Racing return yet to be determined for the premier class rookie.
Adam Cianciarulo has undergone surgery after breaking his collarbone last weekend at Arlington’s eighth round of 2020 Monster Energy Supercross.
The premier class rookie sustained the injury following a heavy fall in practice last Saturday night, forcing him out of the night.
The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider released a statement today, revealing he’s completed a successful operation to the plate the injury, although his return to racing is yet to be determined.
“Had a little procedure to plate my collarbone on Tuesday,” Cianciarulo said. “Really stoked with how good it’s feeling already. Going to do everything I can to get back to racing ASAP. I’ll keep you guys in the loop.”
The Monster Energy Kawasaki will field points leader Eli Tomac at this weekend’s ninth round in Atlanta.