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Benito-Camelas EnduroWorldSeries's article
Jan 17, 2017 at 11:30
Jan 17, 2017
2017 Enduro World Series Entries Open Next Week
@anthony3vans: there's actually one big difference, doping tests at the end of every race and random checks you can ride literally well high and be the king, that's why this is a joke
Benito-Camelas nswitalski's article
Jan 16, 2017 at 10:07
Jan 16, 2017
Peru - A Photo Story
@nathan010: I was there a couple years ago, kayaking a number of rivers round the Cuzco area, and spent about 2000 euros in two weeks: plane trip (madrid-lima-cuzco), boat and gear rental, food, local guides and insurance. We ate and slept on the bank of the rivers. Cuzco area is overloaded with turism so, as you can guess, is a bit more expensive. If you're planning to go there don't forget to take out a good insurance, that's essential.
Benito-Camelas The-YT-Mob's article
Jan 13, 2017 at 8:00
Jan 13, 2017
Neko Mulally Joins the YT Mob
@RedBurn: who's trump?
Benito-Camelas SaracenBikes's article
Jan 13, 2017 at 7:30
Jan 13, 2017
Madison Saracen Factory Team Sign Alex Marin
since the surname Marin (without an accent) is, to say the least, really WEIRD in Spain let me get on with this entertaining speculative exercise. there's actually a third option, though it is very, say, controversial. The surname Marín (with an accent) comes from a region of northern Spain called Galicia, so that Alex's dad might be Galician, one of the many who moved to Barcelona in the mid 60s to work in the booming car industry driven primarily by our famous dictator. So little Alex was born in Barcelona and educated there too, getting, in addition to a poor education that doesn't allow him to spell his own name, a peculiar political training based on the refusal to his origins. Let's say Alex is ashamed of his origins and wants to change his surname with no disrespect to his father, the only thing he has to do is remove the accent mark from the surname and voila, sounds so different and so cool. Don't call me Marín, call me Marin, stressing the first syllable, you know. joder!!!!!, I didn't realized, even sounds like a foreign name. I think I'm going to change my name next week. I say again, I'm just speculating, any resemblance to reality is pure coincidence. (or not)
Benito-Camelas SaracenBikes's article
Jan 13, 2017 at 7:23
Jan 13, 2017
Madison Saracen Factory Team Sign Alex Marin
para nada torero, no suelo pasarme por alli, ademas el nick no es que sea muy raro
Benito-Camelas SaracenBikes's article
Jan 13, 2017 at 5:15
Jan 13, 2017
Madison Saracen Factory Team Sign Alex Marin
Since the education in Spain sucks so much, another option is that he cannot write his own name properly. It might also be that Alex was a terrible student (you know, all bad students usually want to be football players, rock stars or riders) and that's why he has problems when putting accent marks on words, a very common problem among bad students. Don't get me wrong, i'm not trying to justify my mistake in my first post at all, just speculating. My very best wishes to Alex. Of course.
Benito-Camelas SaracenBikes's article
Jan 13, 2017 at 4:14
Jan 13, 2017
Madison Saracen Factory Team Sign Alex Marin
You're right, my bad, apollogies to Saracen and Marin (without an accent) people change their names so easily these days
Benito-Camelas SaracenBikes's article
Jan 13, 2017 at 3:26
Jan 13, 2017
Madison Saracen Factory Team Sign Alex Marin
Saracen is a serious company, and what any serious company does is to not misspell in a press release. The right spelling for Marin is with an accent on the letter i. Yeah, Los Angeles or Marin are written without an accent, but that dosen't mean it's the right way in Spanish. Pretty sure the conqueror who founded the city named it Marín or Los Ángeles.
Benito-Camelas Canyon-PureCycling's article
Jan 12, 2017 at 9:47
Jan 12, 2017
The Canyon Factory Downhill Team is Here
where are your bikes boys? delivery issues?
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