What are some typical non fatal motorcycle crash injuries?

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  • What are some typical non fatal motorcycle crash injuries?


Answer #1 | 20/03 2017 15:37
any one you did not die from
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Answer #2 | 21/03 2017 16:27
THE BEST video about motorcycle crashes --
Positive: 41.666666666667 %
Answer #3 | 19/03 2017 15:14
Depends on the severity of the crash. It can be anything from some minor road rash or bruising ( if the crash happened at low speed ) to broken bones, paralysis, internal bleeding, etc. It's not the fall off of the bike that causes the most injury, it's the impact with another object ( car, wall, tree, etc ) and/or being hit by another vehicle while on the ground that causes the most traumatic injuries.
Positive: 41.666666666667 %
Answer #4 | 19/03 2017 21:57
Maybe not typical- but personal: broken ribs, broken collar bones, road rash on arms, legs, head-- head injuries can bleed a lot, look worse than actual damage. Concussions noted as sort of common- so that might be 'typical. Don't ride with Black Jack (Daniels), he can be a trouble maker.
Positive: 44.444444444444 %
Answer #5 | 19/03 2017 15:32
Road rash would be a big one.
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Answer #6 | 19/03 2017 20:35
Definition of "crash": (of a vehicle) collide violently with an obstacle or another vehicle. Typical injuries -- bruise, joint dislocations, bone breaks, internal injuries. Non-crash "accidents" would be "drops" and generally only involves abrasion.
Positive: 40 %
Answer #7 | 19/03 2017 17:26
Skinned knee. Skinned elbow. Broken collar bone. Broken wrist. Broken finger, Smashed toe nail. All while doin' it in the dirt. Preventative riding has kept me free of street accidents. I recommend that every new rider of street bikes to take the MSF basic riders course. That should be a prerequisite before obtaining a motorcycle license.
Positive: 36.363636363636 %
Answer #8 | 19/03 2017 19:55
You can bust your yaya's.
Positive: 36.363636363636 %
Answer #9 | 21/03 2017 00:45
Bottom jaw ripped off
Positive: 37.5 %
Answer #10 | 20/03 2017 20:35
No such thing as typical. Mostly DNA spread out across the pavement. A broken neck or back is not fatal but does put a crimp into your remaining existence. Broken hand, arm, leg, foot, ribs. If you can imagine it you can do it on a bike. We heal and forget. The scars remain.
Positive: 33.333333333333 %
Answer #11 | 19/03 2017 16:02
I have broken my left wrist twice (not serious fractures, but still took some time to heal), various scrapes, cuts and some spectacular rainbow bruises.
Positive: 20 %

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