'I'm hiring a lawyer': Phil Gaimon left with $250,000 medical bill following velodrome crash

After complications with his treatment the former pro now faces a battle with his insurance company

Phil Gaimon (Getty/Twitter)

Former pro rider Phil Gaimon has been left with a $250,000 medical bill after his velodrome crash last year.

The American was racing in his first race back on the track as he worked towards making the Olympic squad for the upcoming Tokyo Games when he crashed in a points race at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center in the Trexlertown area of Pennsylvania.

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