PSA Won't Back Down, on line now for free…..
Not checked if there are any catches but sounds goodPosted 3 years ago
pictonroad – Member
I paid £10.
It’s only going to be available to watch for free via the pinkbike stream for 24hours to celebrate peaty’s 40th birthday. So anyone who’s bought it shouldn’t feel too bad about it as it’s only a day and a stream (not download), after which you’ll have to pay again to own/watch. It’s actually a pretty refreshing gesture when it comes to videos/movies etc.Posted 3 years agopondoMember
Well I must say, had a shitter of a day, thought this would end it nicely. Had no **** joy trying to play it through PS3 on the telly, in two minds as to whether there’s any point watching it on the phone but decided to try the first ten minutes – and half an hour in, I like. Great film so far. 🙂Posted 3 years agostanfreeMember
Happy Birthday Peaty ….. I think he was unlucky that he was in Nico’s era otherwise he would have had a good few ‘Worlds’. Brilliant documentary and very emotional at times. The JMC part and footage of Sam Hill were definately highlights. Also It has to be said ‘Shaun Palmer’ Is some boy Is he not. 😀Posted 3 years agochakapingSubscriber
What difference does it make whether you watch it for free on the day or download it save it to watch for free later?
Pinkbike most likely paid a one-off fee based on a certain level of expected viewings*, which would have been limited by people’s availability to sit in front of a screen for two hours.
They didn’t pay for people to view it later and it’s not right to “save” a copy IMO.
* I’m basing this on my experience working in online content, not any insider info.Posted 3 years agonemesisSubscriber
Thanks to the OP for the PSA. Watched bits of it last night and given that Steve Peat’s career follows my years of mtbing (sadly I don’t seem to have yet had his success…) it brought back all sorts of memories like reading Cycling Weakly (when it still had a small mtb section) each week to get news on how Peaty and Warner had done at the World Cups.Posted 3 years agorazorrazooMember
The JMC part and footage of Sam Hill were definately highlights.
Totally agree, some of those lines that Sam Hill took, talk about commitment, no wonder he was winning races by seconds rather than hundredths.
Watching some of the older footage was like watching ‘Senna’ – seems so old fashioned but then again only like it was ‘yesterday’.Posted 3 years ago
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