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“He called Greenville, North Carolina home and was as humble a guy talking with kids on a street corner about bikes as he was in his element on the world stage. #diewithyourbootson.” He posted two other photos to Instagram around the time of his death, including one about the local high school and a picture of him with his wife, whom he called his “rock.” Mirra is second in history with 24 total medals at the X Games.Professional BMX’er Nigel Sylvester just released the second installment to his Go! As a kid the two dudes I looked up to most was Dave Mirra and Edwin De La Rosa, at that time I wanted to be just like them.Oh, and professionally beating FOX40's Gary Gelfand in a race.Mirra was found dead in the 200 block of Pinewood Road, cops said.His friend and fellow extreme sports pioneer Tony Hawk tweeted about his pal's passing."Goodbye Dave Mirra, a ture pioneer, icon and legend," the iconic pro skateboarder wrote Thursday night. Is there a pro BMX’er you watched growing up that you mimicked?On Instagram Wednesday, he posted a photo of himself boxing, along with the caption, “Fight to win! Mirra had retired from BMX, but had taken up Ironman triathlons.
We had the opportunity to catch up with Nigel and talk about Go! Explain the thrills you get when riding through the streets of Los Angeles on your bike? I’ve been traveling back and forth from NY to LA for the past 10 years so I have a good understanding of the city. , upcoming projects, his love for BMX, his Pyradice clothing brand and much more. Riding my bike is always a thrill no matter what city I’m in, it’s a constant adrenaline rush. I was so in love with it, mix that with the New York City mentality where people are constantly hustling and trying to make things happen, it just made sense to chase my dream of taking it all the way and turning pro.A local, award-winning BMX rider is quickly becoming a young prodigy.With over 15 years of BMX performances under their belts, the Division Stunt Team knows how to entertain and keep an audience on the edge of their seats.