Motorcycle Safety Foundation president and CEO Tim Buche has accepted an invitation to serve as a judge for the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme Road Safety Award.
“Over the years, the FIM and MSF have cooperated many times. We look forward to working with Tim and welcome his input regarding the individuals, organizations or commercial companies that merit this award,” FIM CEO Guy Maitre said.
The FIM Road Safety Award, which was first given last year, honors safety-oriented programs in motorcycling across the globe that demonstrate innovation, initiative and specific leadership qualities. Buche will serve on a panel of several international judges.
“I would like to thank Guy Maitre and the FIM for offering me this wonderful opportunity,” Buche said. “My work is guided by the MSF Board of Directors, which supports my participation and encourages the MSF’s ongoing international relations. I believe that motorcycling and motorcycle safety are a universal language, and I’m honored to be serving alongside a number of distinguished judges who will determine the final winners of the FIM Road Safety Award.”
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