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TORRANCE, Calif.– Group Honda HRC cyclist Trey Canard discovered throughout a current physician visit that his respite from competing will certainly have to be prolonged. The Oklahoman damaged his left arm in a collision at the March 21 Detroit Supercross and also had a carbon-fiber plate applied to the broken bone throughout a procedure on March 24. Canard will certainly return to the medical professional in two weeks to be reexamined.

” I’m most definitely bummed I’m not on eviction yet, but now I’m staying focused on what’s ahead as well as aiming to make the most of every minute up until I could ride once again,” Canard says. “I’ve been doing what training I can to stay physically fit for when it’s possible to start riding. I can not thank every person enough for enduring my healing process, and also I want everyone to know I’m doing my ideal to be back out there. I’m thrilled to get back to riding when the time comes.”

Starting at rounded 3 of the AMA Pro Motocross Championship in Lakewood, Colorado, MotoSport.com/ GPI Honda motorcyclist Fredrik Noren will replace aboard Canard’s factory Honda CRF450R. The Swede, who also served in a similar role with the factory group throughout the latter part of the 2014 period, will certainly pit under the Group Honda HRC camping tent with the June 13 Peak National in Mt. Morris, Pennsylvania, after which the scenario will certainly be reviewed based upon Canard’s status. Noren also acts as the official examination cyclist for Team Honda HRC.