that sounds like it could be quite the achievement. its either fame or death. i dont think its worth it personally. it would be cool for like a month then everybody will just forget about it. so id say just screw it and keep doing what he is doing.
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In the heart of New York City on Thursday, June 12 live at 8 p.m. ET, BMX legend Kevin Robinson will attempt to soar into the world record books by clearing the height of a six-story building on a BMX bike. The winner of seven X Games medals, including three gold, Robinson will make his attempt on a first of its kind 27-foot super quarter-pipe with a 60- foot high roll in. The current record of 26 ½ feet is held by BMX pioneer Mat Hoffman. Hoffman first set the record in 1992 by being towed into a 21-foot-high ramp and aired 23 feet above the ramp – putting him 44 feet above the ground. Hoffman has since improved on that record several times where the current mark stands at 26 ½ feet above a 24-foot ramp.
"I've always been attracted to big ramps," says Robinson, 36, who won gold last year in the Big Air competition at X Games. Robinson’s dedicating the attempt to Hoffman, the godfather of BMX stunt jumping. "I'm keeping it in the family," he says. Robinson has been sponsored by Hoffman Bikes for 15 years