Well, Max Anstie has squashed a few rumors regarding his future after parting ways with the BBMX team, formerly Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, after that whole fiasco.
Recently Anstie was linked to the open seat at Monster Energy Kawasaki as Adam Cianciarulo is still recovering from a torn ACL and is going to miss the majority of Lucas Oil Pro Motocross, but it appears that won’t be the case.
Anstie released a message on Instagram today saying he currently doesn’t have a deal in place for Lucas Oil Pro Motocross, which kicks off May 28 at Pala.
“Not sure what the future holds at the moment! A few good options for outdoors never came together. I’ll keep everyone up to date with what is happening. 450 or 250, I’ll be ready 💪🏻
(and for all the people that keep asking, I didn’t say no to KTM! 😂)”
Hopefully Anstie is able to land a ride after the whole fiasco at BBMX.