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Association for Injured Motorcyclists Interior Chapter

The Association for Injured Motorcycles was formed by a group of British Columbia motorcyclists in 1988. They felt that there should be more information of services available to them after an accident, information that no organization was currently providing. By pooling their own accident experience, they thought they could assist riders who were looking for advice.

Mission Statement
Serving more than 220,000 on and off-road motorcyclists throughout British Columbia, Canada. A.I.M. is the leading organization supplying assistance to injured motorcyclists. Your membership helps to support that cause. We believe that all motorcyclists, and their families, benefit from A.I.M. through hospital visitations, home visitations, direction for legal and other assistance, and moral support.

Directors, regional representatives and members serve the association on a volunteer basis. The directors are voted into these positions by members in good standing on a yearly basis.

Staffed solely by volunteers, A.I.M. is committed to assisting injured motorcyclists, ensuring they know their rights, educating the general public re: sharing the road, and publishing a newsletter for member awareness.