This is amazing! Dustin Lee is back with another creative videoe that’s bound to get you stoked. During a recent trip to Woodward East, Dustin decided to pay tribute to Dave Mirra by recreating his original video game and riding as Slim Jim Guy. The video features the same style graphics, trick names, music and more that does a great job of recreating what the game was like. If you ever played Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX, you definitely need to check this out!
Dustin Lee dropped his latest video / Vlog, and the title did a great job of catching our attention. Brian Foster stopped by the Merritt warehouse to presumably dial in his bike with some new parts and catch a session on the warehouse ramps. Here’s a video giving you a look at what went down! The Brian Foster footage is from about 1:45 – 2:45 mark in the video. After that, Dustin catches an indoor session with Montana Ricky and a few others. Take a look!
This past summer the T-Rex attacked during a jam in New York City, and now it looks like he has decided to head south to Woodward East to tear the ramps apart! Dustin Lee once again making us laugh and having a ton of fun on his bike. If you’re just here for the T-Rex, skip to 3:20 and enjoy the show, haha.
Dustin Lee coming through with some serious GOLD if you’re a Seinfeld fan. Dustin dialed in a George Costanza costume and proceeded to go out and slay street spots and skateparks around New York… and participate in some other George-esque things. This should crack you up if you watch the show.
“In a world where Seinfeld and BMX co-existed, the following presentation is what our universe would be like if George Costanza rode BMX.
Instrumentals: Believe It or Not (In the Style of Joey Scarbury) (Greatest American Hero) (Karaoke Version) (Various Artists – Topic)”
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Easter is a pretty chill day… There’s not a ton of businesses open and most likely your friends are stuck hanging with the family instead of riding. That’s why Merritt‘s Dustin Lee pulled out the flat rail and got a solo session in. Check out a few raw clips giving you a look at what he came up with.
Here’s Dustin Lee, Kevin Keller and Garret Hoogerhyde’s section from Animal “Don’t Quit Your Day Job 2” video.