Justin Bogle Cites Ulnar Nerve Issues As Cause Of On-Track Struggles


Will Require Post-Season Surgery

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Justin Bogle’s return to racing after the arm injuries he suffered at the 2018 San Diego Supercross has been eventful. Since he joined the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at the 2018 Southwick Motocross, the AutoTrader/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing rider has nabbed six holeshots in 450 class motos and led laps in motos. Unfortunately for Bogle, his time at the front of the field has been cut short each time, as during each moto he has slipped deep in the running order and looked out of sorts on the track.

On the Tuesday following the 2018 Washougal Motocross, a round that saw Bogle snag the holeshot and lead laps in the motos, Bogle announced that he has figured out that the ulnar nerve is trapped by scar tissue in his formerly injured arm and that it is causing numbness in his hands. Per Bogle’s Instagram post, surgery will be required to remedy the issue, but he plans to finish out the season before going under the knife.