Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team rider Trey Canard announced today his retirement from professional racing after a decade of competing at the sport’s highest level.
At 26-years-old, Canard has accomplished many milestones throughout his racing career. The Oklahoma native had a successful amateur career before joining the professional ranks in
Red Bull KTM’s Trey Canard suffered a crash while testing for the upcoming AMA Pro Motocross Championship in California. Canard sustained an injury to his collarbone but plans to see a specialist today in order to determine the exact conclusion.
Canard was slated to line up at the opening round in
KTM Factory Team rider Trey Canard will miss the remainder of the AMA Supercross Series after struggling with a virus the past few weeks. Given that Canard is not in championship contention, his KTM team and he feel it is best that he sit out the remainder of the Supercross
Doctors have confirmed that Trey Canard has sustained a minor rotator cuff tear and will miss Round 2 of the US Supercross series on Saturday in San Diego. He crashed at Anaheim last Saturday and didn't ride the main event even though he'd qualified.
Canard said: “The good news is that
The Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team begins preparation for the 2017 Supercross season in this behind-the-scenes footage from their photo shoot. Featuring Ryan Dungey, Marvin Musquin and Trey Canard, they are ready to race! Photo Simon Cudby/ KTM Images
You can tell it's almost Supercross time as KTM wheel out their main 450 factory riders for the lens of Simon Cudby in Sunny California. Supercross champ Ryan Dungey lines up alongside Marvin Musquin, in for a second year of 450 action, and new KTM signing Trey Canard alongside team
New factory KTM Supercross star Trey Canard is looking comfortably and speedy on his new orange machine as he gets ready for Anaheim by testing at Reynard Raceway built buy Extream Dirt.
Photo Chris Tedesco/ Red Bull
Monster Energy Pro Circuit's Austin Forkner burns some laps on his 2017 KX250F, at Trey Canard's track, while getting ready for 2017 Supercross in this cool film by James Gingerich.
Trey Canard has been confirmed as joining the Red Bull KTM factory team for 2017 alongside team-mates Ryan Dungey and Marvin Musquin in the AMA 450 Supercross and motocross championships. He replaces Dean Wilson who is without a ride. Canard, who has been replaced at the factory Honda team by Ken