Motorcycle Racing News AMA Supercross/Motocross Concussion For Trey Canard | Out for 2016 Washougal National

Concussion For Trey Canard | Out for 2016 Washougal National

Canard Crash Causes Concussion |

House/Practice Complex For Sale

Trey Canard Concussion

Less than a week Team Honda HRC’s Trey Canard returned to the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series ending a four-race absence due to a nerve injury, Canard has suffered a concussion while practicing at the Reynard Training Complex. Canard will be missing the Washougal National at Washougal Motocross Park this weekend due to the concussion injury.

Trey Canard Crash“I’m extremely disappointed that I won’t be able to race again this weekend,” Canard said. “I was practicing at Robbie Reynard’s place on Tuesday and had a pretty big crash that left me with a concussion. I’m grateful there weren’t more severe injuries, but still bummed I won’t be out there. I had a good weekend at Millville, and was really hoping to build on that at Washougal. I’m going to do whatever I can to get back out there as soon as possible to finish the season off strong.”

At Spring Creek MX Park in Millville, Minnesota, Canard scored two sixth place finishes on his factory Honda CRF450R and was sixth overall for the La Crescent Wine & Spirit Spring Creek National. Despite missing four races, Canard is 11th in the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Point Standings, four points behind defending Champion Ryan Dungey, who is out for the season after suffering a spine injury.

Trey Canard HouseCanard has also just put his Shawnee, Oklahoma home and practice complex up for sale. Canard’s compound consists of 80 acres, two supercross practice tracks, two motocross practice tracks, a 2160 square foot home with three bedrooms and 3.5 baths, a pool and spa, plus a three car garage and a large barn and bike shop. His asking price is $700,00.

Canard hopes recover from the concussion and return for the Unadilla National on August 13 at Unadilla MX in New Berlin, New York.

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