I went to go visit Scotty the other day, he wanted to show you guys off his new progress and it is truly amazing to see how much progress he is made in such a short little time. This is coming from someone who's there on the day of the crash and witnessed it I personally believe it is an absolute miracle that Scotty how far he has come in only a couple of weeks!
We have done makeshift high jump and this time we decided to do make shift long jump and it worked just as well. Things got a little weird when I decided to put my body in the makeshift jump pile people to possible pick me as one of there ramp pieces.
Ryan Guettler put on such a rad contest at Vans skatepark in Orange California to get everyone to show support for Scotty Cramner. This contest was thrown by riders for riders, This is how bmx contests should be! Not a corporate invitational contest, this was for the kids and to help bring everyone together to show we are standing with Scotty!
Well we were in CANADA all in skatepark held a jam and a laid back contest. The owner wanted all of us to get in on the fun so thats exactly what we did we all just had a much fun as we possibly could.
So Scotty called me from the hospital and said Big Boy I need you down at the hospital asap! I said Why? Because we are putting my teeth back in. That is enough said right there. NONE OF US ARE DENTIST.
Scotty Cranmer (and many others) enjoy riding BMX race bikes. Intended for use on a variety of challenging surfaces, both on-road and off-road, this equipment does not always withstand accidents well. Scotty Cranmer recently posted a video online discussing his recovery from life- threatening injuries he sustained while riding.
His account reveals both the unbridled enthusiasm of dedicated BMX hobbyists and the potential hazards involved in biking over randomly selected and potentially unsuitable off-road locations.