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  1. #31
    Pumpkin
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    glad to hear you're ok, chingus!
    damn gravel

    take care

  2. #32
    horkn
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    ouch! sorry man. you'll be fine in spring. then get back on a tiller

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    Don't rush the recovery...take the time to heal up! You don't want to have to pay in the long run for not taking the time now.

    Good luck with the recovery...and the bike was only a machine, it can be replaced (maybe with a little more this time )

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    Really sorry to hear Chingus, take care and get better, take your time for it too.
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    HOPE YOU HAVE A SPEEDY RECOVERY....

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    Get well soon!

    sorry to hear about your crash.

    definitely get back on that horse !

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    Sad to hear speedy recovery to U






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    Good to hear your ok Chingus. I know from experience how bad it sucks having metal implants. Just look at the good side of it, at least they used titanium so that it won't add to much weight to your new bike
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    Recover quick and keep stretchin'. A friend of mine broke his femur in a one wheel GSXR1000 crash and the worst part was not being able to get the leg straight when he wanted to ride again. He eventually got it, but wishes he had kept it moving more in the beginning.

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    Glad you're OK! wish you a speedy recovery!
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