Canadian Motorcycle Association

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Canadian Motorcycle Association
Sport Motorcycling
Affiliation FIM
Affiliation date1950
Headquarters Hamilton, Ontario,
Official website
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The Canadian Motorcycle Association (CMA; French : Association Canadienne des Motocycles, ACM) was founded in 1946. In 1950, it became affiliated with the World Governing Body of the Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme.

Federally incorporated in 1957, it serves as a national voice for Canadian motorcycle riders and enthusiasts. The CMA is headquartered in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

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