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Old 01-28-10, 04:03 AM   #1
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My riding days in China are done for the next 2 months

I just went to the doctor today after climbing that mountain here In China. My left wrist and right foot was hurting something fierce. Doctor took some X-rays,and my left wrist is broken and so is my right foot. I had a really bad fall playing basketball in November and never went to see a doctor(afraid of them) After almost 2 months since I fell, she had to yank and pull and twist both my wrist and foot to get them in the right position for healing. I can't remember such intense pain before as this little procedure was being performed on me.:yikes: So I was informed that under no circumstance was I to ride my new bike for at least 2 months. After the excruciating pain at the doctors, I was feeling a little better about my performance riding my bike for 18-20 miles at a time. With my bike being a flat handlebar machine, and riding her with my broken wrist, I can only imagine how I will feel riding her after I am healed
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Old 01-28-10, 05:21 AM   #2
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Aww, that sucks! I hope you obey the doctor's orders and heal quickly and thoroughly. Let us know when you get back on the bike.
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Aww, that sucks! I hope you obey the doctor's orders and heal quickly and thoroughly. Let us know when you get back on the bike.
Thx CornyBum.....
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I' m amazed that you could ride that far and that hard with a broken foot AND a broken wrist! Heal up fast. You are one tough MoFo!!
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You have my sympathy (broken bones and not being able to ride for awhile)
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Utmost admiration for being able to ride that mountain with broken foot and wrist. Daaang!
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Old 01-28-10, 08:55 PM   #6
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Thanks alot guys.....you all are good people.
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Old 01-28-10, 09:17 PM   #7
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Thanks alot guys.....you all are good people.
I actually molest babies but also feel bad for you. Am I still a good person?

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Get well soon.
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ouch....take the time to heal correctly..not too soon or it will be a malingering injury.
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Tyler? Tyler Hamilton is that you?
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Huh?.....我不懂
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