Riders 10th celebration

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Monday evening saw the official celebration of motorcycle charity Riders for Health’s 10th anniversary with a whole host of stars in attendance.

The Princess Royal, the charities patron, hosted the party speaking of the way the charity has managed to help 10 million people in the developing world in the last ten years.

Founded by Randy Mamola the charity supplies transport solutions to countries in the developing world and focuses on providing a motorcycle for every health worker.

The event saw the likes of James Toseland, Troy Corser and Ducati boss Federico Minoli in attendance and MCN editor Marc Potter presented the charity with a brand new Ford Ranger truck for its Zimbawe project.

Watch the video of the event below, including interviews with Toseland and comedian Ross Noble, or click the link at the bottom of the article to download the video.

Click here to donate to Riders online

MCN Staff

By MCN Staff