Sturgis HoF to Induct Six

Sturgis HoF to induct six

Hall of Fame names latest inductees for August event
By Motorcycle.Com Staff, Mar. 07, 2008
The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum has announced this years inductees to its hall of fame.

Six people will be inducted on Aug. 6, 2008 as part of the annual Sturgis rally festivities. Four men and two women are being recognized for their contribution to the history of motorcycling.

This years nominees are:

Charlie St. Clair, executive director of the Laconia Motorcycle Week for the last 16 years. St. Clair has helped to build relations between the Laconia, Daytona and Sturgis rallies.

Kenny Price, founder of Samson Motorcycle products, Price has making motorcycle pipes since the mid 1960s, earning him the nickname the Godfather of Pipes.

Becky Brown, founder of Women in the Wind, an international womens motorcycle organization, which has grown from its initial membership of 11 women to 1,400 members around the world.

Malcolm Smith, an accomplished off-road motorcyclist, Smith is a six-time winner of the Baja 1000 and an eight-time gold medalist in the International Six Day Trial.

Cristine Sommer-Simmons, a motorcycle journalist who co-founded Harley Women Magazine, one of the first motorcycle publications for women.

Johnny Spiegelhoff, the 1947 Daytona 200 winner. Spiegelhoff also won the first Black Hills Rally event at Sturgis.

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