MURRIETA, Calif. – FMF KTM Factory Racing Team rider Josh Toth sustained a leg injury on Sunday while racing a local motocross event near his home in Connecticut. Toth is scheduled to undergo surgery today (Monday) to repair the broken tibia and fibula in his right leg.
Toth competes in the premier class aboard the #206 KTM 350 XC-F in the AMA Grand National Cross Country Series (GNCC) – where he currently sits seventh overall in his rookie XC1 Open Pro season – and the Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series, where he holds third overall in the championship following a stellar year of racing.
Toth: “I’m really bummed to have broken my leg. I’ve been pretty lucky most of my life with minimal injuries, this being my first-ever requiring surgery. I’m very disappointed because of how well I have been riding, I’ve been riding lots of moto during the week, which has helped my riding tremendously. I just put my leg down wrong this weekend and snapped my leg clean. I’m having a rod put in my leg and will start the healing process."
Toth’s preliminary recovery time is six to eight weeks following Monday’s surgery.