Jodi Christie Injured in Motocross Training Incident‏ Photo credit: Photo by Kevin Wing and courtesy of Honda Canada

Jodi Christie Injured in Motocross Training Incident‏

Written by  on Thursday, 07 May 2015 12:24

@CDNSuperbike  Keene, ON — May 6, 2015 — Reigning Canadian Superbike Champion Jodi Christie was injured in early April when he took a tumble from his Honda CRF450F, but is expected to make a complete recovery in time for the first CSBK round next month.

In a fluke incident, Jodi crashed his motocross bike and took a handlebar to his midsection, resulting in injuries to his kidney and spleen area. The Accelerated Technologies/Honda Canada rider is expected to make a full recovery and has already resumed training for the upcoming national tour. The 2015 CSBK season kicks off at Calabogie Motorsports Park on June 12-14.

Jodi Christie: "I just want to thank everyone for their calls and concerns, and to assure my friends and sponsors that I am up and doing well. I am already back training and focusing on the season ahead, and looking forward to seeing everyone next month. I can't wait to get on my new Honda CBRs at Calabogie for the season opener."

 

About Jodi Christie Racing — Jodi Christie Racing competes in the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship with support from Honda Canada, Accelerated Technologies, Cameron Cycle, Hindle Exhaust, Bazzaz, Dunlop, Pro 6 Cycle, AiM Sports Data Acquisition, DID Chains, Orient Express, Blue Streak Racing, Motion Pro, Elka Suspension, Motovan, Motul Oil, Zero Gravity, Drift, NGK, Sunstar, Joe Rocket Leathers, Shoei Helmets, Mikey Moto, Bickle Racing, Woodcraft Technologies, Armour Bodies, GBRacing, Vortex, TCX Boots, Villa Auto Wash, Rocky Ridge Drinking Water, Autographics LTD, Rod Hall-Remax, Andrew & Peter Trevitt, and Gary & Roslyn Christie. Follow the team on Facebook (JodiChristieRacing) or Twitter and Instagram (@JCRacing20). For more information about the Canadian Superbike Series and to watch the races online, visit www.csbk.ca.

For more information about the Canadian Superbike Series and to watch the races online, visit www.csbk.ca. 

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