Birthdays from February 25 to March 1Monday, February 25, 2008 | 5:43 AM
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February 25: Loretta Lynn alumni, Watt Beaty.
February 26: Patrick Brown – Yamaha Factory ATV Racer and Steel City ATV Open Champion.
February 26: Jean-Sebastien Roy competed in the USA as a privateer for a number of years, where he raced both the AMA Motocross and Supercross classes. After he couldn’t secure a factory ride in the US, he decided to go back to Canada were he won 5 consecutive 250 championships from 2001-2005, as well as a handful of Montreal Supercrosses.
February 26: GNCC competitor Thomas Conklin.
February 27: Last year, Yamaha of Troy’s Ryan Morais almost pulled of the unthinkable when he nearly won the Eastern Region Lites Championship without winning a race. Ryan is back with YOT this year and is an early season favorite to win the title.
February 27: Former Dirt Bike editor Rick "Super Hunky” Sieman.
February 28: One of the most naturally talented riders to ever hit a motocross track has to be Torco Oils/Honda rider Kevin Windham. With his unique and effortless riding style, Windham is a pleasure to watch. Last weekend in Houston, Kevin won his first supercross since Anaheim 2005 and he is also featured on our 10th anniversary cover this month. Now he’s about to hit the big 3-0. Way to go K-Dub!
February 28: Team Solitare’s Ryan Clark has to be one the hardest working true privateers we have in our sport. Clark has put together a really strong team for 2008 with Bobby Kiniry and Kyle Partridge riding in the Lites division.
February 28: Hinson Clutch Components' Wayne Hinson.
February 28: HRP’s Luke Janeto.
February 28: American Suzuki’s Communications Manager, Glenn Hansen.
February 29: Freelance photographer and an all around good guy, Tony Scavo.
February 29: Loretta Lynn’s alumni, Trevor Cooper.
March 1: So far this year MDK KTM’s Justin Brayton has been one of the most consistent riders in the Western Region Lites class and he also scored his first podium at Anaheim 1.
March 1: Team Kawasaki’s Kaipo Chung.
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