Donate a measly 5 Bucks To A Good Cause and if I hit my target I'll ride this century in a sea of carbon fiber road bikes on my mountain bike. And give you positive rep or course. Yes, you can buy a reputation.
The Long Version:
This is an experiment to see how much reach the MTBR forum really has. I hang out on MTBR.com more than I should admit. Most of you only know my for my pictures of snow covered lakes and trails or my accounts of how hot/cold/wet/windy/fun/crappy the days commute was. I thought it would be fun to see if I could get a significant amount of people to donate $5 (of course more would be great). As an incentive I'll do the 100 miles on a mountain bike if I can get to some targets. If I raise $
After you donate you can add your name or use your MTBR handle - I added, MTBR at the end of mine. You can dedicate your donation to somebody you know/knew with cancer. Click on any of the donation links for an example.
I've raised a lot of money for a good cause. MTBR gets some exposure. I ride the century on a full suspension MTB.
The century ride is in Maine to benefit The Patric Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing. The center basically provides free support to people and families dealing with cancer.100% of the money donated goes to the cause. It's a good thing.
You are donating the money to the Patrick Dempsey center in good faith. The donation is non-refundable even if for some reason I can't do the ride as planned. But I plan to.