Sword back for the final Maxxis round at Little Silver

Sword back for the final Maxxis round at Little Silver

We caught up with Tyco Suzuki’s British MX1 rider Stephen Sword to ask him how his recuperation is going since breaking his collarbone. This is what he told us:

“It’s a good opportunity to update the sponsors and Tyco Suzuki fans of my plans since unfortunately breaking my collarbone at Hawkstone Park. I had an operation to fix the broken collarbone, with a plate and ten screws inserted to repair what was a nasty enough double break. My recovery is going well and the specialist is happy with my progress. The only pain I get is in my shoulder and neck where I stretched the muscles and ligaments. I’m having physio to sort that out on a regular basis and I’m confident I’ll be pretty much back to normal in a fortnight or so. I’m not back on the bike yet but I did do a few slow laps at Apex on the new 2013 RM-Z machinery to help out with some photos for the Suzuki launch. My aim is to be back for the last British MX round at Little Silver on October 7th then get myself ready for next season and possibly the Supercross series in January and February.”

Swordy

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