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How to climb back onto the saddle after being thrown over the handlebars

Yesterday I went for a cycle along the Spruit. In the area around Delta Park I hit a donga and was thrown over the handlebars. A donga is a rut caused by erosion. I dislocated my shoulder because I had fallen with my full body weight on it and had to call for an ambulance. The paramedics put me on a drip and administered morphine. I was then transported to emergency where I was x-rayed and luckily had no broken bones. My ligaments were severely strained. The doctor's advice was man up and at least you were having fun when it happened.

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