June 8th to June 15th

June 9: Former Arenacross star, Brad Hagseth

June 10: There is no one on earth that can whip a motorcycle like Multi-X-Games Medalist Ronnie Renner. The KTM rider had recently taken on a new role coaching his son at the KTM Jr. Supercross Challenge in Las Vegas.

June 10: Rockstar/Makita Suzuki's Michael Byrne got hurt before the supercross season even started this year. Burner is back for the outdoors and has shown some real speed and has been consistent through three rounds.

June 10: GNCC/ATV contender Matt Smiley

June 11: Next Level Sport Management’s Tony Gardea is a man with many talents. Gardea is the PR guy for the AMA Toyota Motocross Championship and also helps the PR program for the Monster Energy AMA Supercross series. He is also an agent, and he’s the one responsible for bringing Target on board as Ryan Dungey’s sponsor. I guess you’re getting two presents this year Tony.

June 12: Team Yamaha’s Grant Langston is one of those riders who knows how to win the big races. He is a World Champion, a two-time SX Lites Champion, U.S. Open Champion, and a two-time AMA National Motocross Champion. In 2008, Langston has run into some bad luck with injuries, but don’t count the Zulu Warrior out because he’ll be back stronger than ever.

June 12: Seven-time AMA National Enduro Champion Randy Hawkins

June 14: 2003 Supercross Top Privateer, Keith R. Johnson

June 14: Cernic's Kawasaki's Jeff Gibson consistently ran around the top 10 in the Monster Energy Supercross series this year and it was good enough to secure him a ride up in Canada this summer. Gibson is also a very fast outdoor and will be a threat to win the title.

June 14: WMG’s Jimmy Button was a Suzuki and Yamaha factory rider in the late '90s and early 2000. But a career-ending neck injury at the San Diego Supercross would change his life forever. Jimmy battled back to walk again and is now one of the top agents in our industry today. If you ever have a chance to hang with Button he is a cool guy and always has fun!

June 14: Maryland-born prospect Nick Evennou, who now races the Canadian Nationals.

June 14: Team Cernic's Racing’s Shawn Rife could be the next up and coming star to come out the amateur ranks. He is a two-time Loretta Lynn’s champion and could possibly be one of the top riders in Tennessee this year.

June 15: Ohio privateer Willy Browning, #156

June 15: Nicole Wey, is the better-looking half of MDK/KTM’s Nick Wey’s marriage.

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