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Chad Reed injury update San Diego

Chad Reed, still recovering from a broken hand sustained early in the 2010 Supercross Season, flew to California to see his doctor this week. From what we could tell, Reed is still not ready to ride his motorcycle or jump back into the race action quite yet. Reed’s new Kawasaki Team reports that Chad hopes to be riding soon. They also anticipate that Reed will be racing sometime next month. This timing seems to jive with the original March 6th (Daytona) or March 13th (Toronto) return that was anticipated.

While in California, Reed also made an appearance at Supercross Round 5 in San Diego this last weekend. Reed took time to meet some fans and sign autographs. He seemed to be in good sprits and actually spent most of his day with the fans. Reed’s championships hopes for 2010 are long gone but he will be happy to get back on the bike and demonstrate his riding skills on the Kawasaki.

Round 6 of the 2010 Supercross Season heads back to the Angel Stadium, without Chad Reed or James Stewart, for the third and final visit in Anaheim (3) on February 13th. The remaining 2010 Supercross race events are as follows:

February 13 Angel Stadium Anaheim (3), California

February 20 Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis

February 27 Georgia Dome Atlanta

March 6 Daytona Int’l Speedway Daytona, Florida

March 13 Rogers Centre Toronto, ON

March 20 Cowboy Stadium Arlington, Texas

March 27 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium Jacksonville

April 10 Reliant Stadium Houston, Texas

April 17 Edward Jones Dome St. Louis

April 24 Quest Field Seattle, Washington

May 1 Rice-Eccles Salt Lake City, Utah

May 8 Sam Boyd Stadium Las Vegas, Nevada

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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