TWO WHEELS FOR LIFE Trophy
Two Wheels for Life started during mid 80's together with MotoGP™ LEGEND Randy Mamola and former motorcycle racer Andrea Coleman with the aim to raise funds in the world of motorcycles for healthcare programs in Africa.
For that reason once a year they award the most charitable MotoGP™ team, as each rider and team donate memorabilia to be auctioned.
The trophy represents the Two Wheels for Life logo in aluminum. The base is made of an African inspired yellow-red wood called Indian Rosewood to resemble the warm tone colors of the TWFL main palette.
Most Charitable MotoGP™ Team (given this trophy):
2018: MOVISTAR YAMAHA MotoGP™