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mojojojoaf SteelCityMedia's article
Jul 3, 2014 at 9:46
Jul 3, 2014
This Is Peaty - Episode 3 #GodSaveTheQueen
Agreed...those would be some pretty rough runs. Although I would bet the riders appreciate not having their bodies beat to snot race after race, as it is these riders push their bodies pretty hard.
mojojojoaf mikelevy's article
Jul 2, 2014 at 13:30
Jul 2, 2014
Manitou Mattoc Pro - Review
My enthusiasm has rebounded for Manitou's ability to offset their recent history.
mojojojoaf mavic's article
Jun 30, 2014 at 12:45
Jun 30, 2014
Video: Fabien Barel Presents - The Slow Road to Recovery
I should also add that my injury is now 20 years old so my perspective is a bit different. I am definitely older, the body has compensated around the injury for a long time. Certainly I also have the added benefit of not healing as quickly anymore or recovering as quickly. I will hit fifty soon and in those 20 years I have accumulated a separated shoulder (that one hurt like a mo-fo), a concussion or two more (can't remember lol) and some incredibly fun riding regardless. @game hopefully it was all skeletal for nygaard, doctor said I was lucky to have skeletal not torn ligaments, no crushed or herniated discs just bone. Of course then he said arthritis would catch up with me eventually and it has; slow effects of aging and continuing to ride as hard as I can.
mojojojoaf mavic's article
Jun 13, 2014 at 13:53
Jun 13, 2014
Video: Fabien Barel Presents - The Slow Road to Recovery
I disagree with you both- simply because I can (just a little ferociousness) Actually I agree with you both- you should never ever give up. I certainly didn't. The only thing I would add is that there will come a point regardless of who you are when your body will not repair or return to that level of performance. I certainly didn't feel like I had hit my limit yet after my accident as 10 months afterward I went over the bars and fell 15 feet down a ravine and broke two more ribs. I think the better point I should have made is that "if" someone doesn't get back to original 100% they were at originally to still count your blessing anyways, take what you have been given and go at 100% of what you have.
mojojojoaf mavic's article
Jun 12, 2014 at 9:16
Jun 12, 2014
Video: Fabien Barel Presents - The Slow Road to Recovery
Oh yeah spinal injuries come with some very well defined and very unforgiving rules- I fractured from the T8 to the L2 with the T11 broken in half...follow the rules - you won't get back to your old 100% but feel blessed with the 100% you are given after recovery and count your blessings. Go Fabien Go!
mojojojoaf evocsports's article
Jun 2, 2014 at 15:05
Jun 2, 2014
Fail Of The Month - May
#2 - super underestimated the speed needed to make the gap and rolling to a stop right by the medic? Dude that's how you do it....hope he didn't break his wrist because that looked like it hurt a lot.
mojojojoaf mclaws's article
May 26, 2014 at 9:28
May 26, 2014
Risk vs. Reward - Are You Covered?
Good luck to all, once again Pinkbike stirs the political and international pot. .....Sits back grabs the bowl of popcorn and watches the fireworks.....and then goes out and rides MAG 7 and TWE from Harzard Down while you freaks argue.
mojojojoaf VTOPO's article
May 14, 2014 at 20:37
May 14, 2014
Video: Caution Do Not Fall
Clip you wussies! JK! I don't think I could do stated above the mental aspect of that trail has defeated already.
mojojojoaf Fox-Head-Inc's article
May 7, 2014 at 15:33
May 7, 2014
Video: Trail Bombing With Voreis and McCaul
Later Wagonwheel! Dam 26er!
mojojojoaf JulboEyewear's article
May 6, 2014 at 20:32
May 6, 2014
Mountain Biking Guatemala With Fabien Barel
Ah the bus in the background on the last photo is a trip down memory lane. You are looking at was typically the city bus while I lived there. They raced around the city like NASCAR drivers- scary. There was also a little restaurant in Zona 4 I think called "Nais" - was fantastic food back in the late 80s early 90's. But the best people I ever met were from Santa Lucia Cotzulmaguapa- land of sugar cane and hard working people.
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