It is with sadness that Neville Goss MBE sadly passed away over this last weekend. Neville was a Vice President of the ACU from 1970 – 1999 and ACU Chairman between 1982 and 1987. After this he was appointed as an ACU Honorary Member which recognized his huge contribution to the ACU and motorcycle sport in general. Details of his funeral will be notified once known. Our thoughts and best wishes go to Neville’s family during this sad time.
Letter from the FIM
Neville E. Goss M.B.E.
FIM Honorary Deputy President Neville Edmund Goss M.B.E. passed away on Saturday 9 July at
the age of 93.
Neville Goss entered the FIM at the 1971 Congress in Geneva, as a member of the International
Technical Commission (CTI). At the Congress in Caracas in 1977 he became CTI President. He
was elected FIM Vice-President in 1981 at the Congress of Tokyo. He was appointed FIM Deputy
President at the 1984 Spring Meetings in Geneva, a post he kept until 1987. Vice-President from
1988 to 1993 (except in 1990 when he was ad-interim Treasurer), he was appointed President of
the newly-created Consultative Panel for Road Safety in 1988 – which would become the
International Panel for Public Affairs and Road Safety (CIAP) in 1993.
He was appointed Honorary Deputy President in 1995 and in 1998, at the Congress in Capetown,
he retired and received a FIM Gold Medal for his outstanding work in the FIM.
He was also Vice-President of the Auto-Cycle Union from 1970 to 1999, and Chairman from 1982
All the members of the FIM present their sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Neville Edmund Goss MBE
1918 - 2011
The funeral of Neville, our colleague and friend, will take place on July 28th at 11.45 am.
Bassett green Road