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About Us

Motorcycles don’t have a great reputation. In many parts of the world, they’re seen as the rebellious, noisy and dangerous vehicle, but we have a different story.

For the last thirty years, Two Wheels for Life have been working with the enormous goodwill of the motorcycle community to make sure healthcare reaches people in the poorest and most remote parts of Africa.

Delivering outreach health care in Kapatawee village Bong County, Riders for Health Liberia.

Born out of motorcycle racing and now the official charity of the sport, we have been able to run incredible auctions and events with the help from the stars and teams of MotoGP™.

The programmes we support are delivered by Riders for Health (Riders), healthcare transport experts run by locals in the seven African countries they operate in. Riders have developed unique systems to ensure motorcycles and other vehicles health workers use run reliably day in, day out. Their life-saving system means collecting samples and return test results for quick diagnosis of disease and getting health workers out to villages to care for babies, children and the elderly.

Cal Crutchlow makes a young fan’s day signing an autograph at Day of Champions, UK

Bikers and motorcycle fans know that motorcycles are incredible machines. They bring people together, they’re fun to race, great for commuting, and they are also the only vehicle that can deliver care to some of the most remote communities in Africa.

Join our movement to show the world that two wheels save lives.


This 3 minute film takes you to one of the programmes we support in The Gambia where the people who work in this programme, maintaining motorcycles and delivering healthcare explain how important the work is.