Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme

  • 1904

    FIM birth

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    Championships & Prizes

  • 121


  • 13


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    Involved people


FIM President

As President of the FIM I am extremely proud of the fundamental values and conduct of our organisation, which is politically – economically and administratively independent and operates a zero-tolerance policy in terms of political, religious, sexual and racial discrimination. It is on these solid ethical foundations that I can confidently invite you to enjoy the wide and diverse benefits of partnering with the FIM in a way and on a level that would best suit the needs and values of your own brand / company or organisation.

In addition to the obvious advantages that come from being associated with an international sporting federation in terms of credibility, visibility plus the commercial value of the sales – marketing and sponsorship opportunities, our partnership would offer much more. You would be contributing to the ongoing development of motorcycling in general and through education, training and awareness your involvement would be making all two-wheel activities – sporting and non-sporting – stronger, safer and more accessible to a broader audience.

The FIM family is truly global and stretches to all corners of the planet, which is reflected by the one hundred and fifteen affiliated national federations that fall under its care. Originally founded back in 1904 the FIM has grown and adapted over the last century or so to become a fully inclusive organisation that is not only responsible for over fifty FIM World Championships, but has also become the sole recognised competent authority in motorcycle sport by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Additionally, the scope of the FIM’s activities has now widened to include its important and leading role in public affairs, road safety, touring and protection of the environment, plus it has been a forerunner for promoting Women in motorcycling for many years.

Given its unique position and status, the FIM has become the trusted voice of World motorcycling and through its unrivalled outreach has established itself as the primary communication platform within this fast moving and ever-growing sector. Partners of the FIM have the opportunity to connect with this huge and diverse global audience and to share their own key messaging.

I am proud to say that our extensive portfolio now includes our own FIM events, which is headlined by the prestigious annual FIM Awards ceremony; the FIM Programmes that includes the homologation of safety products; and the various FIM Campaigns that champion our core messages. 

Yours in motorcycling

Jorge Viegas – FIM President

Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme

A 120-year-old institution

Founded in 1904 in Paris and currently based in Mies (Switzerland), the FIM is the International organisation acting in all matters connected with motorcycling activities (sporting & non-sporting) and defending the rights and interests of motorcycle users and industry.

121 National Federations across the world and regrouped in 6 Continental Unions are affiliated to the FIM.

FIM is the supreme and sole international authority empowered to control international motorcycling events organised under its jurisdiction throughout the world.

It is recognised by the IOC as the sole competent authority in motorcycle sport.

It is also the 1st international sports federation to impose an Environmental Code in 1994.

Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme


The FIM is the governing body for motorcycle sport and the global advocate for Motorcycling.

The Values of the FIM were adopted by its General Assembly in 2008 and draw attention to the need for fairness, inclusion, unity and transparency in all of its processes. The need to cultivate professionalism, develop expertise and excellence in all areas was recognised as being vital for FIM’s credibility.

The FIM strives to apply the highest standards for health, safety and the environment in its sporting and non-sporting activities.

The FIM fully recognises that the passion and commitment of its riders, officials and volunteers underpin the strength of the organisation.