Tony “Pan” Sanfelipo is widely known throughout the motorcycle community. His nickname “Pan” comes from his love of Panhead motorcycles. He’s been a senior motorcycle investigator for the firm since 1992.
“Pan” is very active in the riders’ rights movement, and has testified at every hearing on motorcycle legislation in Wisconsin since 1974. He helped defeat the mandatory helmet law in Wisconsin, spearheaded angle parking legislation and led the movement for legislation dealing with motorcycle confiscation. He is a lead instructor for Accident Scene Management, Inc., and a retired member of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT).
Milwaukee Area Technical College – National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT 1996)
- Sturgis Freedom Fighter Hall of Fame (2002)
- Certificate of Commendation for ABATE Bike Show from Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Corrections, Gov. Lee Sherman Dreyfus, 1981
- Certificate of Commendation for founding ABATE of Wisconsin from Gov. Tommy G. Thompson, 1994
- Official Recognition for 25 years of Service to the Motorcycle Community, from the City of Milwaukee by its Mayor, John O. Norquist
- Wisconsin Emergency Medical Services Roaddocs (2014-Present)
- Road Guardians – Charter Member (2006-Present)
- Ben “Nighthorse” Campbell’s Lawmakers (2004-Present)
- Accident Scene Management – Lead Instructor (1996-Present)
- riders of Lesser Tolerance – Founder, National Director (1992-Present)
- ABATE of Wisconsin – Founder (1974-Present)
- Tommy Thompson Reunion Ride – Road Captain (1995-2009)