Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM)
1904-12-21 Paris France
21 Dec 1904, Paris (France), as Fédération internationale des clubs motocyclistes (FICM). Re-constituted 28 Nov 1912, London (UK). Subsequently changed title to Fédération international motocycliste, 1949. Present name adopted in 1997. EU Transparency Register: 275954910173-88.
Control and develop sporting, touring and road safety aspects of motorcycling; render effective an international control of the sport by prescribing and enforcing a code of international rules for competitions; encourage international touring and maintain cordial relations between the motorcyclists of all countries; generally assure the unity of the motorcycle movement and safeguard the material and moral interests of its members throughout the world; represent the interests of motorcycle users within the European Community, as well as worldwide.
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General Assembly of delegates (annual); Board of Directors; Executive Board. Commissions (13): Road Racing; Motocross; Trial; Enduro; Cross-Country Rallies; Track Racing; Technical; Women in Motorcycling; Leisure Motorcycling; Public Affairs; Environment; Medical; Judicial.
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