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Experience a MotoGP™ pillion ride at Silverstone

Official MotoGP™ charity Riders for Health is offering the fantastic chance to take a pillion ride on a Ducati MotoGP bike around Silverstone at the British Grand Prix from the 15th June.

The Ducati two-seat at Silverstone is your chance to get on-board a MotoGP bike piloted by a grand prix legend and support Riders for Health at the same time. A ride on the Ducati two-seat is an experience like no other. It’s a MotoGP rider’s view of the historic Silverstone circuit on a MotoGP bike piloted by grand prix hero and co-founder of Riders for Health, Randy Mamola.

The famous Ducati Desmosedici two-seater ride is a unique chance to complete a lap of one of the fastest MotoGP circuits in the world, on the same weekend as the stars of MotoGP. And, best of all, your ride will support the work of Riders for Health.

But it doesn’t stop there. Each passenger will receive a pair of ‘premium paddock passes’ for the day of their ride and will enjoy lunch in the Ducati hospitality suite. It is a chance not to be missed. Members of the public simply cannot buy the chance to ride on this bike anywhere else in the world.

All the money raised from the sale of the rides goes directly to support Riders for Health’s work in Africa. An award-winning social enterprise, Riders for Health makes sure health workers in Africa have access to reliable motorcycles and ambulances so they can reach even the most isolated people with regular and predictable health care.

Rides are available on Friday 15th, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th June. So you can enjoy either of the two practice days or have your ride in front of a full race day crowd.

For more information about taking part in this incredible experience, contact Martyn Cook by calling +44 (0)1604 889 574 or email mcook@riders.org.

Note: Each passenger must undergo and pass a full medical check prior to their ride, and passengers must not exceed 90 kilos (14 stone). Participants must be over 18.

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MotoGP, 2012

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