THE CYBER MILE
1. Skateboard one mile, ensuring the course is
completely flat, in one of two ways:
a) Skate the same one mile distance TWO times,
once in EACH direction; the average will be calculated. The two
runs should be skated on the same day, but rest time in between
is otherwise unlimited.
b) Alternatively, if a FLAT oval / circular running
track is available, such that the start and finish line are the
same, it can be skated in one direction, for one mile rather than
2. Dead stop / static start. From start line to finish, either
pump the entire length, push, or combine pushing and pumping.
The start area must be completely flat, with no pre-start gravity
bias (ramps, etc)
3. Time starts when board crosses the Start Line.
4. Time stops when board reaches Finish line.
Please e-mail your best RAW times in each direction to email@example.com,
with name, location, time1 & time2, gear used, and any comments
-- and within a day or two it will be posted below!
Name: Speedy Gonzales
Location: Salt Flats, UT
Comments: All push, Sector9 Tri-lam, Flashbacks, slight wind.
** Note, the Cyber Mile records up to 2010 were
based on a "flying" or running start, in which skaters
would build up to full speed over the Start line, before the timer
started. Going forward, we request skaters submit STATIC start