I’m glad you’re overcoming your fear. Broken scapula sounds like a very painful recovery. I can’t wait to get back on the bike. Problem is that my wife disapproved the motorcycle from day one and made me promise to quit if I crash. She’s been reminding me of that promise every day. It’s possible this is it for me and riding, or at least for a long time.Had a similar crash a few year ago (low side). Helmet and other gear looked a lot like yours (broken scapula, lots of contusions). My reason for posting is that it took the joy out of riding from me for over a year. Wasn’t sure if I’d ever get back, but with some help from several track instructors and being patient, the joy came back and my fear subsided. If you don’t have any significant psychological downtime great! But if you do, there’s ways to get past it.
Yep. Gotta recognize the mistake, put the ego aside, and learn from it. My initial reaction was to blame the bump, it was the bump what made me crash. And that would be correct if I didn’t know there was a bump there. But I knew about the bump and went in too fast anyway.One key is to recognize your mistakes and try not to repeat them,
but go on to new and different mistakes.
We all make mistakes. Learn from them and ride safe.
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