Kyle Hammack Death – All-dirt BMX bicycle track rider, Kyle “Hollywood” Hammack suddenly passed away on Sunday, 5th of June 2022. He died at a very young age of 15. His death was made known to the public through a statement from his family. “1/3 of my heart took his last breath today in tragedy. He is so loved by so many and will be missed more than words,” Christy Read Hammack said in a post. Kyle’s family had 15 years and 9 months of joy with him before his sudden death. Christy said someone will post details for those who want to “celebrate his life with us.” She also said Kyle was a legend and will never be forgotten.
Kyle Hammack, the 15-year-old boy was a special BMXer and a legend to the BMX community and family. His smile and laugh were contagious to many who come in contact with him. He finished his freshman year classes with a “master” on his end-of-course testing, he recovered from a major illness earlier this year, and he continues to improve with each big race on the track. More importantly, he never quits, he doesn’t let the fear of losing stop him or slow him down, and he consistently puts himself in situations that he knows will be difficult but will help him become a faster, better rider. Kyle achieves all of his goals because he has a winner’s heart and is dedicated to anything he sets his mind to.
The circumstances surrounding the cause of Kyle Hammack’s death were not mentioned in a statement shared on Facebook by Christy Read Hammack. “This is a great loss for our entire BMX family,” a post from Sand Springs BMX said. “Prayers for the many significantly impacted by the loss of this young man. Rest easy Kyle “Hollywood” Hammack. You are a legend and will never be forgotten! Fly high Hollywood.” Kyle was not traditional in any way, so in true Kyle fashion, he would want everyone to wear their jerseys (BMX or football), or wear something red. It was his favorite color.