Marnold has a quick interview up on Colony site talking about what’s happening with him lately.
Colony’s latest wallpaper for your desktops featuring Zac Miner with a big wallride over the rail down sixteen stairs.
Plenty of really good street riding from Colony crew while on their trip in Shanghai.
“A few weeks back myself, Liam, Marnold and Brock headed over to China for the Asian X-Games. If you were following via the site you would know we had some crazy issues with missing bikes and Brock getting hurt but all in all it was a fun trip and this is the video we made from the days we spent riding after the comp was done. Thanks again to the locals for helping us out and make sure you grab the next 2020 mag that comes out for a full article about the trip.”– Colony
Colony did a quick interview with their rider Chris Courtenay about the last movie he watched, best musician at the moment, last crash, websites he is hitting the most and more.
Man I am really happy to see more and more female edits on the web. Watch Colony’s Peta Shepherd riding various skateparks over the past three weeks while her friend Tristan Montagu stood behind the lens. Tons of good stuff.
Colony’s latest print ad for The Albion magazine featuring Ryan Guettler and their 2012 complete bikes.
Colony’s latest print ad features Marnold with an over smith grind down this rail and their Clone cassette hubs. You can find this one in DIG magazine.
It’s already 7th birthday for Colony as a company. To celebrate it they put together this flipbook featuring photos from news posts from over the past six years and uploaded to Vimeo “A Month In The Life Of Colony” DVD from back in 2007.
“As a special kind of celebration we have released our first ever road trip DVD from back in 2007. ‘A Month In The Life Of’ was filmed over the span of a few weeks starting in Beenleigh, Australia with the Spinal Disorder comp then road tripping from Brisbane down to Sydney for the BMX Games. We then met up with Dave Osato & headed over to New Zealand to explore the south island before returning to the north island for the last ever X-Air comp that went down in NZ. Good times.”