Established in 1999, the Federation of Asian Motorcycle Industries (FAMI) is a nonprofit association currently comprising of seven motorcycle associations in Asia-that is from Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, The Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand. FAMI constantly promotes activities through consultation, coordination and cooperation initiatives with regard to motorcycle industry within the region. In 2006, FAMI became a member of the International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association (IMMA), the Geneva-based body that represents the motorcycle industry worldwide. The motorcycle industry has exponentially becoming significant and crucially important towards many local and global issues especially on safety and environment matters. Hence, FAMI with it's entirety will always navigate the industry to face those challenges and obstacles. Thus, FAMI will adapt to any changes or demand for requirement towards meeting the standard of living of the people, rules and regulation set by the relevant authorities and stakeholders, harmonization of regulations or even making the global earth an environmental friendly and safe place to be.


Wednesday, July 16, 2014
TAIA Participated in the Launching Ceremony of the Road Safety Information Center
Thai Automotive Industry Association (TAIA) and Thai Motorcycle Enterprise Association (TMEA) by management representatives of Honda, Kawazaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha participated in the launching ceremony of the Songkran Road Safety Information Center at the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM), the Ministry of Interior on April 11, 2014. The Information Center was established to coordinate with the other agencies related to road safety in a bid to help prevent and reduce road accidents during the Songkran holiday April 11-17, 2014 under the slogan "Creating a Culture of Safety so that Songkran Can be Free of Road Accidents".

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Tokyo Motorcycle Show 2014
Spring in Japan is also known as the �season for motorcycles,� linked to the typically robust domestic sales of these units around this time. Amidst the resulting fanfare, time-honored motorcycle shows were held as usual in both Tokyo and Osaka to further drive home the industry�s message. The 41st Tokyo Motorcycle Show was sponsored over the 3-day period of March 28-30 at Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Center) in Tokyo. Manufacturers seized this festive occasion to showcase their latest new model offerings, with guests also able to climb aboard many of these machines to get a taste and feel of exactly what to expect out on the road.

Monday, March 3, 2014
MDPPA Inducts New Officers
The Board of Directors and Committee Chairmen of the Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association, Inc. (MDPPA) were inducted into office in a simple yet remarkabl eceremony on February 18, 2014 at the EDSA Shangri-La Hotel. The event was made more notable with the presence of MDPPA member-companies presidents and MDPPA past presidents; and distinguished guests from the government: Department of Transportation and Communication, Board of Investments and Intellectual Property Office; industry: Philippines Automotive Federation Association, Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines,Inc., Motorcycle Development Dealers Association and Motorcycle Parts Producers and Exporters Association; and media: Inside Racing and Motorcycle Magazine.


Asosiasi Industri Sepedamotor Indonesia

Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association Inc

Malaysia Motorcycle and Scooter Assemblers and Distributors

Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association

Thai Automobile Industry Association

Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association


International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association