This Week's BirthdaysSunday, August 30, 2009 | 3:41 PM
August 30: California-based off-road veteran Brian Garrahan
August 30: Racer X Production Manager Julie Kramer
August 31: Ezra Lusk was one of the only guys who pressured McGrath for the Supercross championships in the late-nineties. But injuries took a toll, and Ezra retired at an early age.
August 31: Live Nation's media man, Denny Hartwig
August 31: Team Suzuki Race Team Technical Specialist, Ian Harrison
September 1: Fast 50's Craig Mason
September 1: Pro Action's Brian Roth
September 1: FMX rider Jeff Fehr
September 2: Tommy Clowers is one of the pioneers of Freestyle. Clowers has several X Games medals and was the first to master the step-up.
September 2: Longtime Indiana racer and announcer Larry Witmer
September 2: Vestal Watch's Peyton Kelly
September 3: Team Honda's Ernesto Fonseca will always be fan favorite and inspires everyone he meets. Ernie is still involved with Answer Racing with gear development and brand image direction.
September 3: Red Bull's Jeremy Malott
September 4: In 1987, Ronnie Tichenor won the 125 East Supercross title. Team Suzuki then moved RT up to the 250 class and he would go to battle with the likes of Lechien, Johnson, and Wardy. Today, Ronnie teaches many of the young talents that come out of the state of Florida.
September 4: DeCal Works Janeen Sarto-Joynt
September 5: FMX Rider Derek Burlew
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