Bollinger To Undergo Knee Surgery

Cycle News Staff | February 14, 2020

Trevor Bollinger is scheduled to undergo knee surgery next week. The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Team rider injured his knee while competing in the opening round of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series in South Carolina, February 2. He suffered a torn ACL and meniscus in his left leg as the result of a crash.

Bollinger To Undergo Knee Surgery
Trevor Bollinger is scheduled to undergo knee surgery.

After taking a week off, it was determined that Bollinger will need to undergo surgery to repair the torn ligaments. The North Carolina native was slated to compete in the 2020 Grand National Cross Country Series and AMA National Enduro Series but he will be sitting out indefinitely as he goes through the recovery process.

“This off-season went very smoothly and I was feeling really good coming into the 2020 season. Unfortunately, I crashed in the third test at the National Enduro season opener and I tried my best to push through the rest of the day. After a week of intense swelling in my knee, I decided to get it checked out and now I will be heading into surgery next week. It’s a bummer for my team and myself as we had everything in place to be a good year.”

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