This Week's BirthdaysSunday, June 28, 2009 | 4:53 PM
June 29: Haro Design/Axio product's Bob Haro.
June 29: Glen Helen Official, Kevin Zeilder
June 29: Marty Tripes will always be remembered for winning the first Superbowl of Motocross at the Los Angeles Coliseum in July of 1972, just a few weeks after turning 16.
June 30: Ben Stevenson never goes a day without reading Racer X Online and turns 47 today.
June 30: Dr. D’s Doug Dubach was once a holeshot artist and was the winner of the 1994 San Jose 250cc supercross. The longtime Yamaha rider made his Loretta Lynn's debut three years ago at The Ranch, winning a title in the process. This summer, Dubach will be shooting for his fifth and sixth title in the Plus 40 and 45 classes.
June 30: Patty Eglhaut is a supportive MX mother who loves to watch her son race at the local level.
June 30: Roy Janson has made the move from Live Nation to the Daytona Motorsports Group. Janson is a smart guy, knows what works and doesn’t, and will make big changes in the future to make our sport even better.
July 1: Racer X and Road Racer X's Executive Director Bryan Stealey.
July 1: Loretta Lynn’s alumni Jon Boruff.
July 2: etnies’ Matt Chapman.
July 2: GNCC Competitor Jesse Skvarek.
July 3: Former Maico, Kawasaki and Suzuki factory racer Steve Stackable.
July 4: Smith Optics’ Mark Phares.
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