Colony‘s limited edition frames are done and enroute to Australia, France and the U.K. There are only 50 of these and they won’t be around long. There are 4 going to the U.K that you can get through Table Top Distribution. You can find all the specs and more on the Colony site.
Steve Crandall is one of those guys who I know is always having fun and getting into something. Obviously, he’s always on the go with FBM and contributing to plenty of projects like the Least Most. Steve recently took the crew on Megatour and it looked like a good time to catch up with the Crandaddy and see what’s new. Take a quick peek…
Name: Steve Crandall
Bits and pieces of the Colony Limited Edition frames that are being made by FBM have been popping up the last few months. They are getting close and shouldn’t be much longer. Australia and France will be the only ones getting these, but I feel like they will go fast so if you get the chance to get one, make moves fast.
A few months back it was announced that Colony would be doing a limited edition run of frames through FBM. 50 frames to be exact. Well, a few months went by and there wasn’t any word on if they came out until today. Here’s the word on the frames from Clint.
“A while ago we released the news that we were doing some very limited edition frames made by FBM in the USA. Well, all good things come to those who wait & finally after many delays, the frames are getting close. Below is a photo of them tacked up & ready for welding. They should be available in about another 2-3 months tops but better late than never I say.
There will only be 50 frames produced & only available in Australia with some possibly available in France through Unleaded in very small numbers. Get in quick with your local dealer if you want to secure yourself one.“
“In early February, we had a Fun Day at East Shore Skatepark, where we invited people out, to ride, hi five, we did a few contests, and gave out a bunch of free FBM goodies.. Well Next Friday, the 18th, we are doing it again at Anti Gravity Skatepark in Newport News VA, this time alongside Evan Venditti of Re Cycles, and Justin Waddel, of Revival, which is the BMX shop in Anti Gravity!
We will all have prizes, goods for sale, and there will be another garage sale themed line up of vendors, where you can support local brands, and shops, as well as do best trick contests for free bike parts!
Wear a costume, get a free prize! Why? because you can!”
If you head over to the FBM site you can find some photos and past edits from the park. Looks like a damn good time to me.
When things were finished up with Garrett Guilliams’ interview, Garrett had mentioned that his brother was a real good dude and I should shoot him some questions. I was told some real good things about him and knew that it was definitely something that had to be done. Adam is a real talented kid on and off a bike, and knows what it takes for a good time. So check out what the younger Ginch Brother has to say, and then leave him some love in the comments!