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Ran in San Diego. view ridelog run
Oct 18, 2019 at 10:32
Oct 18, 2019
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Oct 14, 2019 at 7:26
Oct 14, 2019
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Oct 12, 2019 at 8:32
Oct 12, 2019
pcmxa sarahmoore's article
Oct 10, 2019 at 6:04
Oct 10, 2019
Interview: Dr. Chris Leatt on the Neck Brace, Collarbone Breaks, Safety Over Fashion & More
@stunnanumma1: I think it is personal to every rider where the comfort safety like lies. I also wonder if we really understand when the bad wrecks happen. Mine haven't been doing big jumps out drops out even necessarily chunky trails. They've often been on sections I've ridden hundreds of times that are relatively easy (or perceived to be because I've hot them so often) and something just goes a bit wrong. I hit a baby head, I'm inattentive and lose the front wheel in a berm, I get sloppy and hit my butt on the rear tire going down a step roller. I was on the lift at Angel Fire this year, and this guy came off an intermediate trail and was on access road when he suddenly went OTB and spiked into the ground. I think he was just not paying attention and lost his bars for some reason and that was that. He didn't get up in the few minutes I was watching (I notified bike patrol). Would be interesting to hang out all day at the medical center at the bike park and try and get a sense of where and how people get hurt. Anyway, I advocate wearing as much armor as you can stand. Riding in the park I wear a full face, neck brace, body armor, elbow pads, hip pads, knee and shin pads. Because once I'm on the bike I just don't notice it. I've called away from 6 or 7 big crashes unscathed largely because of the armor (it's taken damage but I haven't). Riding trail I wear a light weight full face and one pads. Anything more bugs me and I get distracted by it. It would be cool if the bike park collected data and shared it about injuries so we could get a better sense of how and where people get hurt.
Ran in Albuquerque. view ridelog run
Oct 1, 2019 at 7:27
Oct 1, 2019
Rode in Angel Fire Bike Park. view ridelog
Sep 29, 2019 at 13:01
Sep 29, 2019
quotes Lunch Ride
12.1 km - 00:25
Rode in Angel Fire Bike Park. view ridelog
Sep 29, 2019 at 11:22
Sep 29, 2019
quotes Morning Ride
24.2 km - 00:59 - 1 badges
Rode in Angel Fire Bike Park. view ridelog
Sep 28, 2019 at 14:25
Sep 28, 2019
quotes Afternoon Ride
22.7 km - 00:48 - 2 achievements - 1 badges
Rode in Angel Fire Bike Park. view ridelog
Sep 28, 2019 at 11:10
Sep 28, 2019
quotes Morning Ride
30.6 km - 01:09 - 3 achievements - 1 badges
Ran in Albuquerque. view ridelog run
Sep 26, 2019 at 7:47
Sep 26, 2019
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