Hope you heal quickly without any other problems.
And I was thinking you were about ready for a trip 50 miles North.
Sancho's Horse wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zdg3NfgULmY
Sorry to hear about your crash. I couldn't seem to get the video to post correctly, but if you follow the link, I hope the video makes you feel a little better!
docnjoj wrote:Was that what caused your crash or because of your crash?
regmeister wrote:I crashed yesterday because of loose steering and pilot error. Some road rash on my forearm and a super sore shoulder. Luckily I wasn't going too fast.
Sancho's Horse wrote:I had a situation (not sure if I would call it a crash, more of a forced running dismount into a Pete Rose slide) which seemed to be caused by nothing more than holding one handlebar (other was holding coffee which survived with only a third spillage) too loosely. The speed caused the wheel to want to follow the path of least resistence, and once it got past a certain no return point it spontaneously commited to a full turn. The bikes commitment to the turn was apparently stronger than my hands commitment to preventing it. The bike had the element of surprise though.
Riding a trike can be a little bit like taming a wild horse. Don't forget you have a wild beast between your legs.
ddk wrote:new fork fixes trike... old man gets caught in rain... more at 11
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