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Old 12-18-2008, 11:43 PM   #21
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Mine was while running the Mike Kidd Arenacross Series back in 1988, Guthrie, OK., on an ATV. Cased a triple, broke both my arms. Never fell off the bike. Just rolled to a stop, with limp arms.

Both arms in casts, 6 weeks, couldn't wipe my .
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Old 12-18-2008, 11:47 PM   #22
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Old 12-18-2008, 11:55 PM   #23
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Old 12-18-2008, 11:57 PM   #24
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On a bike...

Amanda and a few others know the details but I paid for a bike before I ever owned one. Wrecked it on a slide out in California. It was built, yellow and a cbr. I had to buy the helmet, back protector, 1pc and gloves. Boots were salvagable. It was on a track and I fought the slide so I injured the shoulder I already had a pinched nerve in. All in all, other then nice raw rashes on my legs, shoulder and forearms(inside) I came out great.

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Old 12-19-2008, 12:18 AM   #25
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Prob have to be on the old step up at 3 palms before the finish line. Over shot it the lap before so I backed off a little that lap and clipped the top, at least thats what I was told. All I know is I woke up on the ground with a broken $400 helmet and chest protector. Had a nice concussion but did not brake anything.
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Old 12-19-2008, 07:21 AM   #26
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Dirt bikes seem to be the winners here.. mine as well. Riding a friends YZ490 on our practice track, I don't remember anything after putting on the helmet and him telling me about mud after one of the jumps. From what I am told, I was WFO in 3rd across some whoops and the rear tire started stepping out. He weighed about 75 lbs more than me at the time and the rear was too stiff. Ended up a tank slapper, then high side, then me over the bars head first into the ground like a lawn dart. Then the bike flipped over and the rear tire landed on my chest, with a stuck throttle in 3rd gear. They said it just died when it hit me then fell over. Split the helmet in half and I woke up 3 days later in the hospital with a nice tire mark on my chest and cracked ribs.
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Old 12-19-2008, 08:35 AM   #27
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dirt bikes are the devil. While probably easier to NOT DIE on, they will ur up.
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Old 12-19-2008, 08:43 AM   #28
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Old 12-19-2008, 08:44 AM   #29
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ive had a couple broken bones from wreck but the sickest feeling wreck i can remember was also at 3 palms in conroe ( haha go figure).. it was just practice day no racing so i was having fun doing a couple whips over the finish line tabletop. the last time over the jump i was busting a fat whip and came up short. I cased the jump still sideways which made my bike bounce over the landing and i landed completely sideways at about 45 mph. the tire dug in, compressed the rear shock, then shot me about 10-15ft. up and 30ft. outwards for a nice little tumbling stop.

amazingly i got up and walked away and my bike only suffered from scratches and f*ed bars
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Old 12-19-2008, 08:48 AM   #30
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dirt bikes are the devil. While probably easier to NOT DIE on, they will ur up.
Yeah, I have broken ribs, hands, etc on MX bikes...crashing 100s of times, but street bikes have never hurt me.
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Old 12-19-2008, 09:40 AM   #31
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Mine was up in New Waverly. Been there dozens of times and this time found a little used trail. Here's a clue to this story, now just before I found this trail I'd told my son (at the time he rode a PW50) to never ever go fast somewhere new.

I go screaming down the new trail in sixth and what do I see? A roughly 3X3 foot wide/deep gorge. The KDX 250 was pretty fast, but had no pop like a MX'r, especially in top gear. I followed the mantra "When in doubt, gas it!", moved as far rearward as possible and missed clearing the far side by about two inchs with the rear tire. I came to with the helmet cocked semi sideways and choking me. Tried to stand and fell back down...gave it a second and got up feeling like I had been tied in a knot. No broken bones, but sore for a week and odd bruise colors from knees to head (great boots).

The KDX was undamaged, but took a bit to restart. I fessed up to my son as soon as I returned to camp, BTW.

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I was in a roll over accident (not my fault) and split my head open and ground my elbow to the bone. doctors removed a section of abdominal muscle to cover elbow(muscle flap) and then a skin graft to cover muscle. 2 weeks in the hospital and 5 surguries later I still have my arm.
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well, since I'd hate to look like a total dumbass/attention and post about breaking a nail or something;

I was still a popo at the time, and was heading down the beltway when I noticed I was running out of gas. after a 16 hour day I was tired and tried to turn the reserve on. when I couldn't get it to work I looked down and hit an unexpected patch of gravel on the road, the beltway being new a the time. I lowsided and slid into the retaining wall. I was in uniform and got rashed up, and so did the bike. but when I righted the bike the last of the fuel leaked out. so I stand there bleeding all over the place and try and flag down passing wreckers with my flashlight, and they just ignore me. by the way, fVck wreckers. a nice guy in a van stopped and took me to a gas station while I bled all over his seats. he was a biker too, and said he always stopped to help guys out. probably why I still do it. bike was still there when he dropped me off with the gas. nice guy, wouldn't even let me help him clean the blood out. I made it to the hospital on my own after that.
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A few years ago I had a room mate and one of his buddies on my couch so I could't sit and watch football one sunday. I decided to go up to a sports bar and ended up getting wasted. My girl at the time was a waitress and met me around 10:00. I don't know what time we left but she was getting Jack n the box on the way home and I never showed up. I must have thought it was a good idea to ride whoolies while wasted. I woke up 4 days later in ICU with a tube in my weenie. Good times
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