The newest member of Team Green Kawasaki is the #172 of Hannah Hodges….yes you heard that correct. Hannah will no longer be on a Suzuki, with change of bikes this year she still plans to have yet another successful year dominating the track. Hannah has been staying on her training regimen to get prepared for the upcoming races, depending on when she gets released on her knee. We got the chance to catch up with Hodges and get the full scoop on what she has been up to.
Hannah: It really depends on the time of the year, before nationals we tend to do more motos than anything and In the gym they have a great program set up for us with a lot of cross fit type stuff
MP: Give us the lowdown on your knee injury from Mini O's.
Hannah: I landed the table by the hill at Gatorback and jumped out on the single after it and it was still soft so the dirt caught my peg and ripped my knee back, I had a full tear in my acl and got surgery in December and I've had a really good recovery so far. I go back to the doctor on the 24th with high hopes to be released but I've rode some trying out bikes and my knee feels really strong