The Chilling Spree crew just dropped this new mix of footage they had featuring Riley McMaster, Carl Arnett, Drew Morton, Logan Mane, Brandon Van Dulken, James Dean and Jordan Hango getting down on some of their local street spots. This has a pretty chill vibe, but there’s plenty of gold in it!
The new Eye Sore is here and it features a good mix of Canadian’s and a few faces from the U.K putting in work on the streets! Not sure what kind of store is opening in Vancouver, but I can tell you this is worth a look!
“To celebrate the opening of our store in Downtown Vancouver we hijacked the Eye Sore series and dropped a Vancouver special.
Riders: Wozzy, Andrew Schubert, Greg Flag, Matt Dessen, Brad Hill, Marv, Orlando, Jeff Evans, Andrew Gobbo, Aaron Cheng, Carl Arnett and Jordan Hango”
Damn! The crazy thing about BMX is that there’s a 50/50 chance on everything you do. Either you do it, or shit hits the fan. Carl Arnett sent himself down this huge ledge and the odds didn’t pan out so well!
“Carl Arnett goes for a hail mary of a ledge ride. Doesn’t quite make it, gets really lucky all things considering.
Filmed by Riley McMaster” – Chilling Spree
BMX houses are probably one of the best things in the world… A bunch of riders that live together only leads to ridiculous things and a lot of motivation to ride. Based on the description of this video it sounds like the Chillingspree guys keep a less reckless program going at the house, but they all absolutely crush it on a bike. Check their latest edit filled with goodness!
“450 Salsbury is an anomaly in the typical BMX house paradigm. Everyone has steady jobs, dialed bikes and the carpets always clean. With Jordan Hango, Jason Teet, Carl Arnett and Jordan Ross calling it home, it has long been a meet up spot to start pedaling from. A place to chill on the alley side stoop, and watch the adventures of lost minded characters. Or get buck nutty when the fire starts to burn.
Fire up the grill and enjoy this quick sizzling mixtape.
Filmed by Jordan Hango & Riley McMaster
Edited by Riley McMaster
Music by Huell Howser“