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Biking injurys. Don't look if squeamish.
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Ok after today thought a biking accident tread would be a good idea Undecided
So first up is my effort at bike park Wales. Elbow and hip took the most impact. Wheel popped  out from under me on a fast landing to smack into big rock slab in the trail . And yes I was wearing elbow pads, although they were gform ones that aren't the thickest. And yes you could see bone and all tendons moving around nicely.
Big thanks to Merthyr Tydfil a&e for stitching me back together.  ;D
Man Iv a proper muffin top going on, looks like il fit in in ashford.


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#2
Wow. Ouch! Impressive work sir!
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#3
Your weard, i would not be smiling! Your bruising beats mine from Morzine last year already, that's gonna be some impressive colors in a couple of days! Hope you don't get a hematoma, and really hope you'll be ok for the Alps.
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"Treehugger" Wrote:Your weard, i would not be smiling! Your bruising beats mine from Morzine last year already, that's gonna be some impressive colors in a couple of days! Hope you don't get a hematoma, and really hope you'll be ok for the Alps.

Hematoma is the posh word for a big bruise, so thanks Andy but might be a bit late on that one Big Grin
Il be  all good for the alps only ten days to go  ;D, but going to stay off the bike this week though.
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#5
Nice work. Looks a proper job you did there.
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#6
"General Sparks" Wrote:Nice work. Looks a proper job you did there.

I concur.
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"Avril19" Wrote:I concur.

+1

If a jobs worth doing...
2010 Canyon Aeroad 9.0 SL
2014 Specialized Epic Marathon
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#8
Ha. Muffin top. Smile

Heal up fast dude! Glad to see you're grinning about it.

A for effort though!  8)
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#9
Nasty. Definitely will not be showing this one to the gf.
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COUGH COUGH <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.bike24.com/p244715.html">http://www.bike24.com/p244715.html</a><!-- m --> they come in green  Wink

If that bruise is that bad after a few hours, its going to be really bad in a few days. I may be wrong but a hematoma isn't the big bruise its self, its a big build up of blood under the skin that doesn't heel and can form into a solid lump that then needs surgically removing  :X
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