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The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) is the governing body of motorcycle racing. It represents 90 national motorcycle federations that are divided into six regional continental unions.

There are five motorcycle-racing disciplines that FIM covers, encompassing 34 world championships and prizes: road racing, motocross, trials, enduro, and track racing (combining Grass Track and Speedway). FIM is also involved in many non-racing activities that promote the sport, its safety, and support relevant public policy.

Based in Geneva, Switzerland, it is compromised of 97 federations from around the globe.

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