BMX rider Pat Casey has died after an accident at a motocross track in San Diego. He was 29. Authorities said a man crashed his motorcycle on Tuesday afternoon while performing a jump on the ramps at the Slayground Motocross Park in Ramona.
According to reliable sources the rider who died at Slayground was Monster Energy BMX rider Pat Casey
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Pat Casey was an American BMX rider who achieved notable success. He won back-to-back X Games medals in 2012 and 2013, showcasing his exceptional skills and daring maneuvers.
Pat was recognized as the first rider to successfully execute the “decade backflip” and “double-decade backflip” in competition, leaving a lasting impact on the BMX world.
Casey’s talent and achievements were inspired by his father, who played a crucial role in introducing him to BMX by building small ramps.
The incident occurred as the rider attempted a jump at the private motocross facility near Sutherland Dam Road, east of Ramona.
Sadly, Pat could not successfully land the jump, causing the motorcycle to fall on top of them.