International Motorcycling Federation (FIM)
The organisation consists of 13 commissions that each meat twice per year.
Road Racing – Motocross – Trial – Enduro - Cross-Country Rallies – Track Racing – Technical - Women in Motorcycling - Leisure Motorcycling – Public Affairs – Environment –– Medical – Judicial.
Sport and other activities
Motorcycling sport is run, at FIM World Championships and Prizes level, in six different disciplines. Road Racing, which include Grand Prix, Superbike, Supersport, Sidecar and Endurance: Motocross (with three solo classes, women, veterans and the sidecars), the Motocross of Nations (competition with National teams), Supercross, SuperMoto, Snowcross; the Trial, with Individual Trial, Indoor Trial, Trial des Nations, with competitions for men and for women; Enduro, with the Individual World Championships including women and junior, and the International Six Days – run since 1913, the oldest competition held under the aegis o the FIM. The Cross-Country Rallies are managed by a new Commission created by the new Statutes. Finally Track Racing includes Individual Speedway Grand Prix, the Speedway World Cup (team), Junior Speedway, Long Track and Ice Racing (individual and Team). All this represents a total of 59 FIM World Championships and Prizes.
The FIM is also engaged in non-sporting activities – tourism, gatherings and leisure, public affairs, or activities linked with sport, such as women in motorcycling; technical, medical and judicial aspects. Last but not least, environment is linked to both sporting and non-sporting domains.
The FIM Magazine - 2011 Special Issue
The FIM Magazine - Sep, Oct, Nov 2011
The FIM Magazine - Jun, Jul, Oct 2011
The FIM Magazine - Apr, May 2011
The FIM Magazine - Feb, Mar 2011.
The FIM Magazine - 2010 Special Edition
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