MotoGP star Alvaro Bautista show concern for others by taking part in charitable activities in Zambia. Bautista wants to help raise funds to save lives in the African continent.
Bautista, who race for Rizla Suzuki MotoGP team this year, before moving to Honda Gresini in 2012 following the decision to withdraw from MotoGP Suzuki, joined the Riders for Health Experience Africa. They will conduct its activities until the end of November.
The Spaniard was joined by former grand prix star who also co-founder of Riders for Health, Randy Mamola. They feel very concerned about the level of health in there, so it touched his heart to invent this humanitarian activity.
They traveled around Africa with a two-wheeled vehicles. Bautista told MotoGP.com, he was very pleased to be participating in the event, so that it can play a role.
"I am pleased to take part in an amazing trip to Zambia with Riders for Health," he said.
"Since long time I've become a supporter of Riders for Health, and I can not wait to see the work they do."
"This activity will be fantastic, and everyone who took part to help raise money for Riders for Health will have an incredible time."