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Post by Ralph on Sat Jan 28, 2012 6:53 am

nate, I see they have an outlet for force field in Crickhowell.If you have the action shirt do you have to buy anything to go with it to protect the ribs?
I take it you done your ribs at some time otherwise you wouldn't know about keeping away from joke tellers. cheers
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Post by Miller on Mon Jan 30, 2012 2:52 pm

shocker wrote:I got some 'Forcefield' stuff for £150 affraid at the bike show, and hope to never find out how good they say it is!

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Maybe 3 broken collar bones, a dislocated collar bone (i didn't know that one was possible until too late either!) a broken shoulder, an arm and several ribs too late for me though lol!


That was one unlucky ride
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Post by phil990 on Tue Jan 31, 2012 5:49 pm

Dicky wrote:Most of us run something like this

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All over protection in one hit and fits under a jacket in winter or shirt in summer

Much to hot for me! I use normal MX type back and front and side protection with netting over the shoulders. Super lite and lets a bit of air circulate between Jacket and shirt!

Or as our Cap'n says, get some built in air bags...
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