September 7, 2008 6:54pm | by:

September 8: Live Nation’s Nicole Mancuso

  • Jeremy Albrecht
  • Bevo Forti
  • Ryan Huffman
  • Anthony Paggio
  • Jessica Patterson
  • Darcy Lange
  • Sean Daugherty

September 9: Anthony Paggio is Oakley’ two-wheel Motorsports Manager. Paggio has helped build Oakley’s image with the likes of Carmichael, Stewart, Hayden, Dungey, Izzi, and Millsaps, and he’s also an ex-professional racer.

September 9: Scott USA’s Kristin Cheatwood

September 11: DeCal Work’s Theresa Flores

September 12: Ryan Huffman is a household name in the northwest corner of this country. His father, Ralph, owns the Washougal Motocross Park, and Ryan himself was a factory Suzuki rider not that long ago.

September 12: KTM's Sean Daugherty is the one responsible for making sure that GNCC star Justin Williamson's bike is ready to go at each and every event.

September 12: KBC’s Sam Neil

September 12: FMX Rider Brian Foster

September 12: Team Kawasaki Engine Development Technician, Dean Baker

September 12: O’Neal's Chris Honnold

September 13: Scott
USA’s Bevo Forti has been in the goggle business for nearly thirty years. Forti is the man in charge of all the hospitality at the SX’s and Outdoor Nationals.

September 13: Exost’s Marc Estabrooks

September 13: Asterisk’s Davey Castillo

September 13: Jeremy Albrecht has found a lot of success in the sport of motocross. As a mechanic, he has wrenched for Jeff Emig and James Stewart and they won countless titles over the years. This year, Gibbs Racing was looking for someone to build him a successful team and asked Jeremy to be the Team Manager of JGR Racing. Albrecht has responded and has done a phenomenal job in his first year.

September 14: Arenacross title contender Tommy Hofmaster

September 14: Darcy Lange was on his way to being a top rider on the professional Supercross circuit. Lange won two Arenacross titles and almost pulled of the Lites Eastern Regional Championship last year. In the off-season Darcy was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s disease. We wish him the best and can’t wait to see him back at the races.

September 14: Jessica Patterson is one of the top women racers in out sport today. Patterson has won 27 national championships, has appeared in 2 EA Sports video games, and has been a role model to younger girls all over the world.