P-run Solo, 2012 Baja 1000

Discussion in 'Racing' started by cross-country, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. neduro

    neduro Addict Super Moderator

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    Suck!

    Sorry for the bad news, Tony...
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  2. enduro-ince

    enduro-ince dirtslave

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    You should of said three wheeler, no helmet (But a thick cotton bandana, you're not that stoopid), half a warm bud light in hand, snot nosed kid hanging on for dear life in the basket, wife beater, flip flops, doing doughnies in the parking lot of gemini bridges, where there were a lot of people watching.

    That or that a mtn biker clothes lined you on Sovereign.
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  3. woodzrider

    woodzrider Been here awhile

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    +1 on that. Last time I augered, EVERY doc and nurse that saw me asked that same question "were you wearing a
    helmet?" "Hell yes I was....I was in full moto gear!!!!!" Otherwise things might have been worse.That question got old quick...

    Hope for you a quick recovery!
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  4. B1KSOLO

    B1KSOLO A Proud Deplorable

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    that's funny, I want to party with you
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  5. cross-country

    cross-country .

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    It's like you were right there when it happened!

    No, I think it was the blow to my hand/arm that caused all the damage, not a direct blow to my shoulder.

    Hey Rob! Thanks, something you have to expect in this sport, me thinks.

    :freaky

    Fo rizz

    It's like you were right there when it happened!

    Thanks! Cheers
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  6. ColoradoV-Strom

    ColoradoV-Strom HEY Y'ALL WATCHIS!!

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    Hope surgery goes well. Heal quick!
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  7. beechum1

    beechum1 Dandole Gas al Burro

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  8. Goofy Footer

    Goofy Footer Been here awhile

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    +1 I've been following this thread and am bummed to read about your crash.

    I'll distract you with bike questions...! Can you compared the 250x vs the 350? I'd love to hear your thoughts! :ear
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  9. cross-country

    cross-country .

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    That's funny shit Beechum.

    My old teamate (19 year old punk) told me I would need 2 Surgeries, 1 to fix my shoulder and another to remove the sand from my vagina. Fucker.




    Goofy, I have only ridden 1 Crf250X and it was bone stock and therefore very clogged up and slow. I really dont have a concept of what they are capable of. I love the 350, the motors are tough, the FI is dialed, they handle awesome, and they are surprisingly powerfull. The one I raced in the 500 was stock other than suspension mods and a fuel filter/hand guards/skidplate/ect.
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  10. VxZeroKnots

    VxZeroKnots Long timer

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    Shoulder surgeries are tough, but it is a going to take a real magician to completely de-sand your hoo-hah. I hope those fancy Vail Dr's are up to the the task and have the right equipment. :rofl

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  11. enduro-ince

    enduro-ince dirtslave

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    That should do it..........eventually. :lol3 Hope it goes good for you today TG!!

    Give us an update when you can.
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  12. theantipaul

    theantipaul Reforming Neandertal

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    Is it today? Good luck Antonchu.
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  13. toddler

    toddler Unpronouncible

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    I'm sure the surgery will go great Tony!

    But, if the surgery team has "safety third" stickers on ANYTHING I'd get a bit worried.:lol3
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  14. cross-country

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    Surgery got pushed to tomorrow. I'm anxious to get it behind me and start prepping for the Mex1k!
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  15. frog

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    You may want to take a marker and write other shoulder on your good one just in case the doc is having a bad day.:lol3
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  16. Gale B.T.

    Gale B.T. Long timer

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    Good luck on the surgery Tony, sure hope all goes well. Take care, do the rehab, all of it and that shoulder will be 100%.

    I think around Nov. 14th I will still wear my 2009 Baja # 154 t shirt and strut around Pagosa just for support!:lol3

    Best of luck,
    gale
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  17. beechum1

    beechum1 Dandole Gas al Burro

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    fixed.
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  18. Hayduke

    Hayduke ///SAFETY THIRD/// Super Moderator

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    Damn. Just saw this, Tony. Get well soon.
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  19. cross-country

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    Thanks Duke!

    Sliced, diced, stapled and screwed. Finally on the road to recovery!
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  20. woodzrider

    woodzrider Been here awhile

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    YEP! I remember wearing one of those shoulder slings just like that. They also gave me an ice chest with a pump to
    pump ice water through a gizmo that wraps around your shoulder so you have constant coolness on your shoulder.
    loved it.
    Good luck and do the P.T.
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