Zach Osborne injury in 2018 Pro Motocross season (update)
Zach Osborne tore his Labrum and he is sitting out the ProMotocross season. Here is some helpful info about the area of injury.
“The labrum is the cup-shaped rim of cartilage that lines and reinforces the ball and socket joint of the shoulder, which is comprised of the glenoid – the shallow shoulder socket – and the head, or ball, of the upper arm bone known as the humerus.”
Injuries never seem to come at a good time but for Zach Osborne this is the definition of poor timing. The red plate owner seemed to be picking up right were he left last year’s out door season. Winning
Zach had just finished the indoor season on fire as well. The points leader in the 250sx East class was pumping on all cylinders until his injury occurred.
To add a little more inconvenience, recently his instagram account was hacked (when it rains it pours) and it appeared as though he wasn’t going to get it back.
He is now on the mend and looks to be in good spirits. Missing the Nationals are tough but the road for Zach Osborne hasn’t been an easy one. He knows how to be patient and at this point we are sure he sees the big picture.
Riding for his team is also got to be a help. The red plate owner has proven himself over quite a few rounds in both indoor and outdoor seasons. We hope he heals quickly and continue to keep up his good attitude.
We will continue to update you as his progression continues.