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Rode in North Vancouver. view ridelog
Nov 24, 2019 at 18:25
Nov 24, 2019
quotes Deep Cove -- Rehab goal #1. Better late than never.
37.9 km - 03:11 - 1 badges
Rode in North Vancouver. view ridelog
Nov 11, 2019 at 18:37
Nov 11, 2019
quotes The "Okay, guess I'm apparently testing my ability to ride at night" ride
24.7 km - 02:24
Rode in Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve. view ridelog
Nov 3, 2019 at 20:50
Nov 3, 2019
quotes Seymour Valley Trailway (recovery ride #2)
24.4 km - 02:52
Rode in Vancouver. view ridelog
Oct 27, 2019 at 19:55
Oct 27, 2019
quotes Oh thank God, I still remember how to ride a bike
14.7 km - 01:08 - 4 achievements
Hiked in West Vancouver. view ridelog hike
Oct 13, 2019 at 21:21
Oct 13, 2019
abhorred brianpark's article
Oct 11, 2019 at 13:31
Oct 11, 2019
Jordie Lunn Passes Away After Crash in Mexico
I'm the same age as Jordie and have been watching his video parts since we were both 20. A month ago, I had a fluke crash on an easy trail that put me in the hospital for a week and has left me with a severe traumatic brain injury. My helmet saved my life, full stop. I'm doing well, all things considered, and am starting intensive rehab next week. This news, though, is really messing me up. Jordie was always one of those guys that went down, but got back up. RIP, Jordie, and thanks for all the motivation. Strength to all of your clan in the days to come, and we'll miss you.
abhorred loganpnelson's article
Oct 7, 2019 at 18:49
Oct 7, 2019
Video: Riding 'The Mother Forker' - a Homemade Bike With a Fork for a Rear Shock
Impressive -- both the design, itself, and the fact that you survived. With that said, I want to point out that the arch would have never snapped if you had used a Lefty. Note that while this design tip IS patented, I'm very reasonable with my licensing fees.
Hiked in Mount Seymour Provincial Park. view ridelog hike
Oct 5, 2019 at 21:45
Oct 5, 2019
abhorred raceface's article
Oct 4, 2019 at 13:06
Oct 4, 2019
Video: Exploring the Tricky Relationship with Injury in 'Dirt is Soft' - Race Face Creator Series
Seems like a collection of the walking wounded in this comment section, myself included. I'm a bit over a month out from a crash that left me with multiple facial fractures, bleeding in the brain, and a severe traumatic brain injury. I don't remember the accident or several days afterward, and was in the hospital for a week. It could have been much worse, to be honest. I'm alive, fully mobile, and my condition is progressively improving -- but this is the worst injury I've ever sustained in almost 20 years of riding, and it's going to take a lot to come back from. I'll hopefully be starting an intensive brain injury rehab program in a few weeks, which should increase the likelihood of a strong return. But for all of that, the single best feeling I've had since the accident was picking up my bike from the shop after the necessary post-crash service and coasting it back to the truck. What I don't know, though, is how this will change me and my risk tolerance if and when I get back on the bike for real. Still, the prospect of riding (and skiing) again is what keeps me pushing through.
abhorred jamessmurthwaite's article
Sep 30, 2019 at 12:32
Sep 30, 2019
Gee Atherton Pulls Out of Rampage After Surgery
This is your damned fault, Levy. A bit of confidence goes a long way, but he needed time to fully absorb what you taught him before taking it to the big leagues. Just because someone signs up for one of your patented "Mike Check" lessons, doesn't mean they're ready for its full impact... But, then, with a slogan like "Levy Your Ego at the Door," it's admittedly hard to resist the appeal.
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