Jordan Soke, the 14-time Canadian superbike champion, was seriously injured in a motocross accident on May 10 at the Walton Raceway in Walton, Ontario, Canada.

“I received a broken jaw, a punctured neck, a broken right leg and a covering of my left ankle,” Soke wrote on his Facebook page. “I want to thank everyone who was around to help me: the paramedics, the doctors, the nurses and the hospital staff. Special thanks to Brian Couture and Jacob Black for staying with me. I also want to thank you Canadian Kawasaki Motors for their constant and unwavering support. It will be a long road to recovery, but with the help of my family, friends and fans I will return. ”
Soke, 43, recently passed a two-day test on his Kawasaki ZX-10R superbike at the Grand Bend Motorplex, Ontario, Canada, where the 2022 Canadian Superbike Championship will begin June 9-12.

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