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Fri, Aug 18, 2006 23:08
Bicycle Accident ?
After a biking accident (broke right clavicle and developed subdural hematoma, am now spinning on a Johnny G stationary bike. Am working at this 4 days a week.

Completed P/T for clavicle and had hematoma drained. Am back at 99.9%. Anyone else have bike accident? How are you coping, progresssing??

Sun, Aug 27, 2006 21:08
Bicycle Accident
Every discussion by or about bicyclists always gets around to this topic. They say if you haven't broken a clavicle yet you haven't been cycling long enough.

This is why we wear helmets. They really do work and unlike your clavicle that will heal just fine, a traumatic brain injury is for life. Even a minor closed head concussion can change your personality.

It is interesting that many people are very concerned about being hit from behind by a motor vehicle. Actually, unless you ride on rural roads after dark, you will most likely get hit by a car that turns into you. To avoid this most common motorist caused crash you need to be as visible as possible. Bright clothes and a riding postion in the wheel track of the passenger side helps a lot.

panolkim panolkim
Fri, Oct 14, 2022 11:10

Aparte de la negligencia, en ocasiones, los conductores no siguen las reglas de conducción y carretera de manera apropiada. Si se determina que una de las partes ha infringido esas normas, tendrá que hacerse responsable del accidente automovilístico.

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