Garrett Marchbanks provides injury update and reveals future plans unknown
Garrett Marchbanks crashed out at round 13 of the Supercross season at Salt Lake City and as a result tore the MCL and PCL in his knee which required surgery. The American has some good news as he expects to be back on the bike within the next month which is sooner than first thought.
In terms of pans for the future, Marchbanks admits he’s unsure of what’s around the corner so at this stage it looks unlikely that he’ll stay with the Pro Circuit Kawasaki team so he’s looking for a ride.
“It has been about 12 weeks since my accident during round 13 of Supercross. My knee has made huge improvements with the help of physical therapy, indoor cycling and 5-6 days a week of gym time. I’m expected to get back to training on the bike within the next month, which is way sooner than what we were first told. That being said, I’m not too sure what the future holds for me (team wise) as of right now moving forward into 2021 Supercross. All I can do right now is keep a positive attitude and continue grinding to get my knee 100%. Thank you to everyone who still believes in me”, Marchbanks stated on social media.