Robbie Knievel had a $2 million net worth at the time of his passing. He was an American stunt artist.
Even entering kindergarten, he started jumping his bike, and by the second grade, he was doing motorbike stunts.
What did He do At The Age Of 8?
At age 8, he made his first significant public performance in a racing event at Madison Square Arena.
The majority of his leaps are executed on a Honda CR500 Motocross bike. His father used a Harley-Davidson XR750, a much heavier motorcycle, to perform numerous world-record leaps.
Twenty world records had been set by Robbie Knievel, many of which were seen on television.
On A&E, he also had his program, “Knievel’s Wild Ride.” He executed a 150-foot leap over a line of tractor-trailer trucks in October 2011.
He also ran Knievel’s Custom Cycles, a customized motorcycle store near Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, in parallel to touring.