As November comes to a near and December arrives tomorrow, riders are ramping up forward of the 2022 Monster Electricity AMA Supercross Championship. However, injuries are a component of this activity. Yesterday, we noticed Justin Rodbell and Carson Mumford the two posted different, important accidents.
Supercross 2022 Justin Rodbell
Rodbell concluded 31st in the 2022 250SX West Location standings and 30th in the 450SX Course as he double dipped, competing in two 250SX key occasions and five 450SX main functions. Then, the #55 completed 23rd in the 450 Course of the AMA Pro Motocross Championship.
Soon after bouncing all-around a couple teams and bikes in 2022, Rodbell was set to contend on his very own program in 2023 aboard a Husqvarna. However, “Bellrod” declared on Instagram he has endured a torn (correct) Achilles tendon.
“Hey every person I dislike to make this put up but past week in advance of thanksgiving I finished up tearing my Achilles. Unfortunately it is gonna be a gradual Recovery and I will most probably miss supercross. I would like to consider this time and apologize to all my sponsors and absolutely everyone who thinks in me. Down but not out.😅💔 I’ll continue to keep absolutely everyone current on my recovery time. Until then I will be paying out time with the persons who make any difference the most to me.🤠”
Rodbell attained nationwide #70 for 2023.
Warning, viewer discretion is recommended on Rodbell’s sliding Instagram submit.
Supercross 2022 Carson Mumford
Though planning for his 2nd year aboard the Bar X/Chaparral/Ecstar Suzuki workforce, Mumford suffered a major wrist injuries. Mumford said his bike “blew up on a soar.” Mumford posted a picture on his social media, but warning, the photograph is gruesome. Mumford typed out in an Instagram story:
“And just like that again to square one all that tough off-period get the job done and sad to say my bike blew up on a soar.”
Soon after competing in 8 most important activities, Mumford concluded 12th in the 2022 250SX West Area with a time-most effective sixth at the San Diego Supercross. He suffered a damaged foot at the finale and did not race it. then completed 17th in the 250 Class of the AMA Professional Motocross Championship after missing the 1st four rounds. Mumford gained national #52 for 2023.