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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by M&P Shooter, Jun 21, 2012.
Was he wearing a helmet?
Sorry to hear about your friend. Hoping for a full recovery.
How did he fall off his bike?
Prayers sent. tom.
Sorry to hear about your good friend.
Activities like bicycling & horseback riding become much riskier after 40 or 50. Even minor falls are much more likely to result in serious injury.
A friend of mine (in his early 70's) likes to ride motorcycles - both dirt & street. He was proceeding after stopping at a stop sign, going about 5 miles/hr. when he drove over a small puddle of water. There was some algae on the surface of the street that he couldn't have seen & the bike slipped. He landed on his shoulder & needed surgery to repair it. In his 40's, he fell of dirt bikes many times without much injury.
Prayer said. Best wishes, for you and your friend.
Almosty the exact same thing happened to my aunt, about 15-20 years ago (fell off bike, head injury and stroke). She has never fully recovered, mentally. She functions, but more like somebody with alzheimers.
Thoughts and prayers sent.
Sorry to hear that...best wishes for a proper recovery.
Sorry to hear about your friend. Prayers for him, his family and friends. He sounds like a truly good person.
Sorry to hear that. I hope he has a full recovery.
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That is very sad.
I use to think that helmets were pretty dorky. . But now I would not even ride my razor scooter without one. . .
All the best to your friend M&P, i hope he pulls through allright.
Thanks everybody, I am trying to get a update but nothing yet.
Just found this post. Extremely and profoundly sorry to read of your friend's injury. I have been riding bicycles since 1998. I've had a couple of crashes... due to blown tires, etc. And... once I got knocked down by a truck. Happily... no serious injuries. But now I will be wearing a helmet and pads. Bones, etc. don't heal so well once you get past fifty. Will keep your friend in my thoughts and prayers.