Almost like a “blob” from summer camps?
Travis Pastrana: Yea, exactly, it’s about 40 feet by 60 feet, and 10 foot deep. But still, not totally safe. I mean, he hit the edge of the bag one time and got hurt pretty badly. A lot of us have have gotten injuries like concussions on the bag. A lot of people are like ‘Oh, if I had a bag I’d try this, and this...’ but, no, you wouldn’t.
It sounds like it’s still super dangerous...
TP: Well it's good if you land on your back, the problem is when you are learning these types of tricks, you land upside down a lot, and a 250 lb motorcycle can land on you. Or, if the bike lands first, it takes a lot of the air out of the cushion so you could go straight to the ground.
JS: Or if you land on your wheels, the plastic tightens, and if you are not quite straight, you get slapped down. And the bike would have pulled the plastic pretty tight at this point, so you’d be hitting quite a hard surface. You still have to be very careful.