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    Most Frightening Thing You've Seen Happen on a Ride?

    I've seen a couple good stacks in my time, rag dolling down a scree field up high, OTB's head first, etc. I've also impaled myself pretty good up near Miller's Rock, that was a good one. What da ya got? Scariest thing you've seen on a bike?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jugdish View Post
    I've seen a couple good stacks in my time, rag dolling down a scree field up high, OTB's head first, etc. I've also impaled myself pretty good up near Miller's Rock, that was a good one. What da ya got? Scariest thing you've seen on a bike?
    Me grabbing too much left brake, bars twisting around with my left hand pinned between bar and stomach, bike going 20mph to a dead stop pivoting up and over and pile driving me into the ground with a one point landing on my left shoulder. I thought I was a dead man. I'm typing this so I guess I didn't die!
    So it seems to me to be, this thing that I think I see.

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    Re: Most Frightening Thing You've Seen Happen on a Ride?

    I saw myself heading for a stake through the heart.
    Up at Rampart, I was wailing on the south side of the dam, and caught a pedal on a high inside, bike shook a second, and I was thrown to the outside of the corner,... where the beavers had gnawed down the saplings, leaving a field of sharpened little stumps.
    I remember seeing me headed towards one of these sticks of death, chest first, my arm coming out to hit the ground first and change my course just a bit.
    I took a graze in the back, rolling into one, but better than a belly-flop and shoving a stake through my heart.

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    The one's I remember most were on big rides which seem to equate to bigger risk. Hell, a yard sale at Halls can be just as bad though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jugdish View Post
    I've seen a couple good stacks in my time, rag dolling down a scree field up high, OTB's head first, etc. I've also impaled myself pretty good up near Miller's Rock, that was a good one. What da ya got? Scariest thing you've seen on a bike?
    Seems like it's all stuff that's happened to ourselves so far...

    Hokay, my worst crash I don't remember so I can't count that one.

    About 10 years ago I'm descending a knife ridge, front wheel gets crossways in a rut and I am catapulted OTB. Land on right elbow and drive shoulder socket out. Full dislocation. Extreme pain, look down at my shoulder and it's just a flat place. No shoulder there. Arm four inches too long.

    All by myself, I stashed my bike (Moots!) in the woods and spend half an hour walking out to the highway.
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    Kid on fixed gear, no brakes, going down a steep service road at around 25mph. Sees the steel gate across the road, tries to skid stop, hits it broadside and his body goes through the gaps in between the horizontal beams of the gate. Skull fractures, shattered leg, blood streaming out of his nose - just the worst thing ever. I'll never get the sound of him screaming in panic and hitting the gate out of my head.

    Seriously hipsters - you need a brake on your bike.

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    This past Saturday on the Crest saw a guy with a neck injury near Greens creek, 5 miles deep. I hope he is going to be okay.

    For me, breaking my back, passed out on the side of the trail in CB bike park, luckily was able to pull it together and ride down. OR Impaling myself on a punji stick on Doctors, tearing a fist size hole on my leg. OR Tearing a huge gaping hole in my arm while DH racing.

    Too many frightening moments, but still at it, perhaps riding smarter these days...

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    Scary, or disturbing?
    Witnessing the death of a fellow racer was quite disturbing, but not really scary.
    RIP Samuel Hall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnirider View Post
    This past Saturday on the Crest saw a guy with a neck injury near Greens creek, 5 miles deep. I hope he is going to be okay...
    This is the article from Monday in local paper.

    Salida mountain biker sustains neck injury - TheMountainMail.com: Free Content

    Haven't heard any recent news. I don't know him but hear he's a really good guy.
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    Riding with a paramedic, I eat it. He takes one look at me and goes blank, and mutters "Oh, fvck. This is bad"
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    Saw the article Monday. We passed him at about 10am, 2pm heli ride, long time to get him out. Thought they might try to land the heli closer to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WKD-RDR View Post
    Riding with a paramedic, I eat it. He takes one look at me and goes blank, and mutters "Oh, fvck. This is bad"
    Soooo.... what happened?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaycastlerock View Post
    Soooo.... what happened?
    As you can see from his Avatar, he recovered nicely! I don't know if he wants to tell us all about it but it was pretty much discussed on this forum a few years ago. Search "WKR-RDR eats it" or words to that effect.
    So it seems to me to be, this thing that I think I see.

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    Poaching a cyclocross crit that shall remain nameless on my mountain bike, I tried to duck the rope on the roll. I misjudged the rope and clotheslined my camelbak on the rope, which stretched out a ways and then yanked me back about 6 feet, landing me camelbak-first on a nice, sharp sapling cut like a punji stick. I began to feel cold, and something wet on my back and legs. I realized something was amiss, and my worst fears came true -- two liters of ice-cold Firestone Double Barrel dribbling out and down the back of my leg. I frantically yanked my bladder out of the pack, and discovered a two-finger wide tear that was now firehosing beer all over me and another racer who came by (oops)...so I shotgunned/showered in foamy ale as I dragged my bike back under the rope.

    It was touch-n-go there for a while, but I was able to consume the vast majority of the beer.

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    Nothing like a good accident/injury thread to get you pumped up to go ride and push yourself!
    I'm bored and at work or else I would be riding

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntiPavement View Post
    Nothing like a good accident/injury thread to get you pumped up to go ride and push yourself!
    Reality Bites.
    So it seems to me to be, this thing that I think I see.

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    Took a "no lights" full moon ride with a dozen or so friends in college. We were sitting atop a mountain admiring the city lights to the east when a sudden storm rolls from the west. Next thing we know there is lightning flashing all around us and almost simultaneous thunder crashing. We rode down as fast as we could in the pouring rain, with momentary flashes of light followed by periods of complete darkness.

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    Saw a buddy of mine fillet his calf from his tendon about 12" up. All the muscle was exposed and the skin was folded back several inches. He looked like Iron Maiden Eddie.
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    The guy with compound fractures in both arms after slipping a pedal at the jumps. And the lady who lost her front teeth at the Denver Skate Park.

    Personally, first-base sliding through the berm in the lower pump track at Valmont. Full dirt-burn from wrists to elbows, both hip points shredded, and grated knees from slipped pads. I beat the throw, though--safe by a mile. Oh, and nailed the transfer later that day.

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    OK, not the most frightening at the time because it happened so fast, faster than you can say "oh sh........!!!!!"

    I'd climbed to the top of the Crested Butte ski area, all the way to the tippy top. Me and the lady climbing-machine lady I was riding with turned around, she disappeared downhill and I followed. I took the line to the right, caught some air and in mid-air realized I'd taken the line with the chain across the road. Locked up both wheels, landed skidding, the chain snagged me by my throat and, miraculously snapped. It's true. I rolled and tumbled to a stop but wasn't beheaded. Tough guy in those days I guess.

    For days my exploits were heralded in CB. First guy I saw thought I'd had a tracheotomy and was just chillin' in the mountains to recuperate. When I told him what happened I had instant street cred.
    So it seems to me to be, this thing that I think I see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomP View Post
    This is the article from Monday in local paper.

    Salida mountain biker sustains neck injury - TheMountainMail.com: Free Content

    Haven't heard any recent news. I don't know him but hear he's a really good guy.
    Good thing to read from that was this: "Lama’s friend Barry Blocker, Salida, was able to use his In Reach Satellite communicator to call for help".

    I carry one of these In Reach Communicators for when I travel off grid into the back country. It's a weighty device but could be a live saver. I hope that I never have to use it.

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    Never seen any really bad wrecks fortunately, but one of my best friends had a major heart attack last night right at the end of our weekly mtb ride (doing Blue Sky / Indian Summer at Horsetooth). Fortunately it looks like he is going to be OK but it was scary as sh*t. Really lucky it happened when / where it did (literally within site of the parking lot so the EMT's got to him quickly).

    We had no idea that it was a major 'event' as he wasn't in any real pain, was lucid, got into the ambulance under his own steam etc. Take home message for us was dont f*ck around if you even suspect it could be a heart attack, call in the cavalry.

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    I don't like this thread, not one bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagwhan View Post
    I don't like this thread, not one bit.
    And here I thought mountain biking was the safest thing a person could do. Sh!t could never happen when having so much fun, right?
    So it seems to me to be, this thing that I think I see.

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    Ripping a rocky fire road descent with a group -- came together with another rider. We were shoulder to shoulder and stayed on our bikes ... but our brake levers tangled and suddenly we were a tandem moving at warp speed and unable to stop. Rode it out and avoided a crash but it was a terrifying process to get things under control. Probably just 10 seconds but it felt like an eternity and I was convinced the whole time that we were both about to die.

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    Don't let my girlfriend read this thread, she'll never ride again...or let me ride, for that matter.
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    Another rider kicking over my open beer.

    F'in frightening.

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    Oh, and strange parking lot dude wanting to rub sage on my buddy's bald head to "ward off bugs".

    Funny cause it wasn't happening to me, frightening cause it was stranger-danger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    And here I thought mountain biking was the safest thing a person could do. Sh!t could never happen when having so much fun, right?
    If it was safe, it wouldn't be fun.
    I'm bored and at work or else I would be riding

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    OK, I didn't see any of *my* bad crashes, so they don't count. I've had stitches, multiple broken bones, and internal injuries bad enough for the ICU. No, not all at the same time. The thing about crashing is when it is *you* it never seems as epic as it does for those around you.

    I watched my 8 year old son on his 20" wheel MTB disappear over a lip onto a slope of over 45 degrees filled with basketball sized boulders wearing nothing but a tee shirt, shorts and an XC helmet. Even today it is unrideable even on our DH bikes. It was the longest 10 seconds of my life to get to where I could see him again. He was laying in a heap under his bike at the bottom of the slope yelling "I'm OK Dad! I'm OK!" He rode it out somehow all the way to the bottom! He was OK, but that was the most scared I've even been in my life.

    As far as actual injuries, I used to road race many moons ago and saw a couple of really bad head injuries happen right in front of me. Back in the dark ages a "bike helmet" was a set of leather straps that basically did nothing. That's why they were called "hairnets". You wouldn't believe the resistance and hysteria when the USCF mandated hardshell helmets. We were all going to die of heat exhaustion and our necks were going to snap in half because of the weight. I was also in a criterium one time that went through a residential neighborhood. The pack was cruising down a street at about 25mph and just as we went around a corner, a car came backing out of their driveway in front of us. About 20 riders hit the car and collapsed in a heap. It was surreal.

    Other than those, worst crash I ever saw was when I was 12. I was riding my Stingray with a friend who was on his. He went to do a low wheelie over a curb, and the front wheel went bouncing out because the nuts were loose (this is why they now have Lawyer's Lips on forks). The fork landed right on the curb, and he flipped over and hit face first on the concrete. We didn't have helmets in those days. Holy crap. I ran to the nearest house and they called the ambulance while another guy came out from another house and totally freaked. My buddy was out cold, crumpled in a ball and his head was in a pool of blood. He had a severe concussion, broken nose, broken cheekbone, and about 30 stitches in three cuts on his face. He didn't remember a thing.

    The most video-worthy MTB crash I ever saw was similar: a kid of about 12 coming off the ramp at Keystone that comes out of the woods right next to the lift. He launched off the ramp, and his front wheel went flying. I couldn't believe I was seeing a replay of my buddy 35 years earlier! When he landed, the fork augured in and he hit *hard*. We were on the lift and started yelling at some riders down the trail to go get medical help. When we got to the top we went down and they were working on him. He hit his head dang hard, and broke his arm, but he was OK otherwise.

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    I have 3 crashes I try not to remember seeing. They all remind me to enjoy riding at a fun speed, not at the edge speed.

    I have about 100 crashes that involve broken bones and stitches and separated this and that' that I "enjoyed" being part of either myself or the cleanup stage for someone else.

    Of those, I'll pick the torn ear. My buddy and I had a stitches contest 1 year back in my early 20's. I had 3 separate crashes giving me 8 stitches over about 3 inches of cuts, his wussy torn ear got 40 over like 5 mm. I clearly won, even thought I lost a six pack because he got more stitches.
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    Me ripping down a logging road in West Virginia at about 40mph. I was sitting on the top tube when the road went around a curve and the bike started skidding I grabbed some brakes and it just went faster. I hit the embankment on the side of the road got shot off the bike landing on my face and head. I crushed my helmet my front teeth came through my lower lip, and I shattered 2 vertebra in my back. I was apparently covered in blood and unable to move. Thankfully I had a friend with me that had passed her backwoods first responder test the week before. She stayed with me at the other people on the trip went back to get my truck. They had to drive me out and then get me to the Slatyfork medical center. So they could then get me to the university of WV. hospital. I actually walked in to the medical center and out of the university hospital with a broken back.

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    Coming back from fishing with friends when I was a kid. Fishing pole went through ones front wheel, OTB, end of handlebar went into his temple, core sampled his brain. I moved shortly after but he was still in the hospital with brain damage when I left. Don't know what happened to him.

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    On the "bike crash" theme...

    Bobby Labonte's streak of consecutive starts to end

    #1 I thought it was interesting that Bobby Labonte was an avid cyclist, I mean I know many auto/moto racers use cycling for training, I was just a little surprised...

    but then,
    #2 "Bobby Labonte's consecutive start streak will come to an end at 704 races." .... because of a bike crash....

    Whoa that's gotta suck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNormsk View Post
    Good thing to read from that was this: "Lama’s friend Barry Blocker, Salida, was able to use his In Reach Satellite communicator to call for help"...
    I was just getting a massage (to treat my most recent crash, go figure) and it turns out my massage therapist is a friend of Barry Blocker's and an acquaintance of Lama's.

    He fractured his C2 vertebrae, but his spine is OK. He isn't going to be paralyzed. Apparently the worst complication is that some of the broken bone was very close to his carotid artery. Didn't cut the artery (he probably would have bled out before anybody could do anything for him) but there is some concern about blood clots. He's on blood thinners but isn't in the hospital.
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    Out in the thick woods of NY, had a friend leading down a decent. Massive scream and a snap later... Hidden log on the ground had a branch sharpened out that went 99.9% of the way through his shin & in-between the bones in his lower leg and came so close to poking through the other side that could see through the skin. Pulled the 1/2" around stick out and saw the darkest colored blood i've ever seen roll out of someones leg. Hastily bandaged up, got a 4 wheeler and a quick trip to the hospital. Took him months for the hole in the leg and the muscles to heal up. Couldn't really be sewn up as it was too wide... Also took us a dang long time to not be terrified of every stick we passed on the trail.

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    I'm really starting to question my decision to ride alone most of the time, and it sounds like I've been very lucky in the one year I've been riding....only one OTB...towards the middle sandy wash I took a corner a little fast, tires slid out, then caught, followed by locking brakes and my body launching over the bars. Managed to land on a nice soft pile of pea gravel. Worst wreck I've been a bystander for was a buddy going slow motion over the bars when his front tire got stuck during a decent of longhorn. The sound of his helmet hitting rock made me cringe, but there was next to no damage to him, his bike, or his helmet. Sounds like I, or someone I'm riding with, is due for a bad wreck. Of couse my lack of a good story could be because I ride like a weenie.

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    had a stupid 3mph crash that resulted in having to ride a busted ankle about 6 and a half miles downhill from the top of Mary Jane to the base lodge at Winter Park because most of the resort staff were gone for the day. This was back in 2001 so of course I was riding my Klein Team Attitude hardtail with the 2" travel Judy fork, super cushy for busted ankle transport lemme tell ya :P

    worst crash I've ever witnessed period was a woman who augered into a guard rail on a 40mph descent off the top of the dam at the Carter Lake road race. They say she was killed instantly. Happened in the field I was racing in, over a dozen years ago, and I still get the heebie jeebies on that descent to this day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wicket? View Post
    <snip> Sounds like I, or someone I'm riding with, is due for a bad wreck.
    Or not. I've gone 20+ years without anything worse than a sprained ankle. It was a pretty good sprain, but not particularly dramatic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles View Post
    Or not. I've gone 20+ years without anything worse than a sprained ankle. It was a pretty good sprain, but not particularly dramatic.
    Bro, you must not be sending it!

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    Went down five weeks ago on my Yeti - fractured clavicle, 11 ribs, punc lung, hemo AND pneumothorax with pulmonary contusion....shitty day!!!!!
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    Re: Most Frightening Thing You've Seen Happen on a Ride?

    Well... I took my ex GF's best freind out for a ride back in my first year of college. She didn't have a bike and we got her a rental wich was too big for her but the only one they had. I lead the group letting people know what was ahead when I hear some one wreck behind me.

    As it turns out, she crashed into a rock and her vigina went flying into the headset. One of her viginal lips got cut open, required several stiches (i forgot the amount) and Idk if she ever rode a bike after that... Broken vaginas are preety scarry if you ask me

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    About ten years ago, screaming down Apex trail on a weekday afternoon--I was going too fast and toward the bottom I went down a dip that comes up to a blind-ish corner to face . . . King Arthur and his Court. No kidding--here comes a troop in full Renaissance regalia, in the lead a knight with a six foot lance follow by someone in a purple robe with a four foot claymore sword. I had no time to react, so I swerved which took me off the trail at full speed. I was going too fast and it was too rough to even grab brakes, so I just held on (was on a titanium hardtail with a 2.5" fork). After 50' or so I hit a two foot boulder and rolled. I never unclipped for the first summersault, and then the bike slammed and I unclipped and summersaulted again. The jarring left my right shoulder separated and led to my having to quit coaching baseball and softball. Still can't throw well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRage43 View Post
    Bro, you must not be sending yourself to the hospital!
    Fixed that for you. And yes, you are correct...

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    Most Frightening Thing You've Seen Happen on a Ride?

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    Don't let my girlfriend read this thread, she'll never ride again...or let me ride, for that matter.
    Yeah same here. I don't like this thread at all!


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMTbiker89 View Post
    Yeah same here. I don't like this thread at all!


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    Aside from the guy and 2 girls getting it on along the trail by Confluence Park, not much...
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