Kourtney Kardashian's fiancé Travis Barker gifts her brother Rob an $800 bike for his 35th birthday

KOURTNEY Kardashian's fiancé Travis Barker gifted her brother Rob an $800 bike for his 35th birthday.

Rob turned 35 on Thursday when Travis gifted him the sleek ride.

Travis, 46, posted the bike on his Instagram story wishing Rob a happy birthday.

The sleek, black $800 bike came with a card signed by Travis and Kourtney, 42.

The card read: "Happy birthday, Rob! We love you!"

All of the Kardashians came through to celebrate Rob turning 35 on Thursday.

Kylie Jenner, 24, posted a photo of Rob's birthday cake.

The celebration was Batman-themed with tributes to the latest installment of the franchise.

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All of the Kardashians posted throwback photos and tribute posts to Rob for his birthday.

Kim gushed over her younger brother, sharing a photo of them as children.

The duo appeared to be riding a jet ski, with Rob sitting behind Kim on the machine.

Kim celebrated her brother with a moving tribute, which kicked off with: "I love you so much, Robbie! Happy birthday @robkardashianofficial Words can't even describe how special you are!"

Similarly, Khloe shared a series of old photos of her and Rob, along with a few videos.

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She praised him as "the best brother," adding in part, "I hope you know how dope you are."

Kris Jenner, Rob's mom, joined in on the fun, posting a series of throwbacks along with her own kind message that read in part: "I am beyond proud of you and I am so blessed that God chose me to be your mommy!!!"

Kourtney kept her praises to her Instagram story, re-sharing her siblings' posts.

Fans flooded the comments, with some wishing Rob a happy birthday and others focused on how different he looks.

One fan wrote: "Rob looks like kim."

Another commented on Kim's post: "He looks just like Mason here."

"What a handsome son you have," someone wrote on Kris' post.


Rob has a tendency to stay out of the spotlight like his sisters, but rather took a liking to business.

Rob has a degree from the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business, making him and Kourtney Kardashian the only family members with college degrees.

Even if these aren't his sisters' respective multi-million dollar brands, Rob's had various business ventures over the years that showcase his personality.

Rob launched his Grandeza Hot Sauce brand in 2020.

"So delicious, I'll be putting it on everything" mom Kris poured over Instagram at the time.

The sauce claims to be all-natural and organic, gluten and GMO free, and vegan-friendly according to its official website.

The description reads: “Created by an award winning chef, Grandeza hot sauce combines light tangy flavors with a touch of spice. Great for balancing rich meals or to simply add another dimension of flavor.” 

It's available online for a 2-pack at $11.99 or a 6-pack in saucy custom packaging at $34.99.

Another positive sign of growth is that Rob's sauce store features hoodies, tee, and sweatshirts ranging from $28 to $80.

In 2021, Rob's Instagram page noted that 7-Eleven was turning up the heat "across LA and Orange County," offering the sauces in-store.

"And it’s affordable!!!" one fan commented on the earnest offering.

In 2015, Rob dipped his toe – or entire foot – into retail clothing with a sock line.

Arthur George – the name is a combination of both Rob’s and his late father’s middle names – boasts cheeky socks that have bold words on the sole like "DILF,” “MILF,” and “HOT TAMALE.”

However, in 2018, Rob footed half of the company to mom Kris amid financial trouble.

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