From Eleanor Houck, this link to a New Nitro Circus video with the description:
Travis Pastrana and the whole Nitro Circus crew are back together in a truly LEPICDARY (epic n’ legendary) action packed 3D film. Expect the impossible, ridiculous, insane, hysterical, and purely awesome!
That’s a sandwich portmanteau lepicdary.
In a sandwich portmanteau, one contributor is put inside the other, replacing some medial material in the second: L – EPIC – DARY has EPIC inserted within L – EGEN – DARY, replacing the EGEN of LEGENDARY. Note that EPIC and EGEN overlap (both phonologically and orthographically) in their initial E (phonologically an accented /ɛ/).
I’m not sure I’d have understood LEPICDARY right off the bat; it strikes me as a dubious portmanteau, along the lines of Innovatrium, womance, and twunk as discussed here.
In case you’re not familiar with Nitro Circus — I wasn’t — here’s the Wikipedia description:
Nitro Circus is an American television series that featured Travis Pastrana and his friends traveling around the world riding dirtbikes, base jumping, and performing stunts. It was originally run as a miniseries in 2006 on Fuel TV. In January 2009, it began running as an episodic reality television show on MTV that featured people performing various dangerous stunts.