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April 09, 1998

MUD


The bridge didn't have a good approach. About fifteen feet from the bridge, the rear wheel skidded on a patch of red clay mud that was run-off from yesterday's rains. I wasn't able to avoid this mud and the bike flipped over to the right and I flew over the bike onto the bike path.

I scraped the skin below my right elbow and on my right knee. The cut's were not too deep. The only major damage was done to my cycling tights and rain pants.

I praised the L-RD that the bicycle was damaged. It took about twenty minutes to clean and patch up my wounds. While I was working on patching up the wounds, four people walked past me but they didn't offer any assistance.

I walked the bike about a mile down the highway into Denham, NC. At a gas station, I was able to contact with another cyclist in Hillsborough who came and picked me up for the night.




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