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derzemel KimBrennan's article
Dec 17, 2017 at 6:09
Dec 17, 2017
Just 7 More Days for a Chance to Win Over $20,000 in prizes! - Share The Ride
not that easy to do. See my answer above to @blacktea
derzemel KimBrennan's article
Dec 17, 2017 at 6:08
Dec 17, 2017
Just 7 More Days for a Chance to Win Over $20,000 in prizes! - Share The Ride
PinkBike work with Indiegogo on Share The Ride and they do not have any power on the payment systems available Indiegogo has decided to stop using PayPal sometime ago. They have a press release on their site, but it does not really say why. I think this happened because PayPal have implemented a new algorithm that locks accounts that have received large amounts of money too fast. Sometimes they block the user access only to the money received in a certain period of time (or to the money you have in your account and have not used for a certain period of time). Paypal has said that the reason for this is to avoid illegal transactions. The biggest issue is that Paypal cannot be bothered and really take their time to investigate if the lock is on a real illegal transaction, or a false positive (up to a month). One way to avoid having this issue is for the seller/GrouBuyRunner/campaigner to issue invoices for each amount (also pay a tax to paypal for each invoice issued). But, donations based campaigns, like Share the Ride, are based on donations and do not use invoices. I hope you have a better idea now why paypal suck. source: I was part of 2 group buys organized through paypal and the money were locked for a month.
derzemel ProductionPrivee's article
Sep 23, 2016 at 1:33
Sep 23, 2016
Smuggler Trail - Video
that video represents all I love about mountain riding: go on paths hardly suitable for bicycles, or no paths at all, climb and push and carry the bike up those mountaintops until the very top, take a break, calm my heart, take in the scenery, smell a flower and then ride the bike down... sleep in a tent hugging the bike and do it again the next day. I hardly have a few days like this a year, but when I have them... I feel more alive than the rest of the year
derzemel mikelevy's article
Nov 25, 2015 at 3:11
Nov 25, 2015
SR Suntour Aion RC Fork - Review
I also have a Durolux and I am more than happy with it.
derzemel ikeizer's article
Jun 23, 2015 at 0:45
Jun 23, 2015
10 Bikes From the 2015 Trans-Provence
that Santa Cruz nomad is the manliest bike ever. I want one!
derzemel laurenjenkins's article
Nov 25, 2014 at 5:54
Nov 25, 2014
Video: Red Bull Hardline - Dan Atherton Full Run
the beggining of that track looks so sad with all those three stumps. What a beautifull forest must have been there.
derzemel RichardCunningham's article
Oct 6, 2014 at 1:13
Oct 6, 2014
Pearl Izumi Summit Short - Review
Why aren't these shorts on Pearl Izumi's website?
derzemel karl-burkat's article
Aug 18, 2014 at 9:45
Aug 18, 2014
Mach Speed: Danny Hart's Canadian Open Run
Damn... I had an adrenaline rush just by watching the video
derzemel elflamingo's article
Jun 10, 2014 at 22:29
Jun 10, 2014
Trailer: All In One
what would this be? another collection of riding videos edited together without any connection and little story, just like Strength In Numbers? I'll copy my comment from the video about Theo Ngubane: I am hoping that a video/documentary producer will take notice: """"Why don't we have documentaries made about biking that are based on stories like this kid has , where pro riders, biking fans, bike couriers, average Joes, etc, tell what riding bikes is for them, what it represents for them, why they love bikes more than their health, with the history of bicycles and biking, with riders from all the disciplines, from downhill, enduro, xc to bmx, cyclo-cross and street racing??? Not like "Strength in numbers" which had only some riding videos edited together in one big movie, without any connection with each other, with little story and almost no emotion transmitted. I am talking about a documentary somewhere in the lines of "Why we ride" (made by motorcycle fans) which, from my opinion, is the best motorcycle documentary ever made.""""" Also, here's the trailer for Why We Ride:
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