mean, she spells her name with a dash -- she likes cool names. If she has one one-hundredth of the awesomeness his grandma had, we'll be psyched.In their first interview since announcing their news, Travis (who's currently with his NASCAR Nationwide Series race team in North Carolina) and Lyn-Z (who's at home in Carlsbad, Calif.) talked baby names, diaper changes and how their lives will change once they welcome a new little bundle of chaos into the world. I'm a little bit late." We kept joking, "Better late than pregnant! I woke up early and couldn't wait to take the test, but I had to wait all day for him to be able to talk on the phone. Lyn-Z: It'll be such a joy to see this little being grow and develop. Where does "having a baby" rank on the scale of scary things you've done in your life? He was like, "It's going to change your life." It's been amazing how many friends have called up genuinely excited for us. He supported me, but the second I didn't show interest in something, he was like, "Great! Lyn-Z: My mom and dad supported me in anything I wanted to do. Travis: Lyn-Z will be the go-getter, getting them on bikes and boards early. Lyn-Z is good at conventional sports, but I never learned how to throw. It will be interesting to see what path they choose. We want to give them the opportunity to learn things on their own without forcing it. I was doing laundry at 6 and packing my own lunches for preschool. I don't want my kid going to college not knowing how to do laundry … Travis thinks if we have a girl first, we should stop. I think it's cool to name your kid after influential people in your life.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.By nationality he is a Canadian and his ethnicity is white. Accounting his career highlights and accomplishments, since 2003, he has been perfect in her career and bags several awards and rewards, in the year 2008; she was the first woman who makes a Guinness World Record to back flip a dirt bike.He is very professional and has a successful future ahead.Jolene Van Vugt is one of the professional names in the sports world, she is extremely professional in her game, she is the first CMRC Women’s Canadian Motocross National Champion, first female to back flip a full sized dirt bike and also a holds a Guinness World Records, and co stars of several motocross stunts and videos. Talking about his early life and career, he also has siblings, from his childhood, she was passionate about biking, racing and driving, at the age of 11, she induced her father to bike her dirt bike, and after that she decided that motocross is her goal, because she was passionate about biking, racing and stunts. V shows name Nitro Circus, in the year 2012; she performed Catwoman’s driving stunts in the movie The Dark Knight Rises.