Marvin Musquin – he’s back

Photos by Hoppenworld.

Red Bull/KTM Factory Team rider Marvin Musquin returned to action last Friday when he brought out his KTM 250 SX-F practice bike to Pala Raceway for the first time since injuring his knee at the Bercy Supercross race last November.
“It felt so good to get back on the bike,” commented Musquin who took the past four months off to heal his torn ACL and meniscus following his surgery to repair the torn ligament. “There is no better feeling than riding for me, so I was eager to get back.”

Musquin intends to make his racing return at the U.S. GP at Glen Helen where he easily won both motos last year. Immediately following that race, Musquin will head to Rancho Cordova, California for the opening round of the AMA Pro Motocross Championship Series where he will compete in the 250 class for the Red Bull/KTM Factory Team.


  1. zacher 5 years ago

    sweeeet …I really hope he’s not suffering the Searle/Townley syndrome over there !

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    admin 5 years ago

    Na, i guess he is pretty grounded and focused on riding. Not sure how ROczen managed to avoid it too, especially as he is so young. Actually, maybe that’s HOW he managed to avoid it, so far.

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