The X Games put together this great tribute video to Kevin Robinson who BMX lost last week…
This past weekend we found out that BMX had lost Kevin Robinson to a stroke. Since then, there’s been a massive amount of riders, friends, family and fans letting people know the impact that Kevin had on their lives whether they knew him personally or was inspired by his riding. The crew at the X Games have had a close relationship with Kevin for many years from his time as a professional athlete to his time as a commentator and analyst. The put together this great tribute video, as well as uploaded a number of other videos from Kevin for you to check out and remember the legend he was. Rest in Peace, Kevin. You won’t be forgotten.
“Following the death of X Games gold medalist Kevin Robinson, the “World of X Games” reflects on the life and influence of a true BMX legend.” – X Games
“Journey through the life and career of Kevin Robinson — the ultimate family man.”
“X Games BMX veteran Kevin Robinson emerged from retirement for K-Rob Flips Providence, setting a new world record for world’s longest power-assisted BMX backflip at 84 feet.”
“Kevin Robinson wins BMX Big Air gold at X Games Los Angeles 2009. This moment earned K-Rob his fourth gold medal at X Games. K-Rob now has 10 total X Games medals (4 gold, 6 bronze).”
“Kevin Robinson wins BMX Big Air gold at X Games Los Angeles 2007. This moment earned K-Rob his third gold medal at X Games.”
“The Science behind Kevin Robinson’s world record-breaking backflip in Providence, RI. K-Rob set a Guinness World Record of longest power-assisted backflip distance of 84 feet.”