Brian Moreau went down in a rhythm lane on the second lap of free practice Saturday afternoon at the Tampa Supercross. Moreau, who was competing in his first professional supercross in the U.S., was seen laying on the track after crashing on a jump. Track officials then placed his bike and a Tuff Block in front of him as protection.

Moreau Family:

Hello to all.
We wanted to inform you about the’s state of health.

Hit in the vertebrae, Brian had surgery last night at Tampa hospital. Surgery is good and Brian woke up. He is currently in intensive care but doctors will not be able to decide on his condition in several days…
Brian is a very brave and strong boy and is aware of everything!

We wanted to thank all the people who support us.

Of course I do not thank the people who, on the other hand, still allow themselves to criticize him in such moments!

We will keep you informed when we know more.


TLD/KTM Team Owner, Troy Lee: “Brian is a very tough kid and we know he will tackle this injury and do whatever he can to make a full recovery. Everyone at Troy Lee Designs and KTM are fully supporting his recovery every step of the way. I want to also thank both Marvin and Mathilde Musquin for all the support they have given Brian from the very first day he showed up in California. Mathilde has been at the hospital with Brian since his crash and has been amazing to work with during this difficult time.”

We will update everyone when we hear more.