Chance Hymas OUT for Remainder of Pro Motocross Season

Chance Hymas OUT for Remainder of Pro Motocross Season

Team Honda HRC rider Chance Hymas will miss the remainder of the Pro Motocross season after undergoing surgery. Hymas suffered a knee injury while training in Florida on June 20th. Doctors confirmed Hymas’s ACL had been torn and needed reconstruction surgery.

“It’s obviously a disappointment,” Hymas said. “I feel like I had found my speed and was making good progress on improving my consistency, so I was really excited to head to RedBud for the next round. This injury is unfortunate, and I actually feel like I could race if I had to. At the same time, it’s better for my health to get it taken care of now, and I’m thankful that my team supports that. I’m in good hands and am super-motivated to come back healthy and show what I can do. In the meantime, I’ll focus on having a successful recovery while I cheer for my teammates from home.”

Hymas will sit out the rest of the season to recover. Hymas who rides in the 250 class, made his Pro debut at the end of last year.

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