Archive Of September 2012 - Page 2 of 3 - Colony BMX
Alex Hiam sent in this little GC Compound edit. In the words from Alex… “A little muck around edit thingy!”
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Peta sent through this Iphone edit of her friend Kiera and herself from over in Canada.
Way back in 1988 when I started riding, I primarily rode flatland. I was however one of the few riders that rode flatland & also did ramp, street & dirt back then. Given my links to flatland back in the day, it was natural that I wanted to do a flatland range within Colony as a company. Especially when good friends of mine Shane Badman & Simon O’Brien were without support at the time it made perfect sense to help them out.
Over the years we have supported flatland as much as we can. It’s no secret that the flatland market is a small one indeed. Through our strong position within BMX as a whole we have been able to support this for some time but at some point we needed the flatland program to support itself. Unfortunately this has not been the case & after much deliberation & sadness we have had to pull the plug on our flatland program.
The guys at Flatland Fuel still have some stocks while they last so if there is something you want before it’s all gone, I would at fast.
I would like to take this time to thank everyone for their support throughout the years, we’ve had some of the best riders on the planet ride some of our products & that is amazing to think about. So thanks for the good times & may the they continue into the future. You never know… we may bring out some very, very limited edition flatland products from time to time.
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Ride On Indoor Park opened earlier this year here in Brisbane with a bang & they have now just launched their all new website complete with online store. They carry our full range of 2013 complete bikes with some colours not available anywhere else in the world. They also carry our full 2013 parts ranges & they support our man, Chris Courtenay. Check them out now.
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Shintaro hit us up about the comp he just won in Bangkok, Thailand called Double Control Flat. Shintaro said the local riders were really good and was surprised he won. He is in Bangkok until the 25th of this month when he moves onto another adventure. Thanks to Wasuwat for the photos.