I have a problem with guys “retiring” from BMX. No one should stop riding right? When we’re talking about dudes who have competed for decades, destroyed their bodies, have a family, are sick of traveling, and just don’t have the drive or physical ability to push it on the competitive level anymore, I get it, but it still sucks to see. I guess I take comfort knowing that most guys who retire from competition will most likely still be riding--just not in the spotlight and all on their own terms. K-Rob has no doubt paid his dues time and time again and contributed heavily to the progression of BMX. It hurts knowing we won’t see him no-hand flairing to the moon at contests anymore, but I can’t imagine he’ll hang his bike up for good, pretty sure he’ll be blasting airs for many more years to come wherever and whenever he feels like it. Good farewell interview/edit from ESPN…