Kevin was recently featured on the news in his hometown of Providence, RI. He’s trying to make things better for the kids where he grew up and is doing a great job at it. Take a look below.
For a limited time we are giving away these custom Doug Henry Die-Cut Stickers. Every purchase gets a sticker that are over 5″ across. These will only be available for a limited time and only with a purchase of HEAL Clothing.
The K-Rob Foundation is hosting their 2nd Annual Ride With K-Rob Day in Providence, RI on May 20, 2012. Check their facebook and website for more info on this amazing event. HEAL will be there as a vendor and look forward to seeing a lot of new people this year.
If you follow either K-Rob or Scotty Cranmer on twitter, you would have scene some trash talking between the two regarding the recent Superbowl. With Kevin being from the state of RI, he obviously is a Patriots fan. Scotty being a Jersey resident, was going for the Giants. Since both are good friends and good […]
Road 2 Recovery is helping collect donations for Ryan Morais after his injuries sustained at the Los Angeles Supercross. Go to this link to find out how you can help. http://www.road2recovery.com/newsdetails.asp?ID=340 Everyone at HEAL wishes Ryan a speedy recovery.
Looking for a fun and easy way to win some cool prizes this holiday season? If so, Kevin Robinson (K-Rob) is doing a Christmas Extravaganza Giveaway on Twitter. By following K-Rob (twitter handle @KrobBMX) you’ll find out how to win a prize pack full of HEAL apparel, Red Bull, Hoffman Bikes Swag, and tons of […]
So, as most have probably noticed, things have been a little quiet from the HEAL website, facebook page, and twitter account.Â This is not because HEAL doesnâ€™t exist anymore, but because things have just been a little distracted for the time being. I started HEAL in late 2008 with a couple credit cards and extra […]
Here is the press release for Doug Henry’s wrap up to racing at the Extremity Games 6! Doug Henry Smiling Big! Torrington, Conn. â€“ After rolling away with a 1st place finish in the combined adaptive event and a 2nd place in the limb difference adaptive event, Doug Henry could do nothing but smile withÂ his […]