I like to think of Justin Sellers as the youngest of the old school guys around here. I grew up with his older brother Joe, and so when we would go ride, Justin would sometimes tag along. He was always an athletic kid and you could tell he was really talented, but I’m pretty sure no one really knew how good he was going to get. Then one day it was almost like he just said to himself “You know what? I’m going to go learn every mobe in the book.” And so that’s what he did. Then he learned them switch.
When it was all said and done, Justin really didn’t ride much at all while we were shooting No Name Losers. His part was probably made up of fewer than a dozen sets, most of which took place during the final two weeks leading up to the premiere at Riverfest. With that in mind, it’s pretty impressive how his part turned out; he’s got a few bangers in there along with some of the best overall shots in the movie. One of the coolest things about his part was the fact that he had a few good lines in there that showed how well he rode switch. I mean, it’s not every day that you see a guy do a KGB – Switch KGB or a Dum Dum – Switch Dum Dum back to back.
So in the spirit of No Name Leftovers, we’ve pulled together the following clips of Justin. It’s another pretty short video, but keep in mind that he’s goofy footed and you don’t see a single goofy-footed trick in the bunch. Now let that sink in for a minute; me personally, I would be pumped if I could do some of this stuff regular, let alone switch. So without further ado, I give you the last of the White Lake Rough Riders, Justin Clark Sellers.