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Hi there,

I can't speak as a transplant recipient but can as a kidney cancer survivor, with only one kidney and adrenal gland. I had similar fears when considering the bike. But Lynn put things in perspective for me: she lost a beautiful, healthy 17-year-old neice in a freak one-car accident 15 years ago on a sunny day. She was only 3 doors from her home. So things happen. In contrast, think of the older (more experienced!) riders we have among us--they've been riding for decades without a problem, many of them.

So I do ride, I take all the precautions I can, don't ride if I feel too tired, but I do ride. It's added so much to my life, including great stress reduction, in the month we've had our 400.

Hope this helps...

Bryna
 
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