Jett Reynolds’ Pro Motocross Debut On Hold

Well, damn.

We are going to have to wait for the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross debut of Jett Reynolds. Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki announced today that the rookie will miss this weekend’s opener at Fox Raceway due to a wrist injury.

Reynolds sustained a broken wrist during press day for the 250SX East Region opener in Minneapolis and missed the entire 2022 Monster Energy Supercross season. Reynolds went over the handlebars in a rhythm lane during press day which resulted in the injury.

“Three weeks went by quickly with four of our riders up and going again. Jett isn’t too far away from being back on the bike either. Motocross testing went well with Ivan (Tedesco) helping out late in the supercross series, which got us to be able to plug the riders into a much-improved motocross setup.” – Iain Southwell, Team Manager.

At this time a return date has not been announced.

Austin Forkner, Seth Hammaker, Cameron McAdoo, and Jo Shimoda will all race for the team this weekend.

Main image: Kawasaki

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