Personal major medical insurance is required for all competition members. Emergency room-only insurance is not acceptable. You must have insurance before you compete in any AFM event.
The principal contents of the rulebook are provided in the following web pages. The arrangement of the content differs just slightly from the original printed version.
All rights and privileges to the use and/or reproduction of the AFM Rulebook are held by AFM Inc.; no one may distribute, sell, reproduce, modify, or otherwise use all or part of the AFM rulebook without prior consent of the AFM Inc. Board of Directors.
The technical requirements for motorcycles contained in the rulebook are not to be regarded as all inclusive relative to safe race preparation. It is the responsibility of the rider to make sure his/her motorcycle is prepared in a safe, workmanlike manner.
If you have any questions or need clarification of any parts of these rules, don't hesitate to call or e-mail the AFM. It is far better to ask and be clear on something and act accordingly than to be unsure or make possibly incorrect assumptions and find out later that you are not legal.
Vendors with advertisements or announcements in any rulebook, newsletter and/or raceday program should not be interpreted as an endorsement by AFM.
The American Federation of Motorcyclists, Inc., (AFM), a not-for-profit California Corporation, began in 1954 as a handful of enthusiasts and has grown to around 800 competition members and >1100 total members (racers, associates & course workers).
Overall control of the AFM rests with the Board of Directors of AFM, Inc., elected by you, the membership.
Race promotion and local matters are normally handled by two chapters, one in the San Francisco Bay Area, and one currently inactive chapter. Chapter meetings are held monthly. See Contact info>AFM chapter and Board Meetings for meeting information.