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Five members of Dorna, the people who run MotoGP™, embarked on a knowledge-expanding trip to see the work funded by Two Wheels for Life, their official charity.
Media Manager Friné Velilla tells the story of their adventure.
Twelve times Trial World Champion Dougie Lampkin travelled to this mountainous country to take on the unusual job of training health workers in extreme riding skills.
We're delighted to let you know who won the fantastic prizes in our 2019 holiday prize draw.
We are delighted to announce that our CEO and Founder, Andrea Coleman has made it onto this year's NatWest WISE100 Top Women in Social Enterprise list for 2019.
To celebrate the end of another smashing racing season we're auctioning 15 fantastic items, from knee sliders to stunning photography books signed by some of the biggest names in MotoGP™.
Our biggest and best prize draw of the year goes live. Enter for your chance to get your hands on amazing moto goodies in our biggest and best prize draw of the year.
This year we're taking some of the hard work off your hands. We've found 14 of the best gifts for bikers and MotoGP™ fans and worked with partners to offer discounts to Two Wheels supporters.
It will be the eighth time he has circumnavigated the globe on a motorcycle and this latest incredible ride will raise money to support our work.
Come and find us at this brand new motorcycle themed weekend, where we'll be sponsoring the Retro Racer Cup, running a silent auction and talking abut the work we support in Africa.
Spaces available on a once-in-a-lifetime fundraising ride to Lesotho this November.
What a day! With our sunny morning ride-in taking to the new Silverstone asphalt, on-stage surprises including Colin Edwards going topless and some very exciting auction items taking taking the stage by storm.
With the sun shining, and the racing stars out in force, the WorldSBK family raised a staggering £11,570, at this year's Paddock Show.