World's best race photos up for auction!

Monday 27th August cresting the Mountain at Cadwell Park
This incredible picture of Josh Brookes jumping the Mountain at Cadwell Park is just one of the photos up for auction at this year’s Motorcycle Live at the NEC.

Biking’s favourite charity, Riders for Health, is offering 12-framed prints of the most iconic racing photographs ever taken, by the world’s best bike sport photographers.
Rossi celebrates John McGuinness' TT Superbike win, June 2009
The images include everything from McGuinness on the TT podium with Rossi in 2009, to Josh Brookes jumping the Mountain at Cadwell Park, and Michael Dunlop riding through the trees at Skerries.

Each image also includes a package of VIP experiences. The BSB photographs come with a pair of passes to the first round of BSB at Brands Hatch, each WSBK image comes with a pair of passes to next year’s Silverstone race, and the MotoGP passes comes with a pair of passes to Riders for Health Day of Champions where the picture will be signed.

Buy a road race picture for instance and you’ll get to meet TT heroes Guy Martin and Michael Dunlop at the Motorcycle Live Mad Sunday on December 2.

To stand a chance of bidding on these amazing images you must be at Motorcycle Live at the NEC on Sunday November 25. To book tickets, go to:

The auction will be hosted by Eurosport’s Toby Moody and Julian Ryder and take place at 12.30 on the Blackhorse Stage and is being supported by Bennetts. Thanks to: David Goldman (Gold & Goose), Graeme Brown (GeeBee Images), James Wright (Double Red Photographic), Stephen Davison (Pacemaker Press), Silverstone Circuit, Motorsport Vision.
Michael Dunlop - testing Yamaha R6, 2011 at Stranocum, Nr Ballymoney, County Antrim
 Guy Martin - shot at Monument Corner of Scarborough, September 2012
Leon Haslam - aboard his BMW at The Parabolica, Monza, Sunday May 6
Jonathan Rea - aboard his Honda CBR1000RR between SBK and MotoGP stints, Autumn 2012.
Tommy Hill - Sunday 8 July on the way to winning all three races at Oulton Park trying to defend 2011 Championship.