Rupert Boneham is America’s favorite Survivor, as well as the founder of the charitable organization Rupert’s Kids. As a contestant on the hit CBS television show “Survivor,” Rupert gained national fame, which he used to help others. After winning “Survivor: America’s Tribal Council,” he used his million dollar winnings to develop Rupert’s Kids. The organization is dedicated to serving youth who have become too old for the youth social service system, but aren’t yet old enough for the adult social service system. The program teaches its participants valuable skills and trades, while empowering them to discover their inner strengths, passions, and interests. Boneham is no stranger to the Sturgis Rally or the Black Hills, having been a familiar face at the Buffalo Chip for many years. His generosity and his love for motorcycling make him the prototypical biker and a role model for all.