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Old 12-10-06, 05:04 PM   #1
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a bummer of a day

So I usually injure myself while riding at least one good time a year. But today it came on foot.
Somehow, I managed to sprain my ankle on a patch of wet grass while walking through it. (Note: there was no alchohol involved)
Sprained so bad that the doctors say it will be at least a week before I should even walk on it.
And I just put my new ss together yesterday.
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So I usually injure myself while riding at least one good time a year. But today it came on foot.
Somehow, I managed to sprain my ankle on a patch of wet grass while walking through it. (Note: there was no alchohol involved)
Sprained so bad that the doctors say it will be at least a week before I should even walk on it.
And I just put my new ss together yesterday.
That sucks. Take good care of that ankle injury. They linger.
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At least that gives you plenty of excuse to *get* alcohol involved.

Beer heals all!
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Old 12-10-06, 05:34 PM   #4
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Get well soon, I just take off my stitches last two days, going to start cycling soon, the wounds have dried
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That is a crappy way to go.
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Make a note, Walking should be avoided at all cost! stay on the bike, no matter what! Get well soon!
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Sorry to hear that. I hope you at least got a little ride in on the SS before this happened. Otherwise, the anticipation alone will kill you.
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Sorry to here that.
The doc said nothing about not riding a new SS bike, so get to it!
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At least that gives you plenty of excuse to *get* alcohol involved.

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At least that gives you plenty of excuse to *get* alcohol involved.

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I agree. Alcohol does thin the blood out thus increases circulation. I say keep yourself drunk for the week and you'll be fully healed
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Sucks to hear that. Do what the doctor says though or it won't heal fully and will bug you a lot longer than you want. Heal fast!
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yayyy, I can cycle de, just I experience a new problem, when I cycle my right knee (the stitched one) feel a bit of pain just above the stitches, I dont know why but its bugging me.
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that's a bummer dood. but whatever, just go bowling.
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yayyy, I can cycle de, just I experience a new problem, when I cycle my right knee (the stitched one) feel a bit of pain just above the stitches, I dont know why but its bugging me.
probably the bike. you should look into getting a new one.
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XD, I am using my Anthem, I think its cause my seatpost is shorter but I dont encounter this problem last time
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Old 12-11-06, 08:37 AM   #16
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XD, I am using my Anthem, I think its cause my seatpost is shorter but I dont encounter this problem last time
seatpost is fine. it's the frame. it's know to cause knee strain.
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Something similar happened to me the other week.

Getting out of my truck I slipped on some black ice and dislocated my knee, it's still black and blue. Damn near hit my head on the rocker panel to, not like that would matter though it would probably just go right through because of all the rust .

Anyways, hope you get better soon and get back on the bike.
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Old 12-11-06, 01:01 PM   #18
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yayyy, I can cycle de, just I experience a new problem, when I cycle my right knee (the stitched one) feel a bit of pain just above the stitches, I dont know why but its bugging me.

still have the stiches in?
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seatpost is fine. it's the frame. it's know to cause knee strain.

precisely, Look on mtbr.com seemingly 8 out of 10 who have rated the Anthem complain of knee pain from the bike
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actually I just talked to my doc on your behalf wheelhot. He said It could be one of three things.

First off it could be due to the fact that you had stitches, secondly he said it could be because of the stitches you had, and third and most likely, he said it might hurt because you had stitches.

Hopefully it helps
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Sux about your injury, Sheba. Wouldn't it figure the way it happened - - a gnarly get-off at least gives you some bragging rights. Ah well . . . hope it heals up soon.
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that's a bummer dood. but whatever, just go bowling.
Haha yes!! Bowling cures all!
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Old 12-11-06, 03:50 PM   #23
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Thanks dudes. Just chillin here watching bike vids.
Ankle is on the up and up, but still not ridable.
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thanks, I guess its the stitches because now it doesnt feel soo painfull anymore, just now I must adapt to how my Anthem responds, not used to Low Rise handlebar, feel different when cycling up steep uphill. Thanks for asking your doc, really appreciate it and the stitches are off, now waiting my skin to turn back to normal Yippie!
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