A broken wrist sideline’s Coty Schock

If you know anything about Schock, you know he is a warrior. Daytona Supercross this year, Coty had a hairline fracture in his collarbone, and the next weekend in Birmingham during the Main Event, an incident with Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing’s Haiden Deegan resulted and solidified a fully broken collarbone. He had surgery on that collarbone the following Monday, and just 5 days later, in Indianapolis, he put in a true warrior-type performance during the Triple Crown to claim 5th in the Main Event to keep himself in the points moving forward. He rode the rest of the 250SX East Championship, dealing with that injury to finish 3rd overall in points.

With that grit, Coty received an extension on his 2024 AMA Supercross-only contract with the team through the AMA Pro Motocross Championship and the SuperMotocross World Championship later this year. On top of that, a new three-year deal to race AMA Supercross and Motocross, along with the SMX Championship, will start in 2025 with MUC-OFF/ClubMx/FXR.

Coty was starting to find his flow in this Pro Motocross Championship series. High Point, he had his best Moto finish so far, with a 12th in Moto 2 and 13th overall two weekends in a row.

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We hope that Coty recovers quickly and that we see him back at the races sooner rather than later. Here is what Schock had to say about the injury earlier this week. “Practice crash today at ClubMx led to a broken wrist. Surgery this week, and look forward to getting back to it at some point. Not ideal.. I’ll be back soon.”