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After a great year of Monster Energy Supercross for Dean Wilson, it, unfortunately, ended a huge crash in Denver and injuries that will force him to sit out the beginning of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. “Update,” Dean said from Instagram. “What’s up everyone. With round 1 of Hangtown coming up it kills me to say I won’t be lining up for the first couple rounds. I still haven’t rode my bike yet all I have been doing is physical therapy and training. I’m doing all I can to be back and it sucks to miss the beginning of the season. Thank you all for the support. I will be back once I’m 100%.”

We wish Deano a quick recovery and look forward to seeing the #15 this summer. Even after basically missing the final three races, Deano finished a career-best 6th in the 450SX Championship and we expect even more from the former 250 National Motocross Champion outdoors.

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Update: What’s up everyone. With round 1 of Hangtown coming up it kills me to say I won’t be lining up for the first couple rounds. I still haven’t rode my bike yet all I have been doing is physical therapy and training. I’m doing all I can to be back and it sucks to miss the beginning of the season. Thank you all for the support. I will be back once I’m 100%. – – – @rockstarenergy @husqvarnamotorcyclesusa @onealracing @ignite @artificialgrassliquidators @ride100percent @alpinestars @toyotaescondido @gopro @lululemon @bestmxinc @ethika @ridecalifornia @superkels @clomxwrench @erickkozin39 @egrondahl351 @dillongeorgian @sarahvanicek

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