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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-30-2014, 04:41 PM Thread Starter
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Sh1t goes wrong faster doing downhill, than riding an RR on the track. Some of my worst wrecks were on road bikes, but I still love them.
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I've personally been hurt worse riding bmx than any other thing in my entire life actually. I still have large scars from chains snapping twice. Ended up using a dirt bike chain, Think it was a 425 pitch for good after those instances. A helmet really isn't even enough protection for that kind of riding, if you go down at 25-30mph on any bicycle without any gear, you're going to get hurt. Down near the beach about a couple miles away from my place I've clocked myself going 43 mph down hill, kind of unsafe really.
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