Meet the Most Infamous Dirt Bike Rider in NYC

VICE travels to Queens to meet Leeky Da Bikestar, one of the most infamous figures in New York City’s bike life movement to find out how a kid from the south side of Queens is leading a country wide movement to create a sport from nothing and legitimize the use of illegal dirtbikes and atvs on city streets.

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  1. It's very telling that instead of auctioning off confiscated goods and donating the proceeds or donating the bikes to underprivileged kids who want to learn motocross they just spitefully destroy them and send them to a landfill.

  2. Aside from the fact it CAN endanger others lives if done recklessly.. I see there’s no problem here. Seems like a good dude. Idk what he does behind closed doors but he isn’t a criminal he just likes riding bikes and has no place to openly ride where he lives.

  3. I respect the riding i think its cool asf and I'm trying to get my dirt bike started up again. But the drinking while riding, nah. 50% of deaths happen while drunk. You don't drink. You have 50% more % to survive.

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