Here’s a fresh one from Colony‘s Canadian connect, Brandon Van Dulken, getting some riding time in at his local parks. This dude is definitely a shredder. Also… We’re currently working on an interview with him so expect that out soon! Until then… Hit that play button!
Colony dropped this new video featuring footage of Brandon Van Dulken absolutely slaying street, parks and trails up in Canada last summer. There’s definitely a little bit of everything in this so I’d advise you take a peek! Real good watch.
Filmed by Shawn Duffield.
Edited by Shawn Duffield.
Song: We all know the way’ by The Builders and the Butchers.
Colony‘s Brandon Van Dulken gives you a run through of the Guardian fork and then proceeds to show you how to properly ride these things. Take a peek!
“Full heat-treated CrMo forks.
Single butted tapered forks legs.
Full CNC machined one-piece steerer tube.
Built-in bearing race.
6mm thick drop outs with CNC detail.
Oversized blowholes inside steerer tube.
3/8″ axle slots only.
30mm offset for easier nose wheelies.
Available with or without brake mounts.
Weight 862 grams (1.90lbs)”
Here’s Colony‘s latest Ten clips edit featuring their Canadian connect Brandon Van Dulken getting a session in at the Queensborough Skatepark. Check out what he came up with.
Filmed and Edited by Shawn Duffield.
My Boy Builds Coffins (Instrumental) – Florence & The Machine
Make your way over to the Colony site to check out their Canadian shredder, Brandon Van Dulken’s fresh setup. Looks super clean.
Killemall Distribution sent Brandon Van Dulken, Jason Teet, Dylan King and “Dirty Dave” Myers on a trip to Kamloops, British Columbia to do some riding and a demo at the Faction skatepark. Here’s some footage of what looks like a damn good trip. Tons of good riding in this.
Filmed and edited by Surrey Steve.