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Motorcycle Super Hero – Becomes Spartan Super Athlete — 6 Comments

  1. Hi Dave, love your site and love this post. What a truly amazing and inspirational story.
    I’ve risen bikes for most of my life and still ride a Harley.
    The worst accident I had was in the late ’80s and I was in a coma for 3 days; thankfully I have not had an accident for a great number of years.

    But you never know when it could happen. Stories like this can definitely lift the spirits of anybody that has suffered a serious motorcycle accident.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Ride safe buddy,


    • Hi Abdusalam, Sounds like you were very lucky indeed. Some people don’t come out of a coma for years. I bet you rode safer after that. I shattered my scapula and clavical (collarbone and shoulder) when I was 15, racing a 195 on my Yamy YZ125 and a long way in front of him. I got speed wobbles in the soft sand, went over the handlebars and my dirt bike came and sat on my shoulder. But once your hooked on motorbikes, I doesn’t go away. Graeme has proven that to be true. Have a great day. Dave

    • Hi Thomas, I believe there are many people without a disability that would not have the drive and mental determination to even compete in the Spartan. I ran a 25 km half marathon and I was limping the next day. I did notice the damage on his legs in the photo, so after what he went through, he deserves to wear his medal proudly. Have a great day. Dave

  2. This is such a great story to hear.

    I have a cousin who suffers from a medical condition and I always fear if he will be able to participate in certain activities when he grows up.

    I’m so happy to hear about something like this. I will definitely pass it on. Thanks for the information.

    • Hi Kashia, Thank you for reading Graeme’s story. I am glad it has encouraged you to know that your cousin will be able to do whatever he desires, if he wants it enough. I am glad it encouraged you. Have an awesome day. Dave

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