Founded in 1986, the National Coalition of Motorcyclists serves as a nationwide umbrella organization bringing together motorcycle groups, clubs and associations for the purpose of mutual exchange of information, legislative strategy and the combined strength to fight for bikers' rights and against all that is adverse to our freedom of the road.
The goal and purpose of NCOM is to assist all motorcycle organizations and individual riders with legal, legislative and other motorcycling issues through such free services as legislative assistance, nationwide communications network, legal counsel, public awareness & motorcycle safety projects and other important services.
Designed for all rider groups, NCOM is a united voice for over 2,000 NCOM Member Groups nationwide, including most state motorcyclists rights organizations and all Confederations of Clubs, as well as Christian Unity, Clean & Sober Roundtable, National Sport Bike Association, Independent Shop Program, touring groups liaison, minority reachout, and a women riders forum.
NCOM is by bikers, for bikers; with direct input from NCOM Member Groups through an 18-member board of directors representing nine geographic regions across America. For further information, visit our website at www.aimncom.com or call 1-800-525-5355.