Best of Show Us Your Scars 2015 (video)

Take a look at a compilation of the best bits of Show Us Your Scars from 2015
Playlist 20 Videos Best of Show Us Your Scars 2015 (video) 02:19 Watch: The most anticipated cycling tech for 2020 03:13 Watch: Are these the most influential cycling products of the last 10 years? 07:16 Watch: inside the Hope factory where GB's new track bike is being made 10:07 Pro bike: Adam Yates's Scott Addict RC 03:56 Pro bike: Peter Sagan’s Specialized S-Works Venge 04:12 July's tech of the month: new products from Garmin, 100%, Prime and Cannondale 19:54 Pro bike: Geraint Thomas's Pinarello Dogma F12 04:35 June’s tech of the month: New Brompton X, Cannondale SystemSix and Maxxis tyres 20:54 April's Tech of the Month: Canyon Aeroad with SRAM AXS, new Vittoria tyres and Fulcrum wheels 26:29 Watch: Taking on the toughest climbs of the Tour of Flanders 13:52 The Lead Out: April 2019 - Cobbled Classics preview 36:50 The Lead Out: March 2019 - Milan-San Remo preview 34:48 March's Tech of the Month: Pinarello, new Specialized shoes, DT Swiss wheels and Evoc's bike bag 27:06 Watch: Tour of Oman 2019 stage four highlights 05:38 Watch: Tour of Oman 2019 stage three highlights 05:36 Watch: Tour of Oman 2019 stage two highlights 06:33 Watch: Tour of Oman 2019 stage one highlights 05:31 The Lead Out: February 2019 - Sprinter's special, UAE Tour & Omloop Het Nieuwsblaad preview 24:07 February's Tech of the Month: new kit from Castelli, Le Col, Smith and Triban 24:22

If we’ve learned one thing in 2015 its that a lot of professional cyclists have some pretty gnarly scars and some equally gruesome stories as to how they got them.

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In our Show Us Your Scars series we’ve spoken to WorldTour riders, track riders, domestic criterium riders, cyclo-crossers and mountain bikers, all of whom were more than willing to show off their battle scars.

From Geraint Thomas’s story about how he ruptured his spleen on his bike, to mountain biker Brendan Fairclough showing us just how mangled his body is at the tender age of 27.

Crashes and scars are all part of the game when you’re a professional cyclist, though, although the lasting marks of a tumble can sometimes bring about some unexpected events, like when Steve Lampier dug a bit of gravel out of his eye years after a crash.

Team Sky’s Luke Rowe was a understandably smug about his lack of scars…”I don’t know what’s with these guys who crash all the time. Just avoid them…just brake!”