Todd Lyons was one to the first riders I remember getting his own name registered for a website. I was laughing at the www.toddlyons.com stickers on his bike at the time because it seemed out of place for BMX-ers to have a personal website.
Well, times have changed and it's now common to stumble across riders' sites. What makes TL's site good is that he does regular updates talking about the Bikes, the Beers and the Bitches.
His January 28 Journal is about the FATBMX site so we thought you might want to read it.
Check the FATBMX article on Todd Lyons' website[/url]
Australian HARO rider Luke Parslow won the X-Air dirt jump comp in NZ. A huge crowd witnessed Luke's first major competition win
and he beat a strong field with the likes of Nyquist, Bohan, Guettler,
Mackay. Ryan Nyquist finished 3rd behind Guettler.
His sponsor Repco Sport were so hyped about Luke's win at X-Air that they shouted him a flight in a Mig Jet Fighter! But Luke wasn't so happy after the flight feeling the effects of the 4G turns.
Oh boy, it's getting close. The Supercross of San Francisco is starting tomorrow. It's 23:30pm at the moment and I'm typing this from a groovy hotel on Grant street in downtown SF.
The stadium is down the street and it has been raining a lot. This race might turn into a mud fest but I'm okay with that. Riding a supercross track in front of a sold out crowd sounds like a challenge to me. Look at the starter list for the other participants; Vanilla Ice, Cab, Agah,
Slayer Old Skools Coming Back In Stock
Due to overwhelming success, the Slayer Old Skools are headed back in stock in April. Make sure to be the first to get in on these Old Skools and check out the updated Slayer microsite with new streams, videos and buddy icons to download. There's a competition going on with cool prizes to be won so you might as well throw some Slayers in the air and click the link listed here:
[url=http://www.vans.com/slayer/]Win some Slayer stuff[/url]
Dear Roots Jam Riders and Family:
First, let me say thank you so much for all the emails and questions about Roots. I know all of you have been waiting for dates and info for 2005. Well, we are changing things up quite a bit this year and there is a lot of new news so read closely.
About a month ago we discovered a major scheduling conflict with our
Adi over at TWOAND8 sent over some news regarding the team:
There a few congratulations to be mentioned for the boys. Kung is having a baby, well his girlfriend Kerri Edgworth (Scott’s sister) is. I think they’re due in March so it’ll be kungDAD not kungDOG.
Graeme Hardie has decided to make an honest man of himself and is now engaged to long suffering girlfriend (She must be a saint). Kye Forte has taken Graeme’s lead and is now also loved up and engaged to the lovely Gemma. Leo Forte isn't engaged but he is rumored to have passed his driving test. No idea what vehicle he’s gonna be driving but I think it should get a goth make over or at least red velvet seats and black paint.
THE BIKE SHOW RIDES ON TO NEW TURF
The Bike Show 2005 â€“ the UK’s biggest & coolest bike show is about to drop in to a new location!
The show, now in it’s 10th year, will celebrate it’s anniversary by skidding into a monumental new venue - Stoneleigh Park, Coventry, offering both indoor AND outdoor space for competitors, exhibitors and visitors.
We would like to welcome HARO Bikes. They've signed on as a supporter of FATBMX. HARO makes a montly newsletter that we've browsed and decided to run right here:
- Over in the UK the first contest of the year took place in Birmingham at the Epic park. It was some sort of team contest so Team Haro (UK) entered. Anthony Pill (HARO Europe) reports:We got first place in the main event. Ben Hennon got first in 'best trick anywhere in the park'. Ben Manual won 'highest fakie on the vert wall' and I
Everything is bigger in America, and also the wheels of cars. While walking through a parking lot at the Anaheim stadium I decided to take some shots of some dope rides. Dub's, spinners, flames, nothing is too wild for the crazy Americans. Enjoy the photo's or just move on to the next article.
The travel getting there is always a drag. Caught a cab at 06:30am to the train station of Helmond, spent 2 hours in the train and checked in the bags at the United counter around 09:00am. I changed my pre-assigned seat to a window seat so I could put my hoodie on, lean to the wall and try to get some well needed sleep. This didn't really work out. Seat 33J was occupied by a Big Mamma. Here love handles already covered the arm rest and I was in trouble. I saw some empty seats in the back and was hoping they would be free after boarding was completed and luckily they were. Not that I slept well, but at least I had some leg room for the first nine and a half hour flight to Chicago.
On arrival I had 25 minutes before boarding started for flight UA121 to