This letter is from Pan and is a repost from Lisa Ballard and the Cycle Source Blog.
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Although the leg and hip are major injuries, I’m worried about the accumulative affect of these injuries and the surgeries. He has a bad heart and this will take a toll on it and each surgery makes him weaker. He’s not out of the woods by any means. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers.
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Motorcycle Hall Of Fame Member 2005