Addy Pastrana may be just shy of her first birthday, but she recently completed her first North American tour with the Nitro Circus crew and also made the scene at X Games Austin. She's now prepping for her next adventure: big sister.
"Look out world there is another baby Pastrana on the way!" Lyn-z Adams Hawkins Pastrana announced on social media on Tuesday, along with a photo of a new blue addition to the family helmet wall, next to Addy's pink bike helmet, mom's purple skateboard helmet and Travis Pastrana's full-face Red Bull motocross helmet.
Ready to start making predictions for X Games Class 2030? The Pastranas have repeatedly said they won't be pressuring Addy to follow the family legacy, but X Games fans can't help but see the Pastrana progeny as action sports royalty. Lyn-z has eight X Games medals in Women's Skateboard Vert and Skateboard Park, three of them gold. Dad's tally is up to 17 X Games medals, 11 of them gold, including wins in RallyCross and Moto X Freestyle, Best Trick, and Speed & Style.
In June Addy was spotted at an X Games Austin pre-party at the iFLY indoor skydiving facility with her face smashed up against the wind tunnel, itching for her turn, and she can already claim having ridden both skateboards and dirt bikes before learning to walk. Big Wheel launches into the family foam pit can't be far behind.
The Pastranas are have a busy summer, but are vacationing in Hawaii this week before bringing Nitro Circus Live to Macao, August 9-10. The Rally America Championship resumes on August 31 with the New England Forest Rally, followed by the Ojibwe Forests Rally on October 12 and the Lake Superior Performance Rally on November 16. Pastrana has finished in second place in each of his first four events in the series and is currently ranked third overall, behind David Higgins and Dillon Von Way.
Not to mention a new baby to prepare for.