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Thread: Broken fib

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    Broken fib

    Just been to A&E in Worcester. They x-rayed the ankle I hurt on the bike on the Navajo res. Broken fib. Now plastered. I rode from New Mex to Baltimore with a broken ankle.

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    Welcome back Neil by the way
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    you were still limping on the wrong leg.....


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    Wrong leg

    Thought I had got away with that

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    Good job you were with such sympathitic people Neil !

    Hope leg gets better soon !


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    Sorry to hear that tractor pilot. Mend quickly

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    I hope they plastered the correct leg.

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    Safe from bears!!

    You lot would all be very safe from bears - I would definitely be last in the foot race now

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    You mean BURRS !


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    You're obviously doing it right

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    Some lessons are best learned from other's experiences! - Ouch.

    Great to hear it's been examined though and you got that plaster cast you'd resisted for so long!

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    Bummer dude
    I thought you rode better after the fall???????????
    Hope it gets better soon..
    Who is this neil23 by the way???
    Great ride lads..

    Who is doing the beer run

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    xray

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    Serves you right for riding a 1200

    If you'd dropped an 1150 on it the whole thing would have snapped properly and you'd have got some real sympathy

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