Death is but one aspect of a motorcycle accident.

What happens when you survive the crash?

No matter what caused the accident, no matter where it accident alters your life.
You now have new limitations, a healing period. You have to learn how to cope, how to get around...

Imagine yourself in the situation that two young fathers from Southern Alberta find themselves in.

One is coming to grips with the fact that he will never walk again and the other with the fact that he'll need a prosthetic to walk.

Both are still in hospital - one is from Medicine Hat and one is from High River.

The Alliance for Injured Motorcyclists of Canada was founded in 1996 as the National governing body for the Association for Injured Motorcyclists which was founded in 1983.

The primary purpose of AIM and AIM-Can is to provide emotional, practical and financial supports to riders and their families in the event of a motorcycle accident.

We are actively looking to form chapters right across Canada in an effort to better support and serve our brothers and sisters during their time of need.

If you would like more information on forming a chapter and providing those practical supports to a fellow rider during their time of need please contact Cliff Hammond National President of AIM-Can at (

You can make a difference. And remember - "There but for the grace of God go I"

It could be you that needs the support after an accident...

PLEASE - Ride like everyone around you is blind and can't see you, make sure your motorcycle is in good repair, stay hydrated and please use your head for something besides carrying your helmet.

Belt Drive Betty
National Vice President
Alliance for Injured Motorcyclists of Canada

Post a Comment