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how in the hell did that happen and what did you do!!!!!!

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Looks just like my leg when my brother hit me head-on with his four-wheeler last year! The bike landed on mine....hope yah fell better man!

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Just Had The Exact Same Problem

Not Quite That Bad But I Thought I Was Gunna Have To Get My Leg Drained Of Some Thing

Colar Bone Still Healing From Breaking It In The Same Wreck

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where were u when u crashed? cause i was at rocky hill on sunday and this one guy on a honda crashed pretty good in the whoops and then later i saw him on the ground after the 2nd table. was that u? im in CT too

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Yep WRider21........that was my debut into the jackass movie.....96 V amateur on a CRF 450...oh and don't try to triple into those whoops until they harden up! (it was more like a double and a half in). Dam them Michelin's have hard knobs when your leg in gets stuck in the swingarm and the motor is reving!!!!!

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You can see the knee brace lines around the bruise. I think they helped. I use the EVS SX 01. The abrasion is where the hinge is located and around the knee cap you can see the plastic knee cap line. I always wear full protection including full riding gear, chest protector, Tech 8 boots, knee braces and a neck roll. I'm ok and walking around today. It may be a week or so before I master them new whoops!!!!!

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WRider 21.....Sorry my mistake.........That was another guy....I actually helped him up and off the track (after my crash). That was Glenns bike on the ground #336. That rider only rung his bell. Other then a minor concussion he was ok.

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