Carl Arnett Tag

28 Aug Atlantis BMX Vancouver 5 clip + 2

The dudes over at Atlantis Vancouver just dropped another promo for our contest which will be coming to an end this Monday. Ky Brisebois, Carl Arnett and Dave Scott throw some hammers all over this construction site.

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Including the infamous near death crash or Carl Arnett, 3/3 features a BMX Gallery Section, 3ride jam, Carl Arnett section, and tons more.

“A story 4 months and 20 000 km’s in the making. Recorded thru the lens of a dad cam and a DVX. Edited on a Macintosh computer.
Carl Arnett, Drew Morton, Riley Mcmaster, Thomas Arden, Quinn Nelson, Kyle Sketsch, Brandon Van Dulken, Jordan Hango, James Hummell, K-Mak, Dylan Thomas, Luke Santucci, Brad Hill, Brock Gandy, Tristan Hidildo, Logan Fudge, Teddy Eyob, Gage Ollenberger, Andrew Schubert, Matt Desson, Mike Carroll, James Dean, Mitchell Johnson, Grattin Cox, Ryan Hiebert, D-Block, Russell Blake, Carson Ash, Rob Diquattro, Andrew Gobbo, Sam Butcher, Alex Goode, Kai Powell, Adam Piatek, Owen Dawson, Chay Nelson, Chris Smith, Surrey Steve, Kyle Freeman, Dave Laliberte, Richard Gallant, The Moffat Man, Jeff Evans, Charlott Luise, Farnaz Masoodi, Carey Lorentz, Andy Mcgrath, Mat Ridgeway, Regan Miller, Taylor Elvy, Dave Scott, Joel Dykstra, Kyle White, Andrew King, Kam Horne, Ayla Wagner, Dave Butler, Jason Vawter, Logan Mane, Lyrus duh Dog, SF Clock Tower Locs and many more…
Filmed // Vancouver, Calgary, San Fransisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, Portland, Kelowna, Vegas, Medicine Hat, Port Alberni, Tofino, Grand Canyon, YellowStone, Whistler, Squamish and everywhere in-between.”

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23 Nov Wildwood Cycles – Jesse Hildebrandt


Most of us at some point or other have had the misfortune of discussing a BMX bike with someone who doesn’t ride. The typical “how does .25 of an inch make a difference?”. Whether it’s top tube, chain stays, head tube angle, stand over or other features, only dudes who actually ride BMX know that .25″ can make a huge difference on how your bike feels.

With every rider wanting their bike to feel a certain way, frame geometries have really changed over the years and vary much more today than ten years ago. With these changes, there’s been a growing demand for custom frames. Although it is a small group of riders who are willing to spend a bit more for exactly what they want, they are out there and take pride in riding a frame which is 100% the way they want it.

Jesse Hildebrandt is a Victoria, BC native who has been handcrafting beautiful bikes in his spare time for some time now. He has been running his own custom frame, the Day Moon, all summer. Jesse shreds so you know this thing is solid.


The frame features:
BB HEIGHT: 11.8″
REAR END: 13.4″
TOP TUBE: 20.75″

“Basically I based the geo off of angles I have always preferred, but decided to go with a taller stand over than anything readily available to the BMX market to be a bit unique. Honestly I almost didn’t even notice the height difference until I tried to hop it over some taller stuff but after getting used to it it feels amazing, it’s way more stable in the air and much more comfortable when sitting down. The frame weighs in at a hair over 4 pounds made of double butted supertherm tubing, with a mid BB, long taper head tube, curved seat and chain stay bridges, and bullet tipped 6mm drop outs”. Additional images can be seen here.
Jesse has been working on Carl Arnett’s frame (above) for the past little while and it also looks amazing.
Check the Wildwood Cycles site here check back soon for the Wildwood promo edit Jesse is currently working on and hit him up if you are looking for a Day Moon or custom Canadian made frame.
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17 Nov Eye Sore 11 – Vancouver Hijack

It appears the 11th iteration of the critically acclaimed Eye Sore series has been hijacked. The newly formed, Vancouver based shop Atlantis, has risen above the tides and hit up the streets. These hard Haida pirates will hijack any tanker, tugboat, or dingy in the Georgia Straight. Look out!

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11 Nov MacNeil X Wheelies Sick As Hell-O-Ween Jam 2014

“Huge thanks to all of the riders who came out to have some fun and get weird at our second annual Sick As Hell-O-Ween Jam at Railside park in Port Coquitlam. Everyone had a great time thanks to the weather and Wheelies BMX Shop for kicking in some additional obstacles and prizes. See you next year!”

Filmed and edited by Zach Rampen.

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24 Sep Carl Arnett – Welcome to Eclat

Carl Arnett is the kind of dude that you can’t not be stoked to see footage of. He has a timeless style, can ride everything well and has a smile on his face 99% of the time. Check out his welcome to Eclat edit filmed and edited wonderfully by Riley McMaster.

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