MotoGP, Roberts Junior sells his suit to help Kenny Noyes

The former world champion of the 500 with Suzuki decided to help his friend Kenny Noyes to recover from a serious accident


FoS Dennis Noyes’ son, Kenny, is still undergoing treatment as a result of his devastating crash in 2015. He’s making good progress but the current treatment he is responding well to isn’t covered by his insurance company.

2000 world champion Kenny Roberts Junior has donated a set of his leathers to the cause.

These leathers were worn by Junior when he raced a 250 in the US early in his career. Junior rode a 250 on the Wayne Rainey Racing team in the 1990s.

The leathers are Nankai and are in well used condition but with no visible holes. They are probably worth a lot more (especially in Japan) but if someone wants to own these leathers for their museum/collection, a donation of $3500 plus $40 shipping will buy them.

If one is interested in donating $3500 to Noyes’s gofund me and owning these leathers, drop us an email and we will get these skins boxed up.

Previously, 1993 world champion Kevin Schwantz bought an Arai visor signed by the late Nicky Hayden for $5000, all funds donated to the Noyes gofundme.



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