Not only did I read it, I showed it to my PT. He agreed about the pedaling motion, but because of the complicated nature of the surgery and the nerve trauma, he kept me from riding outside.
The only thing that he has asked me to do is to take my riding a step at a time. In other words, I started riding on the road, then progressed to slowly riding the flat trails, and slowly increasing my speed as the muscles got (are getting) stronger. I clipped back in this Monday for the first time, and maybe will consider riding Boyette pretty soon (THREAD TOPIC
). I noticed right away the muscle that controls my ability to pull my foot up, which is the muscle that was not firing until about for weeks ago, was getting a great work out.
My Alafia debut will be on the 20th of May, with the club. I will not be riding Rabbit Ears although I plan to bring a sharpie to sign my own personal rock. Perhaps I will ride Boyette before then (THREAD TOPIC
At any rate I am thrilled to be riding and getting filthy again. My wife made me change in the garage last night, so I must be doing something right!!!
To all of you guys that have bee riding with the club over the last few months, if you are going to be at this Sunday's ride at Trout Creek, please introduce yourself. I am looking forward to meeting you all!
P.S. Has anyone heard from Ken? Did he disappear?