Robbie Knievel, daredevil son of motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel, dies at 60
American stuntman Robbie Knievel
who set records with daredevil motorcycle jumps following the tyre tracks of his thrill-seeking father
Robbie Knievel followed in his father's footsteps as a daredevil
Robbie completed several record-breaking jumps in his career
His brother said Robbie died with his three daughters by his side
"Daredevils don't live easy lives," Mr Knievel told The Associated Press.
"He was a great daredevil. People don't really understand how scary it is what my brother did."
As a boy, Robbie Knievel began on his bicycle to emulate his famous father, Evel Knievel, who died in 2007 in Clearwater, Florida.
But where Evel Knievel famously almost died from injuries when he crashed his Harley-Davidson
during a jump over the Caesars Palace fountains in Las Vegas in 1967,
Robbie completed the jump in 1989 using a specially designed Honda.