#BREAKING: BMX Legend Dies at 45

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BMX legend Kevin Robinson has died in Rhode Island at the age of 45, due to a stroke. Robinson was currently working as an analyst for ESPN.

Kevin Robinson began his BMX career in the mid 1980s, eventually rising to win ten X Games medals. In 2016, he successfully attempted a Guinness World Record for longest power assisted bicycle backflip. The jump spanned 84-feet. Robinson is survived by wife Robin Adams Robinson and three children. (source) 6:38 p.m. ET December 9, 2017

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