BAM (Breakdown and Legal Assistance for Motorcyclists) is a unique organization of bikers helping bikers. Motorcycle Lawyer Russ Brown started BAM over 25 years ago to provide assistance to motorcyclists across the country when they broke down on the road away from home. BAM’s nationwide volunteer network of close to 2 million motorcyclists can help you in an emergency. Here’s how it works: you register FREE by completing a simple ID card on which you will list some personal medical and contact information, as well as what, if any, type of assistance YOU would be willing to offer should you be called upon by a motorcyclist in need. If you experience a breakdown or mechanical problems while on the road, you call 800/4-BIKERS (1-800/424-5377), which is on your BAM card. This will activate the BAM volunteer network and they will look for a fellow rider to assist you.
BAM is sponsored by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys. Membership is FREE, and BAM also provides legal services to members. Their nationwide hand-picked legal network of motorcycle-friendly attorneys is ready to help you if you are involved in an accident.
Get your free BAM Card by calling 800/4-BIKERS and get the protection it offers before hitting the road next season!
Have the help of your fellow riders across the country.
> Emergency Roadside Motorcycle Service
> Nationwide Legal Service Network
> 24 Hour Toll Free Motorcyclist Hotline
> Emergency I.D. Card
> Motorcycle Storage
> Blood Donations
> Hospital Visitation
For more information, head to http://www.russbrown.com.
Click here to watch a video of what to do if you’re in a motorcycle accident.