not much to me, I ride, annoy my wife and kids, try to ride as much as I can, but cant seem to stop being broken these days

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constantly-broken pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 15, 2020 at 19:34
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Online Deals - February 2020
Is it bad that I scrolled straight to the comments without looking at the products first?
constantly-broken mikekazimer's article
Feb 2, 2020 at 4:38
Feb 2, 2020
constantly-broken mikekazimer's article
Feb 2, 2020 at 4:29
Feb 2, 2020
Good Month / Bad Month: Team Announcements, New Products, Sponsor Struggles, & Slickrock Drilling - January 2020
@Jbacon93: I have seen you ride, you need a set of balls and a bubblewrap suit lol. Hows the shoulder and foot finger?
constantly-broken mikekazimer's article
Feb 1, 2020 at 18:57
Feb 1, 2020
Good Month / Bad Month: Team Announcements, New Products, Sponsor Struggles, & Slickrock Drilling - January 2020
Maybe episode 2 hasnt dropped because they are still making their way from one end of the wheelbase to the other. Expect episode 2 to drop sometime in Fen 2034
constantly-broken jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 27, 2020 at 3:47
Jan 27, 2020
Pivot Factory Racing Signs Morgane Charre
So stoked to see her on Pivot. And going to be equally as stoked seeing her back in WC DH on occasion.
constantly-broken Tajlucas's article
Jan 26, 2020 at 6:23
Jan 26, 2020
You Say Progression, I Say Potato - Sunday Comics with Taj Mihelich
When I am actually not broken and able to ride (whuch since late 2017, has been minimal at best) I have had zero issues shredding a 29er trail bike one day, my 26/27.5" DH bike the next morning, bit of DJ and pump track on my 26" DJ and then jumping on my eldest sons 20" at the indoor park. Yes I admit it feels awkward gling between wheel sizes etc for about the first 5 minutes, but then everything evens out. Actually, the day I broke my arm which started all these issues I have, I did DH runs in the AM, then went straight to the BMX track and rode 20, 24 and 26" before I decided I was going to race 24", was a stupid mistake put of the gate that cost me speed and ended up nose diving into the face of the landing on the first jump, fwlt equally comfortable on all wheel sizes that day, just an error in judgement broke me haha
constantly-broken VitusBikes's article
Jan 19, 2020 at 14:21
Jan 19, 2020
Video: How Mountain Biking Helped Contribute to One Woman's Mental Health
I was diagnosed with generalised anxiety disorder, depression and PTSD in early 2017. I use cycling as an escape. I had to justify to my work that cycling allows me to switch off from my own thoughts and concentrate on what is directly ahead of me anf also the fact that regular exercise releases endorphins which assist with ones mental state. This was all working great intil late 2017, where I suffered a fall while racing BMX and since then, I have had less than a dozen ride days. The injury I sustained in the 2017 crash has been the catalyst for a whole raft of issues for me. Breaking my radius in 2 places (wrist and elbow) and also doing damage to my shoulder saw me struggle to get back to bike fitness, but after over a year of continuef issues, I decided to go in for a reassessment ob my injuries. What has resulted is more time off the bike, with surgery to my forearm and also my shoulder. This past 8 months has been very difficult, and the next 10 month will be harder still. One more surgery to go to remove the plate from my forearm and I should be able to start riding again. For now, its just one day per week on the cycle paths at a moderately slow pace.
constantly-broken KaliProtectives's article
Jan 16, 2020 at 5:49
Jan 16, 2020
Kali Unveils New Lightweight Invader Full Face Trail Helmet
@slumgullion: you mean temporary citizens?
Jan 16, 2020 at 1:46
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