Ken Roczen earned one race win during the 2024 Supercross season. (H.E.P./Chase Lennemann photo)

Roczen Diagnosed With Broken Bones After Nashville Crash

In the wake of his crash at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn., Ken Roczen was diagnosed with several broken bones during the additional evaluation he underwent on Monday. 

The No. 94 Suzuki rider shared the news via social media, writing, “It looks like I will be out for a little bit. It turns out I broke my tib plateau, my foot and my toe.”

He noted that no surgery is required, but he is still waiting for more information on his injuries.

“That’s really all I have for now,” Roczen wrote. “Bye bye SX24, you were pretty cool.” 

With that, it’s safe to say the H.E.P. Motorsports rider will not be able to finish out the remaining three rounds of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross season. Prior to his crash, Roczen was fifth in the 450SX point standings with one win on the season.

“My fans and partners, you guys make it super fun and it’s a joy coming to the races and get that support you guys give us,” Roczen concluded in his Instagram post.