Dave Mirra Net Worth: $15-million
Dave Michael “Dave” Mirra has been an American bike motocross athlete, rally car driver, as well as businessman. The mad athlete had an estimated net worth of $15 million. Dave turned pro in 1992. Then he won a trophy at each X Games trophy from 1995 to 2009. He failed to win a trophy just in 2006. His X-gamers entire career decoration was 24, that’s the 2nd most awards in the championship ‘s history.
Short Pants and Occupation
Dave began his career at age 13 in 1987 by linking Haro Bikes BMX team. After obtaining the fast realization, he appreciated coverage in movie manufacturers Plywood Hoods’ movies in 1988. Back in 1989, Vision Street Wear sponsored him.The gifted player subsequently acquired sponsored by GT Bicycles in 1991. Afterwards, he combined Hoffman Bikes at 1992. He retired out of BMX riding in 2011. Aside from BMX riding, he also had been busy as a rally/rallycross motorist in 2008 to 2013. Mirra had competed professionally for many years using all the Subaru Rally Team USA. Actually, Dave was also a part of this group that acquired the 2014 Race Across America four-person man (under 50) category. Along with riding, he’s hosted two seasons of MTV’s Actual World/Road Rules Challenge. He’s also featured at the Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX video game show combined with Colin McRae: Dirt 2. But Dave was enlisted in People Magazine’s 50 Hottest Bachelors record. Surprisingly, Mirra signed an endorsement deal with all DC Shoes at the mid-2000s. The BMX Hall of Famer is also the owner of the Bike Company called MirraCo (made in 20070. Most importantly, he also underwent his first triathlon in March 2013.
Dating and Departure
The most bizarre news broke that the net on February 4, 2016, once he had been discovered dead in a vehicle. From the accounts, the police said that the obvious self-inflicted gunshot wound murdered him Greenville, North Carolina. Mira was lived by his wife Lauren and 2 brothers.
So sad to hear the passing of legend Scott Weiland. Rip Scott https://t.co/8xic8EJQVu
— Dave Mirra (@davemirra) December 4, 2015