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CHARLIE MULLINS HAD FOOT INJURY IN PRACTICE ACCIDENT

KTM announced today that FMF KTM Production line harsh landscape rider Charlie Mullins was hurt in a preparation crash seven days back while getting ready for the 2016 season. The 2011 Thousand National Cross-country (GNCC) champion oversaw minor foot harm. No timetable has been pronounced on his landing.

Mullins battle Kailub Russell down to the last round and finished an adjacent second in GNCC centers in 2013, by then drove the GNCC standings before demolishing wrist wounds in 2014. He missed all of last season endeavoring to set up his wrists for the rigors of three-hour races, despite contributing some vitality down at Aldon Cook’s place.

CHARLIE MULLINS HAD FOOT INJURY IN PRACTICE ACCIDENT

The accompanying is the official assertion from KTM.

MURRIETA, Calif.- – FMF KTM Production line Group rider Charlie Mullins oversaw minor foot harm seven days prior while sharpening for the 2016 race season.

The 2010 National Enduro Champion and 2011 GNCC Champion is reestablishing his foot with a particular ultimate objective to organize the opening round of the AMA National Enduro Arrangement on February 7.

FMF KTM Production line Group Director, Antti Kallonen, communicated, “It’s a bummer for Charlie to experience this harm just before the start of the 2016 season yet we are sure that he is masterminded and will do what he needs to do remembering the ultimate objective to be set up to race at cycle one.”

NEXT Occasion: February 7, 2016- – Wedgefield, South Carolina