Here’s a bit of news we have a feeling won’t be a complete shock to some of you! Colony BMX have added Troy Harradine to their flow squad down in Australia. As many of you probably know, Troy keeps a consistent flow of real solid videos going and is always putting in work. Colony was stoked on it, and decided to add him to the squad. To celebrate, he built up a brand new Monash setup that you can take a closer look at over on the Colony Website now! Always stoked to see a deserving rider get the hook up!
Colony BMX have added flatland wizard Kio Hayakawa to their line up over in Japan! Here’s a welcome video to make it official that’s jam packed with crazy combos and links that will have you in awe. The amount of balance and control that Kio has makes it easy to see just why Colony picked him up. Hit play and take in some flatland goodness!
“We’re very stoked to officially welcome Kio Hayakawa to the Colony family. He has been riding for us for a little while now but it was time to release a welcome edit. Thank you to both Simon O’Brien and Stewart Munro for bringing it all together.
Here is to many years ahead with Colony and Kio with his magical brand of flatland.
Have fun, ride bikes!” – Colony BMX
Colony have released their new Venator cranks for those of you looking for a beefier set of BMX Cranks. These 22mm cranks have been in the works for 18 months now and start off with full chromoly crank arms that have a new welding technique that gives the arms a unique look that helps increase the overall strength. The hallow 22mm spindle is made from 4130 chromoly with 7075-T6 alloy spindle bolts to keep everything tight!
The Venator cranks from Colony are starting to land at BMX shops and mail-orders and come in ED Black and Chrome for colors with 165mm, 170mm and 175mm sizes!
What do you think of the cranks? Do you have any questions? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments below!
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Colony coming through with a fresh batch of Jayden Fuller clips that won’t be making it into his section for the new Colony DVD that’s currently cooking. Although these are “scraps” these are actually real solid riding clips from some of the park sessions he has been getting in. If some of these clips don’t make the cut, it’s safe to say Jayden is putting together a real good DVD part. Take a look!
“We’re currently filming for a Colony DVD and Jayden has already stacked some great footage. Enough that he kicked all these solid clips out of the “keep” list already.
Shot and cut by Cooper Brownlee.” – Colony
It’s pretty amazing seeing how doing something as simple as throwing on some front brakes can mix things up for a rider as far as tricks go. Colony‘s connect Paterico Fallico recently tossed some front brakes on his setup, and it looks like he had no trouble putting them to good use. Here’s some clips he stacked on Clint Millar‘s backyard mini ramp. If you’re looking for some technical ramp riding and some front brake magic, Paterico delivers.
“Paterico setup some front brakes last week and immediately came through with some crazy and clean moves.
Shot by Clint Millar & Jayden Fuller.
Cut by Cooper Brownlee.”