Video Vault: Homeless Trash - Lee Sultemeier - 1993
"This dude was out to raise some hell, and his bike was the tool he used to do it."
17 Sep 2014
Filmed and edited by Dave Parrick
Original Dirt Brother Lee Sultemeier' from the 1993 video Homeless 'Trash'
"Lee Sultemeier's part in Trash is my all time favorite video part. This dude was out to raise some hell, and his bike was the tool he used to do it. His style was about as raw as you could get, usually riding without the aid of sleeves or a matching wheelset. Lee grinded every rail in sight, no matter how bad the kink was. He also hit massive stair gaps and wallrides, and the landing didn’t matter, in fact, the heavier on the front wheel, the better. This part includes the first up-rail that I’d ever seen and wallrides up stairs. Lee’s part uses a lot of slow motion and the loud crunchy riding audio gives it a really heavy feel. Lee rode with an aggression that I feel is unmatched to this day, BMX could use a few more riders with Lee’s “don’t give a fuck” attitude." - Stew Johnson
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