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Travis Pastrana Signs Deal To Wear Nitro Circus Gear After Red Bull Pact Ends

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Motocross star Travis Pastrana has signed a three-year deal to exclusively wear Nitro Circus headgear and apparel at all appearances, replacing his former sponsor Red Bull after 10 years. Precise terms were not disclosed, but Nitro Circus CEO Mike Porra called it a “multi-million dollar per ye...

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