Martyn Ashton Suffers Significant Spinal Injury

Sep 12, 2013 at 13:50
Sep 12, 2013
by Tyler Maine  
 
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Martyn seen here showing his skill level while filming two years ago.


Martyn Ashton, international mountain bike trials legend, ex­-World Champion and star of the Road Bike Party YouTube sensation, was injured during a trials demo held on Sunday 1st September at Silverstone’s Moto GP, England.

During one of the stunts on the Animal WD40 Action Sports Tour, Martyn fell backwards off of a three metre­ high bar and hit the ground with significant force. The impact caused severe damage to his spine, dislocating the T9 and T10 vertebrae.

After paramedics stabilised him at the scene, Martyn was swiftly airlifted to Coventry Hospital where he received emergency treatment and was admitted to Intensive Care.

New Day, Different Trial
The initial prognosis is not positive: Martyn has currently lost feeling below the point of injury. He has now been moved to RJ&AH Hospital Oswestry’s Specialist Spinal Care Unit where he is receiving treatment and undergoing further tests to assess the extent of his injuries and to map the road to recovery.

The current medical plan is for Martyn to undergo six weeks of complete bed rest to allow his body to heal itself as much as possible. At that point a lot more will be known as to the long term recovery he will be able to expect. Once the joint is stable he will then undertake a long and hard rehabilitation programme.

“Since the accident I've received so many wonderful messages and well wishes, I can't thank everyone enough for those – it has been hugely supportive,” said Martyn. ”I'm also incredibly lucky to have amazing family and friends, who are all rallying around myself, Lisa and Alfie, and helping us through this tough time. As a result I'm feeling very positive and ready to face the tough challenge ahead. I'm just taking it day by day, hoping that I can make enough progress over the next three months to be home for Christmas.”

Secret Filming
It’s currently too early to say what long term recovery Martyn can expect, however he is keen for everyone to know he is absolutely focused on his care and is also determined to release his next video, Road Bike Party 2, which he has been secretly working on.

“My main focus this year was to make my next video Road Bike Party 2 – this has not changed. I've been training really hard on the new road bike and I've felt like I've been riding better on this video than I've ever ridden in my entire life. I was so confident on that bike. Unfortunately we hadn't quite completed the filming – we were so close – but thanks to the team behind me and some great friends I’m excited that we are close to pulling the final edit together... so watch this space!”



About Martyn Ashton
Martyn Ashton started riding motorcycle trials at the age of 11, reaching a high standard by the age of 18 and competing in national competitions. At this age he then ventured into push bike trials with immediate success seeing him selected for the Great Britain squad to compete at the World Championships. In 1993, the following year, Martyn won the British Bike Trial Championship and continued to dominate the British competition scene for the next 10 years.

1995 was a big year for Martyn. He joined the all­-conquering Volvo­Cannondale Mountain Bike Race Team and won a World Bike Trial Championship. He then spent the next seven years riding on the Volvo­Cannondale squad with his focus gradually moving more and more to live shows and media coverage. In 2002 Martyn started riding for Animal Clothing and also created his own bicycle brand ‘Ashton Bikes’; Martyn's designs were strikingly different and influenced trials bike design for many years to come.

During his career with Animal, which continues to the present day, Martyn has taken his live shows from a one­ man demonstration to an annual national tour with action from some of the best extreme sports athletes in the country.

One of Martyn's strengths has always been producing great riding footage for videos. This talent was evident in his early career in VHS hits such as the Trainspotting­ inspired Chain Spotting, Tricks and Stunts and, more recently, with the huge YouTube hit Road Bike Party which has received more than 8.5 million views to date.

Photo credit & copyright © Robin Kitchin
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175 Comments

  • + 296
 Get well Martyn. I'm on week 5 of bed rest after crushing T4-T6 while riding in Winter Park, CO. It's tough and you get a little stir-crazy, but remember that your injury could have been worse. Healing vibes to you.
  • + 69
 ^^What he said! huge props man!^^^^
  • + 58
 epic amounts of healing vibes!!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  • + 31
 Healing vibes to you and martin!
  • + 26
 To Martyn, "BGillespie" and others suffering at this moment... Be strong, positive and diligent and you will pull through stronger than ever! My best wishes are being sent forth via South Korea.
  • + 25
 Thanks rejean, haledavies, ryancoonya, and richierocket for the props and healing vibes. Support from you guys and my riding buddies is & has been very encouraging. The mtn bike community is awesome.
  • + 8
 i wanna see more of the road bike trials. get better soon hope you feel better
  • + 2
 Get well, Martyn. On a side note, I'm going riding in Winter Park, CO, next week for the first time - you've got me a little worried now.
  • + 4
 Oof....been there, still rehabbing. The feeling of your spine collapsing or letting go is something you don't forget. Did you get that feeling of having the wind knocked out of you, but it didn't come from your solar plexus? I remember so clearly having to wait to stop tomahawking down the hillside so I could see if my legs still worked - thankfully they did.

Best wishes to Martyn, Gillespie, and any others who have suffered spinal injuries. One way or another anything in life can be overcome. Mental strength is the bottom line in all things.
  • + 4
 Keeping busy Bryan? Can't wait to see you back in Austin.
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 Keep working at it man, you will get back! It won't be easy, but you can make it!
  • + 2
 Sending good vibes hope this bamf gets better soon
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 It may be a silly question, but how do you even "send healing vibes"?


Best wishes for Martyn though, it's never pleasant to hear news like this. But unfortunately, injuries are part of the sport too. Frown
  • - 1
 I would imagine it would involve visualizing them healing their broken body parts. Their has been some proof that visualizing the parts healing can aid the process, so if nothing else it is showing public support of this process. I guess you could say it's a spiritual thing to say, but not religious. I remember reading his articles in mountain biking uk when they had a trials section. At one point I thought he and Rob Warner were the same person. Best regards and sending out flying spaghetti healing frequencies.
  • + 6
 "Their has been some proof that visualizing the parts healing can aid the process"

No. No there has not.
  • - 4
 Link to the scientific journal would be nice protour?

It's a nice thought that people can heal with thoughts but an outrageous claim with nothing to back it up.
  • + 4
 why are you guys even bothering to argue this!! should be all about healing vibes on this thread..not people who wana argue silly points for the sake of it!!
  • + 3
 Get well Martyn from the NorthShore!
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 Was gonna say that rasmanisar, but it seem's that making stupid, unfounded points is fine, but disagreeing is a big no no!
  • + 2
 Wow that sounds like a horrible injury, heal up quick.
  • + 1
 hahaha settle down clarky78..dont let it get to ya!
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 If you google 'visualizaion healing study' you will be exposed to a whole series of articles that overwhelmingly supprt the fact that the mind can be used to aid the healing process, and there are studies that back it. It is similar to the visualization techniques that pretty much every successful athlete uses in that you have to believe in it for it to help you. It does not work conclusively in every case, but the general consensus is that visualizing healing can't hurt, but it might help. I'm not trying to start a debate, just trying to help the inured and give them some hope.
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 What a year. First Martin, now Martyn. This is awful. I'm looking forward to the next video so don't take too long healing up. Maybe ProTour can get Jesus, Yahweh & Allah in on this too? Whaddaya think there Protour, can your magic buddies in the sky assist Martyn's positive thoughts to heal his spine? Maybe if we all focus real hard & will it to happen all at the same time we can psychically, telekinetically, put it all back together. :/
  • + 2
 Nope, religion is illegitimate. But science isn't always black or white, there are plenty of grey areas that studies will never conclusively give us the clear answers we might desire.

Scientists do say conclusively that humans only actually use a small portion of our brains....i wonder what keeps us from fully utilizing it to its full potential?
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 Just a wee correction there - we only use a small portion of our brains to operate our conscious mind. The rest of the brain is the sub-conscious, along with the reflex and constant functions (heart, lungs etc), that keep us ticking over. The confusion that caused the 'we don't use our brain's potential' comment, is that we don't know which bits of the brain do what, or how, or why. It is an incredibly complex organ, but sadly not granted with latent psychic ability, or at least not in the form that we interpret it.

That being said I feel deeply sorry for Martyn and anyone who wishes to give him support in whatever way they feel possible is more than welcome in my mind. I just don't hold with the attempts to claim it as provable scientific fact Wink
  • + 1
 We actually use all of our brains. That partial use theory has been disproven for about 16 years now.
  • + 1
 "Maybe ProTour can get Jesus, Yahweh & Allah in on this too? Whaddaya ... "

Height of ignorance proven right there.
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 Get well soon partner! Doctors aren't always right either, they said my dad wouldn't ever walk again after his motorcycle accident, but with a lot of rehab and determination he made a full recovery! Best of luck to you brother!
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 The first ever MTB magazine had Martyn Ashton on it, he's the reason I got into trials and then mountain biking, heal up Martyn, let's hope it's not as bad as it sounds!
  • - 71
 THE first ever MTB magazine? Not to be negative on this thread, but that is so totally incorrect.
  • + 18
 He's probably referring to the UK based MBUK magazine in which Martyn has always been heavily involved.
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 I assure you that he wasn't on the first copy of MBUK either as that was published before he was riding. I remember when Martin and Martyn were introduced in MBUK, probably 1993ish, they had both just picked up sponsors from a local bike shop in Wales and were riding red Specialized Rockhoppers I think. I remember the cover well. They were always called the Martins, which I thought kind of offended Martyn!
  • + 12
 leave it alone bud, heal up Martyn! I've watched both of your road bike edits more times then I can remember and kudos for helping out beginners with your tutorial on GCN!
  • + 8
 Maybe he meant the first mtb magazine he ever bought, but why waste time being a doosh trying to prove he wasn't on that cover?!? Healing vibes martyn I hope you heal up 100%
  • + 5
 Sorry guys, I didn't check it before I posted.. I mean the first ever magazine I got, which was in around 2005.
  • + 4
 Nothing to be sorry about dude, simple mistake. Only the asshat above had a problem with it.
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 I am suuuuch an asshat! I'll have to remember that word!
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 I know this makes me sound like a total duche but this has teared me up abit...I know no one cares but he has been a real inspiration, I saw him at a trail center in Scotland about 4 years ago and since then loved the guy...proper gutted to hear this...hope u get better soon!
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 Gutted. I remember watching him on OLN mtb. shows - he had some skill-lesson segments that actually helped me progress from a total newb into an aspiring hack. Definitely the utmost healing vibes to this legend.
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 I never thought that one could get such a nasty injury on a trials bike, it looks so easy and safely (you know, no such speed as in DH) in all these videos... it's easy to forget that with higher skills comes also a higher risk. Best healing vibes to you!
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 FYI, this was in the news in 2009 but thought everyone should get a chance to know a little more about it and where this technique is going. This was the shortest article I could find with the simplest explanation.

www.gizmag.com/blue-food-dye-spinal-injury-trauma-bbm/12474
  • + 1
 So Martyn will be able to walk and ride again, but he will look like a smurf? That is some weird science.

Heal up buddy, we've got lots more riding to do.
  • + 1
 Only for a small bit though. Then it fades away. This is a very interesting article, thanks for sharing kamanchi And as everyone else has said, healing vibes sent your way Martyn...im going thru a dislocated AC joint and trying to stay mentally strong is the really difficult part. I cant imagine how you feel...im praying for you!!
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 That really sucks! hate to hear about riders being taken out. Hope all goes well and we can see you on a bike soon!
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 So gutted that this has happened to such an amazing rider and someone who influenced so many (including me) to get on the bike and spend hours learning to hop up and down things, and other trials based skills. Those skills help every type of rider. We all know you have the determination to be back on the bike. I'm sending all my healing vibes your way and will keep my fingers crossed the healing process is as quick and thorough as possible!!! Looking forward to seeing you on a bike again.
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 Best wishes for a speedy recovery, Martyn was a huge inspiration to me growing up. I wore my Chainspotting vhs out from watching some of the Martyn & Martin bits on there!
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 Two wheeled sports can really fck your sht up. I often forget that while going as fast as l can down rocky dirty downhills having fun...almost always by myself. Healing vibes headed your way
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 One of my biggest fears. I've had two back surgeries and no longer have the same back i was born with. My back is forever changed because of some stupid ass bitch texting while driving. I still ride but I need to stay grounded and resist the urge to go all out. The fact I can ride is enough. God forbid I couldn't even do that.
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 I've been banged up as well, broken neck 11 years ago and lots more upper body injuries. Biggest thing for us losers going forward is remembering to have fun and ride well but to stay "inside the envelope" cause there's can't be too many more f-ups. Sorry yours was due to some dumbass not paying attention.

Get well Martyn, stay positive.

It f-ing sucks, as a country we can spend billions on nonsense, weapons, marketing initiatives, super bowl ads, and yet severing the spinal nerve has no cure. It affects everybody, from athletes to normal folks walking down the street, to our military serving in dangerous places. I hope our generation sees some significant progress in treating spinal injuries, I know we can.
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  • + 4
 get well. A legend who's reign precedes my interest in mountain biking (Same with Shane McConkey, I bet there are lots of kids who only got into it in time for his last couple of videos, but were inspired nonetheless). Road bike party is one of the most creative things done on bikes lately, a refreshing break from the drifting, whipping, tabling that has become commonplace in MTB movies.
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 all of us earthlings benefit in our riding from the groundbreaking risks that guys like you (and that guy named "martin" too) take all of the time. thanks for making our mountain biking lives, and our lives as a whole, way better than they would be otherwise. get well!
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 Such a shame for that to happen to such a great rider, heal up Martyn
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 The guy is a legend in the UK, the same era as Warner, Peaty and many more. Get well soon man.
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 Not just the UK, we love him in Canada too eh!! Healing vibes from across the pond
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 So sorry to hear about your accident Martyn... You're an inspiration to all of us mere mortals so get well soon... Get some WD40 on it!
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 Had the privilege to meet and ride with Martyn several times, he is such a top guy. An incredible rider, and a great icon of mountain biking. So sad to hear the news, just hope he heals well and gets his feel/movement back. I do wonder if this will make them consider crash mats etc considering how crazy their roadshow set up is. 3M is a LONG way down. Anyway, healing vibes to you Martyn. Thinking of you and yours.
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 shit! that's more or less exactly what I'v been through, would not wish for that to happen to my worst enemy. but you can make it, i'm back on the bike and i do hope that Martyn will be too!
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 Get well. You have some serious skills. I'd like to plug all the badasses that keep on going despite varying levels of recovery. Here is a great video with quads and paraplegics proving that they do what they love no matter what. vimeo.com/10309216
(Full Disclosure: I'm a rehab doc who's been downhilling and reading pink bike long before med school. In fact the reason i chose this specialty is for people just like Martyn.) Don't worry things are gonna turn out. Good Luck.
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 get well martin, I was in oswestry spinal unit when I shattered t4 t5 and c6 c7 in my neck and compression fractured another 7 vertebrae lower down my spine, the team there are some of the very best in the world so your in good hands, i'm about 85 to 90% recovered, good luck and hope you recover well
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 Martyn is one of my idols and the guy who made me realise what was actually possible on a mountain bike and inspired me to start riding properly. I first saw him in the early days of the Animal bike Tour when he was riding with Chopper and since that day have watched the Bike Tour every year when it comes to my area and haven't stopped riding. Heal up soon Martyn, you are a legend and an inspiration.
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 Stick to it, Martin. I basically destroyed my T3-T5 at a DH race. I spent my 20th birthday in rehab. At least that birthday was my first birthday spent with my other half... My 19th birthday was spent in Basic Training for the Air force, and even with doctors around me telling me I would probably never walk again, I was happy. My goal in life has always been to own my own recording studio, and my injury has no effect on my ability to be an audio engineer. While I loved serving, I'm surrounded by family and friends now, and I have heard far too many stories of people doomed never to walk again making partial and even full recoveries many years down the road even to believe that I will ABSOLUTELY be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of my life. Anything's possible, and that's not just some pipe dream... It's true. If Cam Zink himself can take the time to send me a box of signed goodies for my birthday, not even knowing who I am, then walking again someday is definitely possible. And remember... No matter what you will be able to do from now on, you will always be a true rider.
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  • + 5
 Cant wait to see again a great rider put a road bike into good use .. GET WELL SOON HERO !!!
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 I've been riding trials now for 3 years and Martyn's always been an inspiration to me even before i started. I saw this this morning and rewatched the video and instantly went out on my bike and started trying new things as a kind of tribute and managed to land my first 360 flat spin after only a few tries. Thank you Martyn for being so influential on the sport and myself and I hope you get well and get back on the bike soon so i can try and copy more of your amazing riding!
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 Get well soon Martyn! My Bro fractured 7 vertebra including his C2 vertebra in a downhill accident back in 2009. His back and neck were rebuilt with titanium plates and pins. He made a total recovery and today you would never tell he had the accident. Be positive!
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 I saw them putting someone onto the air ambulance as i was directly opposite, on Chapel bend, i had no idea at the time what had happened as i was watching the moto gp race, now i know who it was and am saddened to here of the injuries, get well soon matey can't wait for Road Bike Party 2
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 hi Martin, get well soon sending massive positive vibes your way!! I have been there in rjah hospital with 4 broken verts from t4 to t8, 5 years ago and you are in the best possible place on the entire planet!!! Absolutely fantastic care and expertise and positive vibes will heal, hope to see you doing some awesome tricks again soon!
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 Chin up dude, you can get through this!
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 I hate this when a rider gets seriously injured. But dont worry, I'm sending my best wishes all the way from India and I'm sure you will recover soon. May the force be with you.
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 Get well soon chief! I will always remember seeing you put a demo on at the Malvern Classics around 95-96 time. Been a fan ever since. Chin up and you'll be finishing up Road Bike Party 2 in no time!
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 Martyn you champ! Gutted to hear the sobering news; all the best on the road to recovery we're all rooting for you during every second of it! Godspeed.
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 Been a fan since since before you where on BluePeter. Your a national treasure as far as I'm concerned. Get back soon and if anyone can come back stronger you can.
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 Best of luck to you. I have watched and shared some of your videos, you are definitely one of the greats my man.
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 Cant wait for Road Bike Party 2!!
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 What the hell Martyn, get well soon.
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 Keep your patience and heal up, you will walk again! I'll be praying for you! God's got you in his hand...I can relate to story first hand.
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 #getwellmartyn!!!
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 Met him a few years ago at an animal bike tour nicest guy ive ever met! Hope you don't go too crazy with the bed rest and fingers crossed for the months to come!
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 My childhood hero!!!! Since Dirty Tricks and Cunning Stunts VHS (watched it repeatedly for about 10yrs)

Get well SOON martyn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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 In all our thoughts. Rehab like a mad man and plow through this challenge. Hoping for a speedy and successful recovery.
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 It's not the "Martin year" apparently....first Søderstrøm, now Ashton....Healing vibes to both!!!! We all hope in glorious comebacks! You've got the strenght and focus to do this! Stay strong!
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 Very Very sad to hear. Hopefully when swelling and stuff goes down he can make a good recovery. My thoughts go out to Martyn and his family.
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 Praying for your speedy recovery and for your family as well. God bless.
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 If there's anything i've learned about mountain bikers, it's that we are one hell of a tough breed. You'll be back sooner than you think! Best wishes to you!
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 Good thoughts for a full and swift recovery. It's a long road, but nothing you can't do.
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 Met him at Bike 2000 show at the NEC, my mate wanted his Globe shoes signed by the two Martyn's. Top man, top rider, get well soon.
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 I hope whatever life throws at you that you'll make a full recovery. You are a pioneer of the sport!
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 wow. Good luck, Mate! Stay positive the best you can. I know it's tough at times. You have a lot of people rooting for you. Stay strong and heal fast.
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 heres to a full recovery
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 Keep smiling, eat porridge and hope the mending goes well.
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 Praise be to the NHS, I dread to think what would happened if this had occured the other side of the atlantic. All the best Martyn, hope you make a full recovery.
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 You've always been an inspiration to me and my mates down under Martyn. And please get better and don't ever leave our sport, we need you.
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 Heal up immidiately!!! enjoyed watching his riding so much, sorry to hear any injuries from any riders.
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 I saw you at Silverstone the Saturday... what an ace! Stay positive and get well soon!
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 Shocking news to me and my friends. Get well soon. You're our model, mentor, and hero!
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 True legend of the sport,hope you have a full recovery,if anyone can you can!
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 Get well soon Martyn! Sending positive healing vibes!! Amazing rider & legend!
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 my heart goes out to him, his family and all of us that follow him, respect him. Sending major healing vibes.
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 What a cruel way to remind us that this fun sport can be pretty dangerous... Best wishes, get well to you Martyn.
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 You're a living legend Martyn. Hope you get well soon and back on the pedals.
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 Damn that's a bum deal! Sad to hear this but wishing you the strength to push on and get thru it, I'm sure you can.
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 F*CK that sucks so much. Hopefully the dude will recover, the guy's a legend.
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 Heal up soon Martyn! I'm just finished recovering from crushing T-9 and T-10 and it gets tough but keep strong!
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 Prayers go out to you man! Heal up soon!
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 Get well soon and don't lose those positive vibes! Best of wishes to you and your family.
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 Sh#t , what horrible news - I bet you'll make a full recovery Martyn - get well soon man!
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 Healing vibes to you man. Your in good hands at the Orthopaedic they are world renowned as a spinal centre.
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 Bummed to see a fellow bike rider get hurt. Here's to a full recovery for you, Martyn. Take care and get well.
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 Stay positive and get well!!
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 hope you are able to heal as quick as possible and continue to enjoy your passion. your videos are mind blowing.
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 Dude this is bad news, wish you a full and speedy recovery! ! Top man and what a rider!
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 Hang tough, the road back will be a true test of character.
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 healing vibes for you Martyn
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 Get Well Soon! Looking forward to new video from you!Smile
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 gutted, he's an absolute legend and one of my early inspirations. Get well soon!!
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 Great guy and rider. sad news but you healed before from a broken back. just gotta do it again. Legend 'when's the weekend'
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 You're my favorite trials rider, and who made me get into this sport. You'll get over this obstacle like every other!!!!
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 You have got a whole world of cyclists sending good vibes man! stay positive and get well soon!
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 Heal up soon man! Such legend in the uk and soo skilled on a bike.
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 Get some rest and heal up, here's cheering for a full recovery
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 Good luck on a speedy recovery Martyn!
And for anybody who hasn't seen it...
youtu.be/7ZmJtYaUTa0
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 shit! hope the guys okay! such a legend!
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 What a killer rider! Hope he heals quick!
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 Get well soon Martyn, you rocks
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 Thanks for entertaining all of us with your fantastic riding. I hope you have a full recovery. Best wishes.
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 here's to a full healthy recovery, Martyn!
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 Terrible accident, hope you get better and can get back to what you and everyone else on this website loves doing, RIDING!
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 Lots of luck , get well soon
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 Ur the man to get through this Martyn
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 Stay strong! Don't give up! You will be ok!
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 oh no! good luck and rehab well!
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 ~Healing vibes~ from WA
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 Get well soon dude! Healing vibes from all the Boys at Avit X
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 Get well soon man! You inspire me on a daily basis
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 get well soon, wishing you a full recovery
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 Get well soon martyn.
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 get well soon star !!
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 Get well soon Martyn! Good luck on your recovery !!!!
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 Get well soon. Legend!
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 Get well soon.
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 Get well soon Martyn! Top bloke and an awesome rider
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 get well mate and i will add a few of those healing vibes as well
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 All the best Joe Shaft! Thinkin of ya mate
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 Good luck and speedy recovery!
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 Gutted. All the best in your recovery Martyn, keep your chin up!
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 Sending massive healing vibes your way! Stay strong!
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 All the best Ashton. Healing vibes your way. You're a truly inspiring.
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 Get better soon !!!!!
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 Good luck on recovery!
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 Absolutes gutted for Martyn, one if my few childhood heros.
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 So gutted, get well soon. He's a true legend and a proper hero.
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 Huge thoughts to you Martyn. Heal well.
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 Terrible news, so gutted. Heal up mate!
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 All the best Martyn and you be back before you no it mate,
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 All positive thoughts and healing vibes headed your way Martyn.
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 Get well - all our best wishes!
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 Wish you the best kind of recovery Martyn, all the best man.
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 healing vibes to you man
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 Push through this like a fighter you are. Get back on your bike.
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 Damn. So sorry to hear. Positive vibes going in your direction Martyn.
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 I'm no Jedi but I'm sending healing vibes through the force to you. G.W.S.
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 get well soon Martyn!
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 All the best wishes to you for a speedy recovery!
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 healing vibes to you bto! You will be back, we can wait.
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 Heal up Martyn!! we want to see Road Bike Party 2 ;-)
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 Get well soon bud!!!!!!!
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 anybody got an update?
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 why is it that all the Martyn/Martins are getting injured? strange huh?
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