// SUSAN LACKE
A troupe of homegrown daredevils go worldwide. Arriving at a row of modest, middle-class brick homes
Circus, a sports collective that bills itself as the “action sports entertainment company that delivers the biggest and best, mind-blowing cross-platform entertainment for daredevils and risk-taking wannabes in the spirit of fun, friendship and camaraderie.” The Nitro Circus’s stunt shows have won them fame, spawned two television series and drawn the sports collective accolades as an entertainment business model.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF NITRO CIRCUS
in Draper, I’m certain my GPS has led me wrong. Can this quiet suburban street be the base for the most famous family in action sports? As I check the address, a blur of movement registers in the corner of my eye. Motorcycles—lots of them—swarm down the street heading for a three-story ramp in a nearby empty lot. The GPS was right—this is definitely the home of Nitro
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