Patrick Stephens Death – RIP | Rider Patrick Stephens Obituary | Cause of Death

Patrick Stephens Death – Patrick Stephens who was a well known motorcycle stunt rider from Arlington, TX has sadly passed away.

Patrick Stephens is well known for his motorcycle stunts, Captain America, and his fame around town regarding his nickname, the “Hucklebuck”, Patrick has thrilled audiences from coast to coast. With his mechanic, Joey, helping to make sure things run smoothly at each show, Patrick Stephens ventures out to thrill the crowds to crazy motorcycle stunt shows that have to be seen to be believed.

Patrick Stephens’s demise was made known to us through various tributes posted across the social media.

Dear Stephens Family and friends of Patrick, I can’t imagine the terrible loss you must feel at the death of your loved one. Patrickโ€™s life was a blessing to all who had the privilege of knowing him. So bright and active was Patrick Stephens Rider, talented and friendly to everyone. May the outpouring of sympathy, the kind acts of friends and the comfort in knowing that your loss is felt by many help you through this difficult time. I ask for God’s blessings on you and your wonderful family. Yours In Peace, #restinheavenpatrick
-Nune – Nune wrote on Facebook

Patrick Stephens / Patrick Stephens Rider / Patrick Stephens

Not many people know this, but he was my first ever paying client for photography. Just like every other rider in DFW, we would make our way to the latest location for Pat’s bike nights. In 2008 it was at Hot Rods & Hogs. I snagged my camera and was excited to see some action.

After a full afternoon of shooting, Pat came up to me and offered to feed me and get me some drinks. He then asked if he could get the shots from that day. I said I can get them burned to a CD and over to him ASAP. He then haded me a chunk of cash and thanked me.

This pretty much became the same routine at every event I covered that he attended.

But what does this all mean? After years of continuing my path with photo and video, it has been made even clearer. He was a showman and knew the value us shooter brought to him. But most importantly, he respected us.

Pat is not the kind of guy you bring to church with you, unless you wanted to be struck by lightning. But he was always real and never changed. He loved the spotlight, but always wanted to bring his friends and strangers along for the ride.

The bottom line is I can say this without any hesitation, he is one of the few I know, that lived life to the fullest. – Piotr wrote on Facebook.

We lost an OG in the stuntriding world.
A true pioneer.
If you ever met Patrick Stephens, then you know he lived life to the fullest! Uncle Hucklebuck was as wild as they come.
From stunts, porn, comedy, Patrick was a man of many talents.
Rest easy old friend, although I think the party will keep going up there ๐Ÿค™๐Ÿผ – Rodney wrote on Facebook

You canโ€™t prepare for loss you can only endure! The stunt community lost a great one, Iโ€™m happy I had the chance to do an event with this OG over the summer, but still trying to realize that heโ€™s gone, RIP my man 20 plus years of friendship, till we meet again ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ Patrick Stephens ๐Ÿ’” – Jason wrote on Facebook.

Patty Cakes ๐Ÿ˜ญ It breaks my heart to hear that you were taken so unexpectedly ๐Ÿ’” Your memory will never leave us and live long in our hearts ๐Ÿ’™ Hard to forget someone who gave us so much to rememberโฃ๏ธEspecially that laugh of yours
๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿค๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿค๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ˜ข will miss you tons friend
R.I.P Patrick Stephens #hucklebuck – Karie wrote on Facebook

*R-I-P* Patrick Stephens What a true icon for the stunt riding community! We first met in 2004 at Starboyz StuntFest – Back when I say comps were actually fun. Everyone just had fun and didn’t take it so serious, we congratulated each other vs nit picking runs and etc… This guy never changed, pushed the envelope, a true entertainer, and a humble dude all in one while on one. His passion for riding, enjoying life, and teaching/coaching others is something that will truly be missed and a tragedy for society.

I am honored to say that I have known this man and shared some of my fondest memories. I have always envied his tenacity to keep pushing forward and just be whom you feel you were meant to be.

Thanks for being an inspiration and showing us what it’s like to truly live your life.

Chuck wrote on Facebook


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