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Chris Wamsley goes down...twice!

What was likely a pretty solid race run falls apart rapidly as he catches his 30-second man at an inopportune moment, causing a nasty crash. He gets back up (props!) only to have his broken brake lever get tangled up in his front wheel. You HAVE to feel for the guy!

13 Comments

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 Shit, I think I might've had a brainfart and hit the report video button. If PB says anything about it, let them know that I fucked up. My bad man.
  • + 1
 pretty amazing! way to get back on it chris!
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 Holy crap Wamsley........welcome to the busted bone club!
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 another one bites the dust? dry hill claims yet another victim. did his brakes get wrapped up in the front wheel?
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 yeah, his front brake level body snapped and wrapped in his spokes.
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 Thats why you should always pause to make sure everything works before you hastily push off. He shoulda yelled like Chewbacca after the last turn onto the bridge and force a pass. He could have won his class. But he looked up, missed his line and washed out the front tire like Sam Hill did at the World Champs in 08.
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 Thanks Mike! Yeah i had been trying to yell for a few corners. but yeah should of checked stuff out. kinda hard after you just had a pretty rad run.
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 I'm feeling for you Wamsley- your a fucking pinner. Sorry about your hand. Hope your back at it soon! I know who won that particular race- even though the results say differently. You won that race hands down.
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 that sucks! didn't he brake his fingers too?
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 yeah.
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 Holy shit.
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 Yes, indeed. I still can't believe how he got right back up after slamming so hard in that spot. It is rock-freaking-solid in that corner - literally. There's a couple large slabs that can just destroy a person.
  • + 1
 oh wow is woms alright??

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