resizedcrop-12639768a13f43d8124c74391bd48b32-534x534 Rossi signing the Yamaha YZF-R1


Rossi is one of the world's most famous sportsmen, and he embodies the fantastic era of MotoGP we are currently in.

The money raised from the sale of the bike will benefit La Gotita Onlus, an Italian charity, which supports the educational, social and economic development of children in need.

Yamaha has donated a YZF-R1 2015 Movistar MotoGP replica motorbike which has the Movistar Yamaha MotoGP 2015 livery which is not available on the market.


The bike can be ridden or would not be out of place in a private or museum collection.

As well as the incredible autograph, the £15 000 bike technical specs are:

- New 998cc 200PS crossplane 4-cylinder engine

- Highly advanced electronic control systems

- 6-axis IMU with Gyro/G sensors for 3D motion data

- Banking sensitive Traction Control/Slide Contro

- Front Lift Control and Launch Control

- Banking sensitive Racing ABS/Unified Brake System

- New short wheelbase aluminium Deltabox frame

- 199 kg wet weight

- Upward truss type swingarm/magnesium rear frame

- Magnesium wheels and aluminium fuel tank

- One-click' adjustable riding modes

- New Thin Film Transistor (TFT) LCD instrument

Also on Charity Stars is Maria sharapova's used and signed racket, an Elvis Presley Signed LP Cover and Beatles Gold Disc awarded for the album 'Help!'

The sale of the signed Yamaha YZF-R1 ends on September 18.
To find out more about La Gotita Onlus, see here.
Search Charity Stars on Barnebys here.