Going Outside Your Comfort Zone!

8 05 2016

TEDx Providence with Kevin Robinson @KRobBMX

Ten-time X Games Medalist and World Record Holder Kevin Robinson has used his 20 year professional bike career to create a platform to spread awareness about kindness, perseverance, and balance to people around the country. Whether spreading kindness through his non-profit organization, the K-Rob Foundation, or visiting schools to teach students the importance of following your dreams, Kevin delivers his high energy inspiration through real life stories of success and failure.

Today, Saturday April 9, 2016 TEDx Providence returned to The Columbus Theatre in Rhode Island. The Columbus hosts films, bands, community events, and plays in a beautiful historic setting with stained glass archways and painted murals. An awesome venue for these talks.

The TEDx Providence 2016 themes are Create, Innovate, and Play. This allday event featured exciting speakers, performers.

I am so happy I was able to see my friend Kevin at his best.

To learn more about Kevin Robinson follow him here:
Twitter: @KRobBMX – Twitter link: https://twitter.com/KRobBMX

Web site link: http://www.krobbmx.com/





A Wicked Ride – Wisdom to Youth Event

12 06 2013

Happy to help my friend Scott Moroney producer of A Wicked Ride ( http://awickedride.com )during the Wisdom to Youth ( http://krobevents.com/i/wisdom_to_youth/ ) event help on June 8, 2013. A film about BMX bike competition in New England in the 1980’s.
Here are a few photos from the day’s event.

Sponsored by RedBull

others: http://www.tablesandfables.com/2013/06/wisdom-to-youth-event/

#awickedride #bmxbikes #bmx #redbull #redbullbmx

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VPW – New England Freestyle BMX Bikes X Games 06242012

19 08 2012

Scott Moroney and Bruce Garber took Virtual Photo Walks to see the cavemen of trick bike riding hangout with old friends from some of the original crew that started this sport before it became what is known today as the X Games. We had a great day watching as these men showed us some of the tricks they invented as well as some great conversation.

This was a FUN event and we hope you enjoy watching it as much as our friends did.

Virtual Photo Walks, “Walk the walk for those that can’t”.

If you would like to get involved with Virtual Photo Walks or know someone that would benefit from this program. Please contact us at virtualphotowalks@gmail.com

Get involved today!

Thank you for watching and sharing.

Special Thank You to Rich Upjohn, Sonny Singh, Paul Delaiarro, Craig Valois, Rob LeClair, Mike Miller, Mike Fink, Rick MacDonald and Scott Moroney.

#VirtualPhotoWalks, #BMX, #Bikes, #X Games, #Tricks, #NewEngland, #FreeStyle, #FlatLand,

 








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