Bert Baker: V-twin motorcycle drivetrain innovator, businessman, and patriot, Bert Baker is committed to using materials, labor, creativity, know-how, and grit born of America.
Jerry Covington: Whether it is on TV or the cover of virtually every biker magazine in the world, it is hard to miss custom builder Jerry Covington. What does get overlooked is Covington's behind-the-scenes commitment to the motorcycle community and his selfless donation of time and resources to those less fortunate through his various charity projects.
John Penton: One of the most influential figures in off-road motorcycling in the world, John Penton developed a legendary brand of motorcycles that bore his name (better known as KTM today). He also founded Hi-Point, an accessory and distribution company that grabbed 50 percent of aftermarket sales in the US and set the mold for modern distribution powerhouses like Parts Unlimited, Tucker Rocky, and WPS.
Gary Spellman: Using motorcycles as a means to further charitable causes, philanthropist Gary Spellman has been quite effective in utilizing motorcycles to raise money for charities benefiting first responders and their surviving families. He has also brought major business owners into the family of motorcyclists as well as creating the Peace, Love and Happiness Charity Ride with fellow Hall of Famer John Paul DeJoria.
Buddy Stubbs: Talk about being born into the business, Buddy Stubbs was raised in his father's Harley dealership in Decatur, Illinois, and has spent his entire life in and around dealerships, including opening two of his own in the greater Phoenix area. This year marks his 50th year as a dealer and more significantly an ambassador to the motorcycle lifestyle.