Random News Archives - Colony BMX

New Colony Frames & Colours

We just landed a bunch of new colours in the Sweet Tooth frame, Blaster, M8 Lite, Prody Lite and the all new Prisma frame.

colony sweet tooth bmx frame salmon

colony sweet tooth bmx frame latte

colony blaster bmx frame grey

Colony M8 Lite BMX frame Sky Blue

Colony Prody LITE BMX Frame

Colony Prody LITE BMX Frame Grey

colony prisma bmx frame black

Colony Prisma BMX Frame Grey

Understanding BMX fork offsets

We recently put together a detailed article on understanding BMX fork offsets and the difference between them. It’s well worth a read before you grab your next set of forks. Have a read here.

Albury Skatepark Jam

We’re supporting the opening jam of the massive new skatepark in Albury. Make sure you get down there on the 11th of December for a good time! You can find more info here.

BMX Sprocket Article

Over on our distribution website we’ve created a pretty detailed article on the differences in BMX sprockets, check it all here.

colony blaster bmx sprocket

Frame Winner!

Congrats to Nathan Gully on winning the frame giveaway we had going on. Thanks to everyone that entered, we’ll have more giveaways soon so make sure you’re subscribed to our Youtube channel.


We’re giving away a Colony frame! All you have to do is click here and subscribe to our Youtube channel. Then on June 10th we’ll pick a subscriber at random who will win a frame. Simple as that!

colony bmx frame giveaway

We’re Hiring!

Interested in a job within the BMX industry?

We’re looking for a new family member for general warehouse work in Logan/Brisbane, QLD Australia.

Duties including but not limited to picking & packing of orders, unloading containers and other general warehouse duties. Casual basis with a view to full time employment.

Please email your interest and resume to

Start date would be mid to late January, 2021.

10 Things Every BMXer Should Have

Over on the Family website we put together a list of essential BMX spares every rider should have in their bag. Check it here.

bmx essentials

Polly Moving On

Time flies when you’re having fun, Polly has been a part of the Colony family for 10 years and throughout that time we’ve travelled the world together, battled clips for hours on end and had a blast doing so!

Pol has decided to move on from the brand but not from our friendship, we wish you nothing but the best mate….. Cooper & Clint.

BMX Bars Explained

Over on the on Family website we created a detailed article explaining the in’s and out’s of handlebars. You’ll find this helpful if you’re not quite sure what bars suit you best, check it here.

colony tenacious bars

What size frame should you run?

Family have posted a very detailed article about frame choices and what to look for when buying a new BMX frame. Read it all here.

Choosing the best BMX frame size


Family posted up an interesting article that will help anyone looking at buying new cranks and what ones will suit your riding, check it here.

Behind Take A Ticket

Focalpoint just posted a cool article about our video “Take A Ticket”. With interviews with a bunch of the guys from the video, check it all here.

Bush Fire Appeal update…

We’re stoked that with your help, we have raised over $1,500 now & counting.

There are still 10 days to go as well, please help where you can for this great cause.

Please help yourself to some bargains & know that 100% of the proceeds from the sales of selected items will go to our Bush Fire Appeal donations.

In these trying times that many Australian’s are facing right now with the devastating bush fires, we wanted to do our part in helping those affected.

For the rest of the month of January, we will donate 100% of proceeds raised from a selected range of products to the Australian Bush Fire Appeal.

Please grab yourself a bargain while knowing that you’re also helping others at the same time.

Together, we can all make a difference.

Please click here now to shop & help those in need.

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Backyard session

Morning backyard session with Paterico, Chance Brejnakowski, Matty Ballis & myself. Edit put together by Chance.


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From everyone here at Colony we wish you all a merry Christmas and happy holidays. Thanks for all the support as always.

Beenleigh park upgrade

The iconic Beenleigh park will be getting a full make over in the coming months with Logan City Council announcing today the 3 million dollar rebuild will be completed later in the year. We’ve be close by the entire time during this project and although this image isn’t 100% accurate it gives you a good idea of the plans! You can read more here.

Beenleigh Jam

Sunday the 27th of January will be a jam down at Beenleigh BMX park. Good times as always on such legendary stopping grounds.

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Merry BMXmas!

From all of us here at Colony we hope you guys have a great Christmas and thanks for all the support over the year.

New parts dropping now worldwide!

Just a few of the new items we have dropping worldwide & available right now.

Hit up your favourite BMX shop for them for BMXmas.

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Mailing List

We’ve setup a mailing list that you guys can now subscribe to for updates on new products and exclusive giveaways! Make sure you guys get on it.

Nitro Games practice

Chris James, Marin Rantes and Kostya all have clips in this first practice video of the Nitro games that is going down tomorrow.

Alex Hiam wins Dave Mirra Best Trick!

Massive props to Alex Hiam who won the Dave Mirra Best Trick contest at the X-Games. Such an epic move from AH, check it out below…

Colony Oz-One Frame

Well since posting some pics on Instagram of this little project we have been working on for a year or so, it looks like we almost broke the internet. Very pleased to see the amazing response the Oz-One has received.

The Oz-One takes inspiration from a golden period of BMX & brings it in a modern, rideable package that will surely bring smiles to those riding one.

Geometry will be very close to the Prody Frame that we make, also an inspired frame from years gone by. Available in three size choices… 19.5″, 20.5″ & 21″ in White over Chrome only.

Hit up your favourite Colony dealer now to pre-book your stake to an instant classic & collectable BMX frame now.

The guys at LUX BMX have some awesome photos (thanks for them here guys) as well as a cool blog entry about the Colony Oz-One on their site.

You can also pre-book one now on their site as well here.

We will building up this sample here in the weeks ahead, as my own personal bike, so watch this space for that !!

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Camo Ano rim giveaway!

We’ve team up with Vital BMX to give you guys the chance to win a set of the limited edition Camo Ano rims. We have a prototype set for one of you and it’s pretty easy to get in with a chance.

Simply follow both Colony and Vital on Instagram along with tagging in 3 friends in the comments (on Instaaram) that would be stoked to have a chance as well.

We will announce the winner next week!

Versatil custom at Lux BMX

The guys at Lux BMX have built up a very sweet custom bike based around our Versatil frame along with a swag of Colony BMX goodies. You can make it yours today starting here now.

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Victor Salazar in New Zealand

Hey guys, Danny Josa, Dustin Orem and myself started things off at Paul Langland’s place when we first arrived on Friday . The following day Saturday Paul had invited all the local New Zealand riders out to shred his yard for a day Jam. Sun was shining with kicks outs and moto whips!
The following day we had to take off to make our way down to the South Island for the Farm Jam. With a few stops at skateparks and dirt jumps along the way we figured the trek would take us about 4 days, giving ourself a a comfortable lead to the Farm.
Before crossing the ferry ride over to the South Island we stopped in a city called Reefton were there is one of the oldest skateparks in New Zealand! Coordinating with a few local riders from my previous trip two years ago, we were greeted with the park filled with bike riders. Shredding bikes with the local kids was epic experience.

Once we had left Reefton the weather had turned for the worst. Temperatures from the 30’s had drop to 10-15 celsius with stormy conditions.. Once we crossed over from the north Island to the South. We had landed in a city called Picton.

Stormy conditions had continued to spread throughout our journey to the Farm Jam. Due to the terrible weather the main coastal road to Queenstown was shut down! Debris and trees were scattered across the roads forcing us to detour 5 hours inland and shoot on down.

Along with the cold conditions I managed to catch a fever.. Being sick at this point was not ideal while traveling but managed to stay warm under the unique shelters while on the road to Farm Jam.

Driving all day Thursday we arrived at the Farm around 10pm. We set up camp and my sickness was just the beginning of something worse…

Waking up Friday morning at the Farm Jam was like a toss up in the washing machine. At this point rain had greeted us along with myself now having flu like sickness. Practice was called off due to the dirt jumps being way too muddy to ride. With priorities to keep the jumps dry by the boys, I am over here trying to hydrate and flush this virus out of me.

As Saturday falls upon us, the event Farm Jam is kicking off! A few thousand people are now starting to show up to the event. Friends and family are now taking course to watch the madness go down! The energy created is a surreal feeling with excitement of anticipation to see the BMX, Moto and Mtb contest.

As for me I am lethargic, weak and disappointed. I have come this far across the world to ride. Trying to stay positive I have 1 hour before the Bmx contest starts. I am now truly manifesting my abilities to ride… As I gather my strength get my myself together, I start to have clarity.

I decided to pad up and walk up to the course where all the riders were posted up waiting to drop in for the Jam.
4 o’clock comes around and I manage to have enough focus that I will take a few runs to see how things go.
As my name is announced I drop in and the jam in now in session. Gaining confidence through every jump I hit I start throwing a few tricks.

The line started small with two kicky jumps that lend into a super booty right hand hip. Landing high you were welcomed with a left hand long in low jump feature than gained a ton of speed to explode off a straight 4 meter step up jump. Once landed you were cooking on in to a giant right hand roller that dropped you like a high speed roller coaster! Lining you now up for a 7 meter booster jump! So much hang time for any trick!

At the end of the day my health improved and all the riders walked away healthy as well from the weekend
Farm jam 2018 in the books.

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Thanks to Danny Josa for the photos.

And the winner is…

Thanks to everyone that entered the giveaway for the Sweet Tooth frame. We will have another giveaway soon but for now we would like to congratulate Crazykarl42 for taking the win! We will contact you very soon.

Merry BMXmas!

From everyone here at Colony we would like to wish everyone that supports, rides or stocks Colony a great holiday period. Thanks for all the support!

Baco A Go-Go

Baco A Go-Go is on again on the 30th September. We’ve got behind the event once again & a few of the team guys are headed there too. Expect to see Bobbie Altiser & Paddy Gross repping front brakes for us. This is the last one that will be held at that park so make sure you get along for the fun times.

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