So, what not to do on your bicycle on your way home from work after a late shift.
1) hit a kerb
2) fall off your bike
3) break your collar bone
4) break your collar bone so badly it needs six screws and a metal plate.
5) cry like a girl.
I think crying is totally valid.
Not even with the crash and injury.
But damn, that looks harsh. Hope you're healing well.
Ooooooh, that brought a tear to my eye
Taking it like a man . . . . .
Gnarly. Is it titanium?
Tried my party trick and put a magnet on it but it didn't hold, could be be titanium.
Heal up soon, treeman.
Looks like an Acumed midshaft plate which is indeed titanium. No expense spared for the forumengers
Sounds to me like the perfect excuse to embark on a Ti bike project.
Ah, I must admit, I do have a wee linskey TI ready to roll.
Could this be classed as mechanical doping ? Hummm.
Don't forget to colour match any anodised parts for maximum style points (your plate is blue)
Oh, the linskey is lime gold. Must get the plate changed. . . . . second thoughts it would be less painful to change the paint.
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