Zach Osborne, the two-time 250 East Supercross Champion and one-time 250 Pro Motocross Champion is back on the bike and preparing for his first race of the 2019 Supercross season. A crash just before Anaheim 1 put the 450 rookie on the sidelines for a short time.
During a routine practice day leading up to the first race of the 2019 Supercross season, Zach crashed and sustained an injury to his collarbone.
Zach went in for surgery on January 4th. Because of a previous injury to the collarbone, a plate and six screws were already in his shoulder and were damaged in the crash. This made things a little more complicated for Zach’s doctor who had to remove the old metal and replace it with fresh hardware.
Now just a little less than four weeks after surgery, Zach is back on the bike and preparing for his 450 Supercross debut at Round 6 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Zach Osborne said via Instagram: “Feels great to be back on the bike and operating at 100%! I’m really happy with where I’m at after two days of riding and I look forward to being on the gate in Minneapolis!”