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    New question here. Which hurts worse....

    I pose this question to all you sub 32 degree riders out there. Which hurts more? Falling on the frozen tundra or falling on a rock? I thought of this last Thursday after our weekly night ride in single digit temps, while nursing a rather large bump on my right forearm with an icebag. I posed this qustion to my fellow riders last night, windchill -15, and after my description of my forearm there responses differed. One immediately said frozen tundra the other said it didn't matter to him because he doesnt have a right forearm, althought he rebutted that remark with the fact that if he did indead fall on his left forearm the frozen tundra was his choice.

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    Falling when it's cold out. Always hurts more. Because the cold air intensifies pain more.
    If you hit a rock when it's warm out , it's not to bad .
    But ever get slapped on a cold face ?
    hurts Donut.
    and yes I have had a hurts donut.

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