We love riding all things here at LUXBMX and when we heard there was a pool to be drained we couldn't help ourselves. Boyd Hilder, Alex Hiam, Raph Jeroma-Williams, Sean Gardners, Will Green, Mitch Campbel, and Melbourne ring in James Pease where lucky enough to get some laps in on it.
In the latest film from Vans BMX, “Magic Powers,” Vans team rider Alex Haim proves that the possibilities in BMX are infinite. The past few years of isolation without travel have somehow ignited his mystical abilities, opening a new space for creativity and self-discovery.
News has arrived that Alex Hiam is no longer riding for Colony. Here's the scoop from both parties:
“After a great 15 years of road trips, video parts and a lifetime of good memories. The day has come where our good friend @alexhiam is moving on from Colony. We all know AH is an incredible rider that blows minds every time he steps on a bike and will continue to do so for many years to come.
Knowing Alex since he was 12 years old we’d be lying if this wasn’t emotional. Ever since that fateful day at Kuraby, when we first saw him ride, it’s been amazing to be part of his growth into the man he is today.
Alex Hiam gives you a run down on how to learn tuck no handers whilst down at Hibiscus park in Brisbane, Australia. If you have any questions about doing tuck no handers, feel free to ask in the comments and we'll do our best to help.
To celebrate it being 10 years since The Colony DVD was released we're dropping a section from the video each week. Next up is Alex Hiam's section, Alex was only 16 when this came out, so he was 14 when we started filming! It's crazy to see how good he was at that age and awesome to see how far he has come.