Leno suffered another incident on his vintage motorcycle

 Leno suffered another incident on his vintage motorcycle

In November 2022, entertainer and comedian Jay Leno was servicing his vintage automobile collection in his garage when a fuel line leak sparked a fire that left him with second-degree burns.

He recovered quickly, but not without suffering multiple broken bones in a motorcycling incident later that month.

In more ways than one, Leno’s life is filled with many motorcycles. He owns many and has also been known to write about them and collect other vintage vehicles.


Now in January 2023, he suffered another incident. The motorcycle was still running when Jay Leno noticed a gas leak. He attempted to pull over and then evacuated his 1940 Indian motorcycle.

Unfortunately for him, he was riding at such speed that it veered off the road, breaking multiple bones in his left arm as his body ejected from the vehicle.

According to Las Vegas Review-Journal“So, I turned down a side street and cut through a parking lot, and unbeknownst to me; some guy had a wire strung across the parking lot but with no flag hanging from it. Leno said. So, I didn’t see it until it was too late. It just clotheslined me and, boom, knocked me off the bike,” 

Online press release

Ouch. Yes, that’s the best way to describe comedian Jay Leno’s injuries, which he sustained when he hit the solid ground after a fall from a motorcycle. The good news is that he will perform the comedy act this weekend while suffering one broken collarbone, two broken ribs, and two fractured kneecaps. Still, the bad news is that this happened just months after Leno recovered from second-degree burns.

The funny man said he wanted to bring it up because it’s sad how many bad crashes he had with vintage vehicles and not something about you that’s the problem.

Source: Press Release Las Vegas Review-Journal

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