Trigger Gumm Death news has become Unfortunate news on the internet today. Trigger Gumm was well known for his amazing and heart-winning stunts. He had broken many records in his time. Apart from this, Trigger has also worked in many movies where he won thousands of hearts. His death news broke many hearts including those of his hundred of friends.No doubt Gumm was a legend and his legacy will carry on. With this article, we will enlighten more about his life and more information about his death.
Who is Trigger Gumm?
Trigger Gumm was an American-based Stunt man who is well known for his amazing stunt steps. In addition to being a Stunt man, Gumm had also worked in the movies like
Mind of the Demon (2009), Rally On (2011), Looped (2012), and Evel Knievel which was released in 2008. With his amazing motorcycle stunts, he won many hearts in his career. People like watching him and heart winning performance.
People often called him “motorcycle daredevil jumper,”. At the time of his sad demise, Gumm was around 50 years old. Although the actual date of birth remains unknown. Talking about his marital status, he got married to Erin Hill Gumm.
Trigger Gumm Accident
Trigger Gumm won many world records for his amazing performance in the world. He makes around five Guinness E-Book records for his name. He created history with 90 yards into the air and jumping 277.5 feet.
The information about Trigger Gumm’s Death was confirmed on June 24, 2022. The exact reason behind his sudden death remains unknown at this time.
SAFE RIDE Motocross reacted to the death “I lost a good friend and a hero to say the least. Trigger Gumm was one of the nicest people you could know. He was fearless. his insane jumps were big but his heart was bigger. 5 Guinness world record jumps. the support and ideas he offered for a safe ride.MX was amazing and the invite to California later in the year. I’m forever grateful. Gone but not forgotten R.i.p Trigg.”
Cause of Death
As of now, we can’t confirm any details about Trigger Gumm cause of death. The details are yet to be confirmed. His fan following on social media shares heartfelt tributes and condolence over the loss of a legend. Colin Morrison wrote on Facebook “R.I.P. to a good friend, childhood hero, The True #MetalMulisha OG, amazing father & straight up Legend Trigger Gumm. It was an honor being able to ride with somebody I looked up to as a kid and him being so nice always treating me like a little brother ever since I met him back in 96 at Castaic Lake MX track.”