Romain Febvre had a nasty crash in Latvia after Arminas Jasikonis took out his front wheel but thankfully the Frenchman has confirmed no broken bones.

However he has damaged tendons which will take a while to heal but Febvre says he will be back on the bike as soon as he has the power back in his injured arm.

With some good hard pack tracks coming up inhe MXGP schedule it’s not an ideal time for the Frenchman to be riding with an injury as he searches for the podium on some of his favourite circuits.

Nothing broken as we knew before, but the tendons in the front arm are damaged witch is gonna heal by himself but we don’t know how long it’s gonna take.. I can ride with it as soon as I get my total power back, but it’s gonna hurt for a while.. we gonna see day by day how the power and the swollen gets better! Thanks for the support! 👍🏼💪🏼 Quelques petites news après mon crash dimanche. La bonne nouvelle est la confirmation que rien n’est cassé comme nous le savions déjà mais les tendons de l’avant-bras sont endommagés. La guérison se fera toute seule sans savoir exactement le temps que cela va prendre. Je pourrais rouler comme ça dès que j’aurais récupéré ma force dans le bras mais la douleur sera très forte. On attends de voir jour après jour l’évolution afin que la force et le gonflement s'améliorent! Merci a tous pour votre soutien et vos messages! 👍🏼💪🏼 @rynopower @peppunderwear @ctikneebraces @progrip @kythelmet @alpinestars @monsterenergy @yamaharacingcomofficial #wagnermeca #tonon

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