Colony’s Japan connection Shuhei Max Azuma knows how to balance on that front wheel and is no stranger to smooth street riding and pulling tech lines. Definitely something that will pump you up before going shredding your bike. Filmed and edited by Takahiro Yamashita.
Make your way over to the Colony web site, to check out Chris Courtenay’s dialed looking 2013 Teddy setup with the prototype hubs. Bike looks clean as hell.
Brandon Van Dulken has been ripping Colony in Canada for a while now and since this dude is one serious shredder and a down to earth guy, it was time for Colony to bump him to the pro team. If you aren’t familiar with this dude (I hope you are) watch his latest ten clips edit he filmed for Colony.
Alex Hiam built himself up a fresh new Colony Sweet Tooth all in black with all Colony parts. Head over to their web site to check more photos of his whip and the parts list.
This is one big news from Colony and Liam Zingbergs, they parted ways. Does this mean there is already something new cooking over there?
“Liam Zingbergs has decided to move on from the Colony family to purse other avenues. It is always sad to see a team rider leave the family but we also know a rider need to do what they feel is right at the time. We do thank Liam for all his efforts over the years and wish him all the best in what every may be around the corner for him.”
“I want to thank Colony and Clint Millar for the last few years of support, it is much appreciated. Although it sucks, I’m excited to see what the future holds for both Colony and myself, thanks!”– Liam Zingbergs
Brandon Van Dulken goes super fast and boosts some massive air and also gets some technical stuff done in his ten clips edit for Colony, filmed at the Raileside skatepark in Vancouver, B.C. That high speed huge transfer from one side to the other was kinda insane. Filmed and edited by Shawn Duffield.
I really like the whole idea that Colony is doing with giving their international riders a chance to have their signature colorway of the frame. Brandon Van Dulken, Colony’s Canadian distribution KEA and Colony teamed up to get a very limited, only ten made, run of Teddy frames done in gun metal grey. Hurry up if you want one.