During the first qualifying session at the 2020 St Louis SX, Monster Energy / Pro Circuit / Kawasaki’s Cameron McAdoo had a big crash that took him out of round two of the Monster Energy Supercross series. The #29 miraculously tried to return for the final qualifying session, but quickly pulled off and headed back to the truck after realizing that the pain was too much. “I would like to thank everybody for reaching out yesterday,” Cameron said on Sunday. “Unfortunately, I had a pretty simple little crash in practice, with my bike landing on me. I was able to get my oxygen levels back up to normal so I tried to ride last practice but could tell something was not okay. I went straight back to the medics they then sent me to the hospital, and they immediately found that I had a fully collapsed right lung and a partially collapsed left lung. I was put under right away for a chest tube, and further tests. I am currently in the hospital in St. Louis hoping to get out sometime tomorrow! I’ve been feeling better than ever on the bike, and can’t wait to heal up to get back out there! Much love.”

We wish Cameron a speedy recovery and hope to see him back on the gate soon. We will keep you up to date and post further updates if they become available.


Dan Lamb is a 12+ year journalist and the owner of MotoXAddicts.