Robbie Knievel, child of unbelievable stand-in Evel Knievel, has passed on at 60 years old, his sibling, Kelly Knievel told CBS News on Friday.
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Robbie Knievel passed on from pancreatic disease after being in hospice for three days.
“It was normal,” his sibling told CBS News. “He was in Reno with his three little girls close by.”
Known as “Kaptain Robbie Knievel,” Robbie Knievel had his adrenaline junkie profession with 350 leaps and 20 world records, as per his memoir on his authority site.
Knievel was hitched once and separated, his sibling said.
“Adrenaline junkies don’t carry on with simple lives,” his sibling said. “In any case, it’s their specialty.”
Kelly Knievel said his sibling ought to be associated with what he excelled at.
“He was an extraordinary thrill seeker,” he said. “Assuming you see his leaps, that is the thing he ought to be known for. It’s what he adored doing.”
Evel Knievel kicked the bucket in 2007 at 69 years old following quite a while of combating diabetes and pneumonic fibrosis.