Colleen M. Vetere, RN, MPH – Lead Instructor/Instructor Trainer

Colleen Vetere has been an avid motorcyclist since the early 80’s and over the years has owned motorcycles of many makes and models. Her current bike is a 94 Harley Davidson Road King on which she has ridden over 125,000 miles. Her primary biking passions include long distance, cross-country travel and she has taken many such trips over the years.  A Registered Nurse by training, Colleen has worked in a variety of clinical and consultative settings over the past 25+ years.  Her clinical experiences include emergency rooms and intensive care units in hospitals in Austin and Houston TX.  She also served for ten years in the U.S. Army Reserves, Army Nurse Corps and was an assistant professor in the healthcare management programs for a couple of university settings.  Colleen is a member of AMA, HOG, and Road Guardians and a former MSF Rider Education Coach.  She has been teaching the Bystander Assistance Classes since 1999 and is now also one of ASM’s Instructor Trainers for the USA.

She can be reached by filling out the form online.



  1. DJ Dryer says

    Greetings to all! I took the ASMI course with Colleen and Tyke in 2013. This course was awesome, and they did a great job team teaching. In fact their passion for Motorcycles spawned (or rekindled) my own passion. I was not a motorcycle rider when I took the course (I took it to be of help to riders that I might find on the road) but now I am shopping for a Harley Road Glide – Special! I love people that share their passion! Trust me, if you are looking for an instructor – look no further!

    DJ Dryer

    • Vicki Sanfelipo
      Vicki Sanfelipo says

      That is so cool! Thanks DJ, it’s great to hear from you. I’m sure Colleen and Tyke will be in touch. Colleen and Tyke teach in both CO and MO. I know you took this in Texas so I guess they teach there too 😉

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