Win a VIP trip to Valencia with Riders for Health

Posted: 05 Sep 2013

Win the trip of a lifetime

After raising an astonishing £216,000 last Thursday at Day of Champions, Riders for Health have now announced their latest fundraising venture: A competition that could see you heading to the final round of the MotoGP championship in Valencia in VIP style.

With a donation as small as £3 you put yourself in with chance of winning two VIP paddock passes to the Grand Prix, including grid access for the start of Sunday’s race. You’ll also get hospitality with MotoGP teams and an amazing opportunity to meet the legendary, nine-time World Champion, Valentino Rossi. That’s not all, you’ll also get hold of a pair of tickets to the exclusive MotoGP end of season party! Flights and accommodation (in a four star hotel) are all included, so it could end up being the best £3 you ever spend!

British MotoGP rider, Bradley Smith comments: "One of the best things about MotoGP is that it has fans all over the world so this is a great competition because everyone can get involved. Plus, all of the money donated will support Riders for Health who are using bikes to do incredible things in Africa."

Riders for Health do amazing work out in Africa, providing health workers with motorcycles so that they can reach people in remote rural communities with vital healthcare, so beyond the competition your £3 goes to a worthy cause. If you can donate more, why not? Those who enter the competition with a £10 donation will receive a limited edition e-card with a never-seen-before video available to those who donate £25. A £50 donation will get you a specially-designed T shirt and should you donate £125, renowned MotoGP photographer Scott Jones will provide you with an exclusive print.

Get sharing the competition on Facebook too, as there are prizes for those who share it the most! Visit for more information.

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