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Now This Is Cool....

Feb 15 2006 / Wednesday

David BaileyDB

David Bailey is a true motocross legend. Almost 20 years ago he sustained a riding injury that left him unable to walk; yesterday DB got back on a bike and rode again for the first time since his crash. Ricky James, who also lost the use of his legs to a spinal cord injury, modified his old race bike so it can be ridden without the use of foot controls, instead using a custom seat, frame-mounted nerf bars (incase they fall over), an automatic clutch, lever-operated rear brake, and some foot trays that he can strap his feet into.

I thought this was really cool and inspirational and thought y'all might want to check out these videos of their ride at Lake Elsinore....

Transworld MX videos of DB and Ricky...with interviews

Riding vid of DB


7 Comments Now This Is Cool....

  1. thats freekin awesom!

    joe
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  2. That is so kool i would have done the same if i had lost the use of my legs! that is so awsome!

    ~ Haley ~
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  3. I BET HE STILL RIDES BETTER THEN ALOT OF PEOPLE OUT THERE TO. YOU CAN MESS SOME DUDES UP WITH THOSE CUSTOM ROLL BARS.

    BORNDIRTY
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  4. thanks

    yacine
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  5. Life throws all kind of obstacles your way, obviously these guys are stuborn and love to ride!
    I salute you and enjoy, well done!

    240 ICHDIEN
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  6. yeeeeeaaaaa boooooooyyyyy

    wylie jaggli
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  7. im glad he can ride again , i dont know wut i would do if i couldnt ride !!!

    someone
    Posted: 8 years ago,

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