Out of this list, Todd Lyons was the first rider with his personal website.
We're giving each one of the racers a chance to comment on their own and the other riders' websites. TL was the second to respond so here's the lowdnown on www.toddlyons.com
Who is the first one you think to respond to this, and who is last?
-Dale will be the first. He’s ALWAYS in a rush. Derek will be last. He’ll probably be too busy with going out to see shows or dying his hair or something.
Is that the same way it would be on the track? On a fair race with the 5 of you on the gate, what would be the results?
-I think Robbie, Derek, and myself are a little off the back when it comes to racing AA. I’ll let Dale and Romero arm wrestle themselves to see who’s #1.
If you had to do 5 jumps at a KOD contest on a 15 foot double jump, what would they be?
-One foot x-up flip
-No-hand opposite 360
-No-hander to x-up
Who gets most visits/hits on their site?
-Good question. Who knows? Who cares? It’s more of an outlet for me than anything else. Plus, I like to let people get a sneak peak into my life and my styles.
Who spends most time updating their site?
-Dale probably spends the most time calling Miranda. He needs help uploading photos, making bold print, adding an active link, putting a space in between his paragraphs, not writing run-on sentences, etc.
Who designed your website?
-Miranda, who else?
Do you spend more time on the bike than behind the computer?
-With my new position at SE, I’ve been spending a lot more time at my computer. But less time working on my website.
When did you start your website?
-February of 2000. That means it’s been five years already! When I first set up my website, the only other rider who I knew of that had one was Charles Townsend.
What's the coolest feature on your site?
-Every journal update has a new photo. And my â€œPhotosâ€? section has a chronological tour of my riding since 1981.
-Get off of your computer. Go rideâ€¦