Hall of Fame Highlight Class of 2020

The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame is featuring Hall of Fame Highlights of this year’s outstanding new group of inductees. Here is a glimpse of what they had to say. For the full story join us at the 2020 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.  Congratulations and welcome to Vicki Sanfelipo.

*Please note: Hall of Fame Highlights will be published as we receive them from the Inductees. We look forward to sharing information about all of our Inductees in the weeks and months to come.

Vicki Sanfelipo

In 1996, Vicki established a non-profit organization called Accident Scene Management, in order to reduce injuries and fatalities for motorcyclists, through First Response training. Since teaching the program in 1997, Accident Scene Management has grown to become the world’s most recognized and accredited program, with nearly 40,000 students who have been trained in six countries.

Vicki has been riding her own motorcycle for 30 years and has completed the MSF’s Experienced Rider Course. She is a life member of ABATE of Wisconsin, HOG, and Road Guardians. Vicki has dedicated her life to the safety of motorcyclists and shares her passion for riding with those around her.

Learn More About the Hall of Fame

Wednesday, August 12

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM MDT

The Lodge at Deadwood100 Pine Crest Drive

Deadwood, SD 57732

Thank you to our 2020 Hall of Fame Sponsors!
Support the Museum During Rally! 

The Museum is offering 30 VIP parking spaces on our lot, located on the corner of Legendary Main Street and Junction, from August 7-16th. Spaces are available first come, first serve for a donation of $100. The parking lot will be secured from 8 AM – 7 PM during Rally. Donations are tax deductible.
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