MotoAid is committed to improving the availability of health and community development for people living in remote and rural areas with limited access to services.
In the most remote and difficult to access areas the only way to get anywhere other than walk is on a motorbike.
Midwives, nurses, doctors and development workers use motorbikes. If these breakdown, there’s no RACV to pick them up, and often no garage to fix them. Without a motorbike there’s no way to provide services to the people who most need them, the people who live where there are no roads.
We provide training on safe riding and basic daily mechanical checks. This keeps everyone safe and keeps the bikes on the road.