Who Is The National Motorcycle Patrol? The National Motorcycle Patrol (NMP) is an all volunteer, non-profit organization providing on-course first aid at motorcycle racing events from club to international levels. Identified by our blue shirts (formerly red) with NMP logo, the Patrol works the turns at road races and motocross events, and sweeps the courses of enduro and hare scrambles events. Since its inception in 1971, the NMP has evolved into a well equipped, highly skilled group of individuals whose training ranges from advanced first aid providers, to paramedics, RNs and doctors. The NMP is supported by the generous donations of individuals, clubs, race promoters, cycle parks, and motorcycle rider organizations. The NMP supports AFM, AMA, and FIM road races at Infineon (formerly Sears Point), Thunderhill, Buttonwillow and Laguna Seca race courses. The NMP supports international, national, and regional enduros, hare scrambles, motocross races, and cross country events.
How To Contact The National Motorcycle Patrol National Motorcycle Patrol Contacts: Dirt Race Coordinator: Jeff Ogden, 559-292-2925 Road Race Coorrdinators: Ann Venenciano:
For more information about the NMP, please visit them at www.motorcyclepatrol.org.
The 2016 AFM Rulebook is available for download HERE
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