LAST DAY TO ENTER: $5 Custom Intense M9 - Cancer Fundraiser

May 23, 2013 at 23:00
May 23, 2013
by Tyler Maine  
 
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The 5 Intense M9 FCANCERUP Bike is back - coming May 8th 2013

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Last year we raised close to $50,000 in the quest to FCANCERUP and this year we want to break that. Up for raffle is an exclusive FCANCERUP Pink Intense M9 loaded with nothing but the best & a host of other prizes. Donate what you can and know the 100% of the money goes directly to the 501c3 non-profit Young Survival Coalition. Do good while getting a chance to win some sweet prizes … a win-win situation!

What you can win:

Grand Prize:
A Pink Intense M9 specially built to generate resources and raise awareness for this epidemic & to help cancer victims.

The frame is a piece of industrial art, hand-built in the Temecula California Intense Factory. We had it powder coated in the loudest, hottest color to really follow the initiative shown with the FCANCERUP campaign.

This bike is supported by and is loaded with:

FOX 40 with Kashima coating
SHIMANO the all new Saint group
GRAVITY the bars, stem and seat post
ODI the grips
NOVATEC the wheels
CANE CREEK the DBAir rear shock
VEE RUBBER the tires
INTENSE - M9 in your choice of size

The 5 Intense M9 FCANCERUP Bike is back - coming May 8th 2013

Other Prizes:
2 x GoPro Black Edition Cameras
2 x Pinkbike.com Prize Packs
2 x Strength in Numbers Blu-Ray/DVD Packs
2 x SkullCandy 50/50 Headphones
If we break $45K Shimano will donate a complete SAINT groupo and a second one if we surpass $50K

How it works:
-For every $5 donated between May 8th, 2013 & Midnight of May 29th 2013, you will earn one chance to win this bike and other prizes. So if you donate $25 that is 5 chances at a bunch of prizes.
-The winner will be selected from a magical spreadsheet using random.org.
-The winners will be notified by e-mail.
-We will ship worldwide ... Customs fees and other applicable taxes will be the winner's responsibilities.
-For a free F&CK CANCER sticker, visit www.fcancerup.com/stuff


Donate Now


Your contribution will:
-All Proceeds Benefit the Young Survival Coalition - an organization providing support and education for young people facing cancer.
-Fund support and education programs for young women affected by breast cancer.
-Help support YSC’s mission to ensure no young woman faces breast cancer alone.
-Raise awareness that young women can and do get breast cancer.

The 5 Intense M9 FCANCERUP Bike is back - coming May 8th 2013
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177 Comments

  • + 335
 I had a very worrying few months last year where i was suspected of having testicular cancer, so its kinda ok for me to make the joke. "but i would give my right nut for that bike" so im going to be donating
  • + 50
 the not so thought out thing is that F&ck cancer is on the drive side chainstay.. which is always taped over.. Confused
  • + 31
 It would be nice to see all the other big wig mtb companies do the same thing.
  • + 34
 what about the small wigged companies ?
  • + 6
 and the top tube
  • + 65
 :stares directly at specialized and trek:
  • + 13
 Just use a clear protector sheet instead then.
  • + 63
 Specialized did do something like this, with the first S-works Demo 8 that Sam Hill raced! I believe they donated all the proceeds from that frame to a breast awareness foundation....

:All eyes now glare at Trek:
  • + 46
 I believe Trek has given millions to the Livestrong Foundation... Which has helped alot of families, despite the lack of character of he who once headed it...
  • + 24
 Does NOT look like a session Wink
  • + 52
 Say whatever you want mattsavage, but Lance still did start one of the largest and most successful cancer research donation foundations ever. He did what he had to do to stay competitive with the competition. Is it really cheating if everyone is doing it? Yes, it is still cheating. But I would say it's not unfair either. The worst thing he did in mind eyes is the relentless denial and, regrettably, the suing of some reporters.

But seriously. f*ck Cancer.
  • + 23
 Cancer survivor myself. Had lymphoma about 5 years ago. 4 years in remission. This would be a good pair with my Canfield Jedi. Donating what I can.... Finger's crossed.
  • + 6
 My bro also had scare not long ago. Not nice thankfully was non malignant. f*ck cancer
I would be simply asking for a few extra decal stickers for the bike so it doesn't matter if I covered the chainstay. Smile
Bike is sexy beautiful
  • - 47
 How much for a black paintjob?
  • + 30
 @shishka, You're totally missing the point dude. I'd rock the pink proudly!
  • - 13
 You have the sense of humor of a brick my man. Oh corse I know all about the pink. I bought the whole friggin pink chrus king grouppo for my girl friend. Have multitudes of breast cancer survivors living with me so chill bro. You take jokes like personal insults. Need to lighten up a bit. The mtn bike game not soo serious. I donate to breast cancer every year and have fam with it, fighting it, winning it every day.
  • + 5
 @Gooldylocks - that's exactly what I said... The Foundation has done great things, he was a great competitor, but his character (the stop at nothing to keep from getting caught, you go down before I go down mentality) is what was lacking. I'm still a fan of Lance the bike racer and his organization. Believe me, I'm one of the few people who recognize his accomplishments as a racer despite the drama.
  • + 12
 @shishka, I actually have a great sense of humor. I can find humor in just about anything... The problem with what you said is it's clearly not funny, and obviously people agree. Who you know that has had cancer, and what foundations you've supported is irrelevant because they have nothing to do with your witless comment. I do however solute those you know for battling cancer because I know the stress and burdens it can cause...

Back to your original statement. Your comment clearly indicates you are more concerned with your image of riding a pink bike and that you find more importance in the raffle then you do the cause at hand. And that is justified by your concern for the bike not coming in black.

Don't say that I lack a sense of humor because I do not. You however "as it appears" just have a stupid sense of humor.
  • + 2
 @cyberhawk i'm sure the F**k cancer logo is also on the other side!and I agree with @steve-815 just use clear protector tape.
  • + 30
 @shishka are you ok with this website being called pinkbike?
  • + 10
 if i were cancer, i'd be afraid if someone was coming after me on an M9 O.o
  • + 3
 @Gooldylocks, FYI, Livestrong.org does almost nothing for scientific research. Outside Magazine had a interesting article about Livestrong in January 2012. The following is from the article:

www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/athletes/lance-armstrong/Its-Not-About-the-Lab-Rats.html?page=all

"On the program side, I learned that Livestrong provides an innovative and expanding suite of direct services to help cancer survivors negotiate our Kafkaesque health care system. Beyond that, though, I found a curiously fuzzy mix of cancer-war goals like “survivorship” and “global awareness,” labels that seem to entail plastering the yellow Livestrong logo on everything from T-shirts to medical conferences to soccer stadiums. Much of the foundation’s work ends up buffing the image of one Lance Edward Armstrong, which seems fair—after all, Livestrong wouldn’t exist without him. But Livestrong spends massively on advertising, PR, and “branding,” all of which helps preserve Armstrong’s marketability at a time when he’s under fire. Meanwhile, Armstrong has used the goodwill of his foundation to cut business deals that have enriched him personally, an ethically questionable move.

“It’s a win-win,” says Daniel Borochoff, head of the American Institute of Philanthropy, a watchdog group. “He builds up the foundation, and they build up him.”
  • + 2
 That's why you use clear bra. To protect the paint but still be able to see it.
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  • + 134
 Cancer took my mum and now my father in-law. Fuck you cancer. Pay day tomorrow ... I'm in.
  • + 48
 I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. The same happened to my father in January. I hope we will find a way to win cancer someday!!! I'm in too mate!!!
  • + 20
 I lost my father to cancer, as well. It's always good to see charity events like this. The only looser is cancer.
  • + 16
 Lost my Grandad to Cancer on Valentines Day 1999, have had 5 family members with cancer, one had it three times, beat it all three, I will be donating, don't care if I win anything as long as it's for a good cause (though that new Gopro looks sweet)
  • + 11
 Sorry to hear this guys... my mum died 2005
  • + 5
 My grandma nearly died of breast cancer and my dad lost his mom and dad due to cancer when we was young.My 5 dollars will for sure go to donation over a slurpee and chips
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  • + 95
 I should respray my bike in this paint scheme...
  • + 75
 Why neg prop? Because i want to support my mum who has breast cancer?
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  • + 30
 Would be sick to win this bike. Especiall for me as im a young cancer survivior myself.
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  • + 24
 Donated. Thanks to the organizers for putting this together and thanks to Pinkbike for spreading the word.
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  • + 22
 Donating for cancer victims and cancer research within the chance to win a complete M9 !?
That sure is a win-win-situation ! Im on it !
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  • + 16
 I am currently having Chemotherapy for Testicular cancer! Have already had my left nut removed, and my entire downhill season is now gone.... so i can honestly tell you this is a FUCKING GOOD CAUSE!
  • + 9
 I am also losing my downhill season to cancer treatment.. fuck cancer
  • + 5
 Hey, man I couldnt imagine how hard it would be to go through something Like that, but I know you'll make it!! Stay strong and you'll be back on your bike in no time! !!!
  • + 3
 Guys keep strong! And try to look it on the good side even if it is hard, i know trust me, but when you ride again after a shit year it´s the best feeling ever!!!! You appriciate stuff more.Im in perfect shape now and it feels good, unfortunately thought, to see people so involved in this, and through their hobbie which is even sicker.
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  • + 13
 Unfortunatley big pharmacautical companies are making a lot of cash treating cancer, so its not in their interest to cure it. They have known about a possible cure since 1974 and which is why they spend so much money lobbying [parliament to keep cannabis illegal.The first ever experiment documenting pot’s anti-tumor effects took place in 1974 at the Medical College of Virginia at the behest of the U.S. government. The results of that study, immortalized in an August 18, 1974 Washington Post newspaper feature, were that “THC slowed the growth of lung cancers, breast cancers and a virus-induced leukemia in laboratory mice, and prolonged their lives by as much as 36 percent.”

Despite these favorable preliminary findings, U.S. government officials banished the study, and refused to fund any follow up research until conducting a similar – though secret – study in the mid-1990s. That study, conducted by the U.S. National Toxicology Program to the tune of $2 million concluded that mice and rats administered high doses of THC over long periods had greater protection against malignant tumors than untreated controls. However, rather than publicize their findings, government researchers shelved the results – which only became public one year later after a draft copy of its findings were leaked in 1997 to the journal AIDS Treatment News, which in turn forwarded the story to the national media.

Nevertheless, in the nearly eight years since the completion of the National Toxicology trial, the U.S. government has yet to fund a single additional study examining pot’s potential as an anti-cancer agent.
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  • + 12
 please sort out paypal for this good cause!!
  • + 2
 I was about to donate, but no paypal support.
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  • + 8
 im in, it is strange that we need to do a promo like this to get people to donate to Cancer research. Myself at work just finished doing a fundraiser for a friend who has been diagnosed with it, So much going on, money always helps. And where does one get those decals?
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 www.fcancerup.com/stuff
follow instruction on that page mate
  • + 5
 "it is strange that we need to do a promo like this to get people to donate to Cancer research." People do donate, but Cancer research is f*cking expensive. You only get one mouse with altered genome with 50 000 $, and then you hope it doesn't catch a cold and die before you've even done something with it. That's why every single one of these fundraisers matter... And yes I'm in.
  • + 7
 I'm 16 brother, and iv'e been volunteering at a cancer research shop since i was like 5, my mum is now chairman, and i work there when i can, it's good to help Smile

as well as cancer research though, the shop supports a local doctor, who is leading research into cancer at the hospital near where i live. It's now good to see him getting recognition and funding for what he does Smile
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  • + 13
 cancer took my cat
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 so im in
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  • + 10
 I lost my mom to cancer, so i'll donate what i can. I already have an M9 so you can keep the bike.......
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  • + 6
 It's nice to see things like this bringing MTB'ers together to help people, Rather than seeing each other showing our skills, seeing each others stories, and things that unite us all, rather than just the biking Smile
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  • + 9
 My aunt was diagnosed with cancer this year, this time it's personal.
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  • + 7
 I already have an M9 FRO but still I'm supporting intense in supporting the fight against cancer. I'm in for sure.
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 I work with at least two women who have had or are still recovering from breast cancer and have several friends who have had it and recover along with a couple who are no longer with us. I'll gladly make a donation, and if I win something for it...all the better...I'd ride pink!!! Big Grin
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  • + 3
 Fuck you, cancer. My sister is a cancer survivor, with two bone marrow transplants and now she needs a double lung transplant... The least I can do is donate 5 bucks for this! Hell yeah, this is awesome! And fuck cancer, dunno if I said it, but fuck cancer.
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  • + 6
 I have a nice bike. If I win it goes up on ebay and the proceeds go to charity.
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 "Prognosis and survival rates for breast cancer vary greatly depending on the cancer type, stage, treatment, and geographical location of the patient. Survival rates in the Western world are high;for example, more than 8 out of 10 women (84%) in England diagnosed with breast cancer survive for at least 5 years.In developing countries, however, survival rates are much poorer.."

In my country, for over years we have an intensive campaign made by a non-profitable organization (forget public or government) that has helped millions of womans with breast cancer. This kind of support (for non-profit orgs like Young Survival Coalition and IBCC) it's the only thing what make the difference for those victimized by this disease. Few dollars for us, millions of hope for many. I am in, always.
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  • + 3
 good on your guys something that's open to the world for a change on PB and a very good cause shame more companies don't do this. I would be happy to donate just because of the cause but even more so just because you have made it open to the world. and my mother dying of cancer and brother having it twice just makes this sweeter well done intense Smile
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  • + 4
 Done. $25 donation to a worthy cause! This disease hits home as my wife is a 15yr late-stage survivor/patient. She's back in treatment now.
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  • + 4
 just donated!! I'm glad there are people and organizations that still do selfless acts to help other people!!

and... I wouldn't mind a new M9 Smile
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  • + 2
 Be brave .... Am living with mantle cell lymphoma ( no real cure) but am finished treatment ( which included a botched liver biopsy).... The thing is, we are all dying, just our timelines are different.... Live to ride and ride to live.... And love
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  • + 4
 I'm in , great cause , lost 3 good friends and 4 family members , so what if I don't win at least my money is going to a good cause , all other companies should follow suit
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  • + 2
 I'm not ever one to donate to causes' or enter competitions, but I feel quite excited to be a part of this one. I can't believe the previous comp raised over 50k! That level of participation has caught me completely by surprise and really helped me realise how much of a big deal this is. Good work!
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  • + 2
 So good to see companies big and small all coming together to help those poor people who get cancer, the bike isn't even a motivation to donate for me, i've had friends and family get cancer, as have so many other. Fuck you cancer.
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  • + 3
 Nice bike! Not sure if its meant for a gal or guy?? But I love that so many guys are clamoring to ride a pink bike, yet this one remains unsold...

www.pinkbike.com/buysell/1313261
  • + 2
 Oh gee, I wonder why. LOL!
  • + 2
 Me too Richie Rich.
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  • + 4
 Well im going through a bit of shit myself, I love that bike I love this cause. F*ck it. Stick 30 quid in. Whats that like 50 dollars?
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  • + 7
 fuck cancer !!!
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  • + 4
 Please give as much as possible , my uncle has just a few days to live thanks to this horrible disease . Let's beat cancer once and for all !!!
  • + 5
 my uncle has now died because of it . why does cancer exist ! lets beat it for good !!! RIP uncle Brian X
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  • + 6
 Done!! And proud of it! Because fuck you Cancer and go home, you're drunk!
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  • + 5
 my mother got about 5-10 years from now...f*ck breast cancer! where do i donate?
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  • + 4
 The fundraiser has hit 50k! That ads ANOTHER SAINT group to the prize list! 2 full SAINT groups are going to new homes very soon, donate!
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  • + 3
 I'm in next paycheck. cancer took three grandparents, my aunt, uncle, nearly took both parents. Donated so much already, and going to keep on donating. F**k you cancer.
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  • + 2
 My mom had throat cancer when I was 18, she never smoked or anything, complete straight edge. Scariest moment of my life. She survived it and is completely healthy. I would definitely rock this bike, and be proud.
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  • + 2
 Donated, I looked at the honour roll down the side of the page and my $5 seems a bit half hearted in comparison to the hundreds some people have given. But who cares it's all going to a good cause.
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  • + 2
 I'm all for fighting cancer, but unfortunately trying to find a cure by throwing money at it isn't really the answer. I suggest to everyone to read The China Study by T. Colin Campbell and take the battle from there. Paul
  • + 5
 To beat it you need to do research, which costs money. So more money=more research=more chance of beating it no?
  • + 2
 Unfortunately, I agree with you. I read the book "The Emperor of All Maladies", written by a respected oncologist at Columbia University and he states that, this disease is accompanying the human race since ever and the nature wasn't able to develop a "cure" by evolution. Perhaps this fu***ing "thing" is something implicit in every living organism, as a kind of natural control.
I think research is always important but, in some cases, education and support for those victimized is the best destination to the money.
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  • + 4
 I've donated. F*ck cancer in the ass. I would of donated even without the epic prize(s)!
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  • + 2
 Just saw this and donated , Lost my mother to cancer when i was 16 in 1999 and it has stuck with me throughout my life , Hopefully enough money will be raised to help this cause , The bike is sweet as hell too !
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  • + 1
 I get this error on donate link , is it for US only?
Internal Server Error. The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
Please contact the server administrator, support@convio.com and inform them of the time the error occurred..
  • + 2
 Looks like we all brought down the site! Give it a few minutes.
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  • + 1
 I donated last week, a day before my sister-in-law went in for her mammogram. We both lost our mothers to cancer recently so there is some family history. She was hella nervous but the news from the results is good. Now just tonight I received word that my uncle passed this weekend from cancer. I really fucking hate cancer.
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  • + 1
 I ride for Charity, British Heart Foundation and Cancer Research, why not give another $10 here as well, I don't want the bike, but if I win the bike I would ride it just one day and put it on sale, if I sell it the half of money goes F**K Cancer campaign. R35P3C7
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  • + 1
 I love that you guys do this. It's a great cause. I do work with Relay for LIfe and an independent fund raiser myself. You just can't see enough of these kinds of efforts. I lost 2 people to cancer in the span of 2 days last month. F cancer! Keep up the good work. I'll throw down for sure. Lord knows I could use a new ride.
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  • + 4
 why would i want a bike that doesn't have pedals?!
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  • + 1
 I feel really selfish, I had 12$ left on my card so I bought a pinkbike sticker pack, didnt even remember this fundraiser was going on. Next time I have money to spare, I'll be donating, without a doubt.
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  • + 2
 I was glad to donate to this cause! I wouldn't be bothered if I didn't win because I know my money is going to be supporting an amazing cause!
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  • + 2
 I'm in! But my left nut will be out if I win cause....

"-We will ship worldwide ... Customs fees and other applicable taxes will be the winner's responsibilities."
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  • + 2
 defeated cancer last year. i am on my bike again. hopefully some day there is a 100% chance of cure. for sure will donate!
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  • + 3
 This is a great cause... i'm in!
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  • + 3
 I'm in too!!! Wink Go girlsss!
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  • + 3
 I'm in, it's a GREAT bike and a GREAT cause!
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  • + 2
 Please, anyone can tell me when are they going to announce the winners? Thanks Wink
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  • + 3
 looks like pinkbike is advertising the pink bike! am I right?
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  • + 7
 I'm in my Dad just had a kidney removed with a huge tumour in it and he fighting cancer in his bladder. It took my Uncle Gordie and countless loved ones. The most recent diagnosis: my little buddy Ahsan Awan's son - he is a year and a half old…..liver cancer. WTF I am donating - everyone has $5.00 (that's a spare tube for Godsakes….) give a little.
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  • + 1
 Mom passed away from cancer 17 years ago and my custom DH build was stolen 2 weeks ago. Frown F&CK Cancer and Thieves! Ride on!
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  • + 3
 It's fund raisers like this that make a huge difference
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  • + 1
 Anyone else not get a confirmation email? I mean the money's gone from my account but without acknowledgement. Please tell me if you did get an email also
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  • + 3
 $57,485.77
Fantastic effort everybody, good luck to all
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 DONE.. but if i actually won "-We will ship worldwide ... Customs fees and other applicable taxes will be the winner's responsibilities." Whats the damage gonna be for that?
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  • + 3
 My mom haved caser so I will take my money an donate.
  • - 4
 Had* cancer* and*

aguas chuyito que aqui son unas viboras y te dan neg prop
  • + 4
 Come on now Mkawas, don't be a douche.
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  • + 2
 Show FCANCERUP some love for putting this together and follow them on Facebook as well. facebook.com/FCancerUp.
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  • + 2
 For sure going to donate! also wanting a pink plastics kit for the moto to support!!
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  • + 3
 May God help everyone facing this terrible decease!
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  • + 2
 making a donation for my aunt who passed away last month, Smile
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  • + 2
 Gorgeous bike great cause!
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  • + 2
 Lovely bike especially it's going to a good cause
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  • + 1
 I want to win this so bad, so I can make my boyfriend jealous I got a better DH bike then him Smile
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  • + 3
 F*CK CANCER! I 3 BOOBS!
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 I hate $$ so I gave it to research.
  • + 1
 You have 3 boobs?
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  • + 0
 As great of a cause as this is, I would love to see more of the money go towards preventing and not treating cancer. For example, educating people about what they eat.
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  • + 1
 First 2 days and already $21,000 raised, I would say this is one of the best idea's for a fundraiser.
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  • + 2
 Sick bike, Fuck cancer, im in.
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  • + 1
 Where do you donate? When I try it says that im donating for 2013 tour de cali ride.
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  • + 2
 Pink king hubs would look good on this also
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 When do we find out who the winners are?
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  • + 2
 I won the Intense Uzzi last year. I highly encourage everyone to donate!
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 Had the email, I won the bike, AWESOME!!
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 donated. good on the companies supporting the cause!
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  • + 1
 Damn she's fine! The dirty things I'd say to her before bed every night...
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 No paypal option for donations???
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 That is a very ugly seat post. Just saying, I will go donate now.
  • + 0
 I think its a Crank Bro's post though.. sure could use some PINK though!
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 No Paypal, no donation. Frown
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  • + 1
 I remember this from last year... as always such a sick bike!
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  • + 1
 Can anyone tell if this is tax deductible?
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 "Note: Your gift is tax deductible to the extent permitted by law" - From the receipt page that I got back
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  • + 1
 if i had 5k i would buy it seen as its going to a good cause
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 I wish I had a credit card.
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  • + 1
 Put my 5 tickets in... come on baby, papa needs a new pair of wheels!
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 SOOOOOOOOOOO DOOOOOOOOPPPPPPEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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 I will.......................................IM IN!!!!!!
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 props to Justin Truelove for donating $2500!!
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 hey cancer.......................fuck YOU!
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 Who won this awesome bike?
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 I can't do much, but I'm in! F cancer!
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  • + 1
 so...who won it?!?
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 This was all announced a few weeks ago. If you won anything you would have been contacted already. www.pinkbike.com/u/brule/blog/We-Have-An-Intense-Winner.html
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 I'm in too... ;-)
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 Well thats $5 well spent
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 When's the draw?
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 This was all announced a few weeks ago. If you won anything you would have been contacted already. www.pinkbike.com/u/brule/blog/We-Have-An-Intense-Winner.html
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 i know it's not me buddy, i was curious who it was, that's all
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 matt-w, your an asshole
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 Feels good to donate!
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 five dollars for a chance to win a bike. count me in
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