• 09-27-2012
    innovator8
    Whistler September 14 horrendous crash!
    Hi guys, so I went to whistler for my first time on September 14, I rode for five hours until I hit a jump too fast on crank it up, (just before the progressive drops area), I landed way on my front wheel well past the transition and wound up spending a few days in hospital with torn AC joint in shoulder and bruising on my hip so bad that I lost over two units of blood causing me to pass out when ever I sat or stood up.

    The crash happened about 415 in the afternoon and I'm hoping that someone got it on video.

    If anyone happened to get that crash on video, I'd love to see it!

    Thank you.

    Jeff

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  • 09-28-2012
    kauaibullit
    heal up!
  • 09-28-2012
    innovator8
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by kauaibullit View Post
    heal up!

    Thanks, I'll be off the bike for likely 6 Weeks.

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  • 10-17-2012
    metalaficionado
    silly rabbit... bikes are for riding not flying
  • 10-27-2012
    viotek
    Ouch. Get well soon!
  • 10-27-2012
    innovator8
    thanks, seen doctor yesterday, I have full range of motion on my grade three AC seperation in shoulder, still can't do any lifting but he said I can start riding again, just don't cash he says.
    Going to Duthie tomorrow morning!

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  • 11-29-2012
    RobinGB
    i love mountain bikers...


    i ended up in hospital.... but does anyone have it on cam?..


    lol you have hair on your peaches dude, heal up and get back out there.
  • 11-29-2012
    innovator8
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by RobinGB View Post
    i love mountain bikers...


    i ended up in hospital.... but does anyone have it on cam?..


    lol you have hair on your peaches dude, heal up and get back out there.

    Thanks man, I'm back at it, didn't really lose anything as far as willingness to take jumps but am trying to be a little more conscious about my speed and landing.