Cycling After Hip Replacement Video

A short video, “cycling after hip replacement,” Garry’s first ride after full hip replacement. It’s only been a week since Garry underwent hip replacement surgery. But he’s already back out and about on his bike! Making a nuisance of himself!

Although Garry’s back on his bike, I think it’ll be a while before he’s able to go away touring. There’s a big difference between riding his bike up and down his road to cycling 60/80 miles a day! There’s also a slightly different version of this video on Garry’s Instagram page.

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Video: Cycling After Hip Replacement Video

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4 Replies to “Cycling After Hip Replacement Video”

    1. Thanks, John, it’s annoying having my car and van up the drive, but I’ve taken them off the road as I’m not allowed to drive.
      I hope your riding is going well and your confidence is growing.

  1. Bloody amazing! I tell all my friends about you. (three) Was that the same bike? I thought I saw a toeclip on one pedal. I’ll bet, when you’re kitted up, your bike could start off without you.
    See you in Marseilles.

    1. Haha, I cycled to the hospital today to get my dressing changed and got told off for cycling the ten miles there! And have been told to rest, so maybe I won’t see you in Marseilles just yet! They weren’t keen on me cycling back either!
      That was my old pub bike, my thirty-year-old Marin. I’ve got toe clips on both my bikes but no straps.

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