The FIM is committed to caring for the environment and created its International Sustainability Commission (CID) to enforce this policy. The adoption of the first FIM Environmental Code dates back to 1994.
Concern itself with medical issues, the physical condition of motorcyclists and advise the Commissions on the physical criteria each rider must fulfil in order to obtain a licence, as well as on the medical services that must be provided for the organisation of events.
Its mission is to create egalitarian opportunities and to promote equal treatment for women involved in activities related to motorcycling. It shall establish co-operation with all sporting, extra-sporting Commissions, Panels and external partners in the world of motorcycling.
Study and co-ordinate activities aimed at creating services for motorcycle-riding tourists and developing road-based motorcycling as a legitimate means of recreation and transport. Promote the cause of motorcycling with land planning authorities and environmentalists.
It defends the rights of motorcyclists as citizens and consumers. The Commission deals with the safety of riders on the road and also the quality and safety of products used in motorcycling. It has a major role in the promotion of rider training.