Two Wheels are saying thank you to all our generous supporters by offering unique MotoGP™ prizes in a FREE giveaway.
The 2020 MotoGP™season is over, but fans can still get close to their heroes by bidding on signed MotoGP™ memorabilia with items from Joan Mir, Valentino Rossi and all the stars of the track!
COVID-19 changed the world dramatically. We were no longer able to raise funds in our usual ways, but nothing stopped us supporting the delivery of healthcare to remote communities across Africa - using motorcycles.
Launching in time for the holidays, with the help of the teams and partners we've got some real treats in store for racing fans this season!
This week we launched the “Forever Two Wheels” T-shirt collection together with London-based motorcycle custom builders and clothing brand, BOLT Motorcycles.
The visor tear-off discarded by Fabio Quartararo that ended the MotoGP™ race of rival Jack Miller at Misano last month, was auctioned off by UK-based charity Two Wheels for Life and sold for an incredible £4250.
With the help of their Mile partners, Malle London are running an incredible raffle in support of Two Wheels for Life.
Raising money for charity at work is a great way to drum up funds for a good cause and a positive way to bring you and your team closer.
Join us for a series of exciting takeovers featuring stars from across the world of motorcycles. Head over to our Instagram to join us behind-the-scenes, from the comfort of your sofa!
Motorcycle movie director Mark Neale has generously agreed to donate a portion of sales from his FASTER merchandise to Two Wheels for Life.
Lesotho reported its first case of COVID-19 on 13th May, the last African country to do so. But now numbers are rising and a steady number of deaths are being reported daily. Two Wheels have been able to support the Lesotho programme with motorcycles, ambulances, digital services and additional staff.
MotoGP™ fans and good friends Steve Moore and Tim Ashdown have spent their lockdown hatching a plan. They hope to raise £1000 for Two Wheels with their fundraising challenge.
Now that the numbers are rising, the impact of coronavirus is being felt in the regions where we work; The Gambia, Lesotho, Malawi, Nigeria and Liberia.