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Postby Ffluff » Wed Jun 06, 2007 09:58 am

its those hard packed trails luring you into faster and faster riding until... [B)] ouch..

mine is doing ok 11 days on, i think that being a straightforward 'middle third' break, its a relatively simple one but nonetheless it still hurts and i've been signed of work for another week after this

am trying to get on the trainer twice a day but i've never been so bored in all my life.. one tip i had from the doc yesterday is to avoid frozen shoulder which is a common complication arising from the natural desire to not move the shoulder at all..

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Postby Ffluff » Wed Jun 06, 2007 10:25 am

makes sense Cazz and its certainly starting to work for me.. am finding that i get tired v easily but am putting this down to the pain killers (so am easing off these now) and the lack of sleep (keep rolling onto the damn thing!) [:D]

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Postby ratty2k » Wed Jun 06, 2007 11:18 am

I had loads of painkillers when I did mine.... My fave person in the whole world at the time was the nurse who stuck a needle full in my ars*!

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Postby zotti » Fri Jun 08, 2007 10:59 am

About 12 - 14 weeks before I could ride again. I'd just got myself a new bike as well, plus summer was just around the corner. I was a misery !!

Every fracture's different so only you will know when the time's right. Be sure that if you come off you have enough strenght for it to withstand an impact


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