Birthdays from March 10 to March 16

March 10, 2008 6:20am

March 10: Live Nation’s Dave Muye.

March 10: Donnie Hansen is a former Factory Honda rider with a Supercross, National Motocross, and Motocross & Trophee des Nations title.

March 10: GNCC competitor, Ryan Sowers.

March 12: Loretta Lynn’s alumni, Bryce Terzian.

March 13: Things were looking good at the end of the 2007 season for the two-time AX Champion Josh Demuth. After finishing third at the U.S. Open, he went straight into the Arenacross series. He race the first few rounds, came away with some wins, and was carrying a lot of momentum going into the supercross season. However, right before Anaheim I, Josh had a crash that resulted in a broken arm.

March 13: If you have ever been to a GNCC before, then I’m sure you know the Trail Boss Jeff Russell. Jeff is the man in charge of laying out all the GNCC courses, and he is also the 1990 National Enduro Champion.

March 13: Asterisk’s Dr. Steve Augustine.

March 14: Lusty Industries Johnny McLean.

March 14: GNCC competitor, Darrell Bozarth.

March 14: Famous Stars and Straps Central U.S. Sales representative, Caleb Garrison.

March 15: San Manuel Yamaha’s Chad Reed is one of the greatest supercross riders of all time. He’s on a roll again this year and has won six of the first ten rounds. If he keeps it on two wheels, he will wrap up his second AMA Supercross Championship.

March 15: Loretta Lynn’s alumni, Kaleb Woodcock.

March 16: Stephane Roncada won the 2000 125cc Eastern Regional Supercross Championship for Yamaha of Troy. After that, he jumped up to the big-boy class and rode for Team Kawasaki before racing his last couple of seasons for the Pro Circuit Kawasaki team on the then-new KX250F. After some good results and a case of burnout, Roncada retired from motocross, concentrating on his own website, There, you can find out the latest industry news and photos. Also, last December, he became a proud daddy with his son, Luka Jagger Roncada, and this year, he started what may become his new career, when he shot photos from the floor of Qualcomm Stadium for a subsidiary video-game company of THQ.

March 16: Pete Fox is the Creative Director at Fox Racing and has helped his family turn their company into one of the most recognized logos in alternative sports. 

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