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Feb 17, 2015 at 12:56Feb 17, 2015
Mercedes-Benz Presents: Riding on Thin Air - McGazza and Jeremy Lyttle Take on Khardung La and 18,000 ft Descent
Just a word of warning. If there is a tear of the meniscus that is not seated completely. It can move or flip and then cause much more damage to other cartilage of the knee. This can be a real problem if you ride and it grinds on the surface of the femur. This happened to me and I needed surgery to fix it. I couldn't bear any weight for 6 weeks. So, get it fixed if this is the case.