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Hi Hubbers

On the 14th of October at approximately 17h05 I lost my dignity, self-respect and the keys to the castle of manliness on the corner of the topic mentioned roads. It happened whilst doing my weekend-starter Spruit run, travelling at super low speed, facing on coming traffic and paying no attention to the side-walk... I did a very nonchalant, head over heals dismount...

I do not have the cahooneys to go back and look for the lost items for fear of recognition and being ridiculed.

Any help would be appreciated....

End result being 6 weeks of non-bicycle related R&R...

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Dignity and self-respect are over-rated... Hope you heal up quickly!

 

Thanks meneer!

Irony of it all is that in the first 30 years of my life I have not broken any bones. Enter the thirties and I have a VIP card to the emergency room at Sunninghill Hospital.

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MTB riding pussies. I remember Jacques Fullard handing us bowl after bowl of pain wearing a similar appliance...

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MTB riding pussies. I remember Jacques Fullard handing us bowl after bowl of pain wearing a similar appliance...

What would he be handing out in this situation? This is the back of a friend of mine's calf muscle after falling while going up the single track at Kliprug a week ago. Not for sissies, I tell you. wink.gif

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What would he be handing out in this situation? This is the back of a friend of mine's calf muscle after falling while going up the single track at Kliprug a week ago. Not for sissies, I tell you. wink.gif

 

 

Bliksem, thats a nasty gash.

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Thanks meneer!

Irony of it all is that in the first 30 years of my life I have not broken any bones. Enter the thirties and I have a VIP card to the emergency room at Sunninghill Hospital.

 

Er, Nothingness ain't a meneer… ;)

 

Heal up!

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Hi R B

 

From the splint it looks like you broke something in your wrist. Take care, those things can be slow to heal and do your physio afterwards. Also, get a wrist guard (661 make good ones) for when you start riding again. Otherwise a fall on a stiff wrist tend to damage ligaments badly. Meanwhile ride the indoor trainer like it is a getaway bike.

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Er, Nothingness ain't a meneer… ;)

 

Heal up!

Are you telling me that the avatar pic is Nothingness' real-life photo?!? Clever dogs down in Stellies!

 

I assume she is a mevrou/mejuffrou then....

 

Thanks!

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Hi R B

 

From the splint it looks like you broke something in your wrist. Take care, those things can be slow to heal and do your physio afterwards. Also, get a wrist guard (661 make good ones) for when you start riding again. Otherwise a fall on a stiff wrist tend to damage ligaments badly. Meanwhile ride the indoor trainer like it is a getaway bike.

 

Yup. Broke my scaphoid and sprained my wrist badly. Thanks for the advice.

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What would he be handing out in this situation? This is the back of a friend of mine's calf muscle after falling while going up the single track at Kliprug a week ago. Not for sissies, I tell you. wink.gif

I'll tell him to HTFU and then pass out when he is not looking. That is a nasty looking wound. "Normal" stitches or operation?

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Are you telling me that the avatar pic is Nothingness' real-life photo?!? Clever dogs down in Stellies!

 

I assume she is a mevrou/mejuffrou then....

 

Thanks!

 

A mejuffrou. Dogs all over are babe magnets. Dogs with injuries even more so. Theodore's been doing well for me since his oopsie…

 

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Heal well dude! Not cool injury you have there. It would have been so much better should it have happened in autumn or winter......

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