Two Little 500 riders were involved in wrecks during Miss-N-Out on Saturday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.
Brian Singer, a rider for Sigma Alpha Mu, suffered injuries when he fell to the ground in a crash entering Turn 3 in men’s heat No. 18.
Singer stayed on the ground in pain for about five minutes before being lifted into an ambulance on a stretcher.
Teammate Josh Mark initially reported that Singer did not suffer a concussion, as is the typical fear with falls. Singer later confirmed all X-rays were negative.
In the next heat, Carly Moffie of Phi Mu Cycling suffered a concussion during her first-round race. Moffie went down just after Turn 3 on the first lap.
She tried to push herself off the ground before deciding to wait for medical assistance. Moffie was stabilized on a stretcher and then taken away in an ambulance.