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The MXA wrecking crew admires the "Little Big Men" of motocross. We use their products and are impressed with their ingenuity. Smallbusiness owners, whether at a donut shop or a motocross graphics company, are manned by brave people who desire to make their own decisions, take their own risks and, hopefully, reap the rewards of their efforts. Meet Colin Albertyn.
Josh Sundqvist tweets that finally his wrists will have a huge weight lifted off them this week as his new smartCRUTCHES, and here's a video of him reviewing the crutches and the difference they make for Amputees.
Chad Reed of SX/MX tweeted a pic of his injured right knee and got his Crutches right away. We wish him good luck for the surgery and a speedy recovery with the new crutches he'll be back on his bike in no time!
KK.org went ahead and wrote a fantastic review of our crutches. I just love the way the article starts "These are the best crutches in the world, no hyperbole." So put us to the test, our crutches will make your rehabilitation bearable while you concentrate of your recovery. They have 2 testimonials on their website which we are very proud of!
Blogging on the web and microblogging are slowly taking over our day to day conversations. We do not speak as much as we text, but that makes it permanent and we can be incredibly proud of the crutches we produce and the lives that we change. Here is a website for the Ehlers-Danlos community blogging about our crutches and finding that their mobility improves dramatically with our smart crutches.
But its our friends in the Motocross and BMX industry who keep the crutches business alive with their death defying stunts not always succeeding every time. Ask Fat Tony and check our Ex-pat Pro Racer Greg Albertyn discuss the new smartCRUTCH.