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    Trip to the trail moves elbow gaurds to the top of my purchase list.

    Ate in hard in a gravel corner and slid on my chest and elbows for about 15ft. Thankfully I had on knee pads. Forgot the gloves at home unfortunately. I also snapped the rear brake assembly off the hadle bar. Broke the mount in half.
    Trip to the trail moves elbow gaurds to the top of my purchase list.-dirtyelbow.jpg

    Trip to the trail moves elbow gaurds to the top of my purchase list.-dirtyhand.jpg

    Trip to the trail moves elbow gaurds to the top of my purchase list.-dirtyotherelbow.jpg

    This is after I got them cleaned up
    Trip to the trail moves elbow gaurds to the top of my purchase list.-cleanelbow.jpg

    Trip to the trail moves elbow gaurds to the top of my purchase list.-cleanhand.jpg

    Trip to the trail moves elbow gaurds to the top of my purchase list.-cleanotherelbow.jpg
    Last edited by Qubo_2408; 05-14-2012 at 05:58 PM.
    All I know is......I don't know.

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    Good work!

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    Honestly.... I think I'd rather break my wrist again than have that happen. That's gonna suck for a long time

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    Sorry to see that. Helmet and gloves are priority one for me to go on a ride. After that come Knee/shins and elbows. Hope that heals up quick.

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