Parkingo Triumph at Rock the Kasbah with Virgin Unite

Wednesday, 10 November 2010 08:50 GMT
Parkingo Triumph at Rock the Kasbah with Virgin Unite
ParkinGO, the airport parking facilities network and title sponsor of Team BE1 Racing, and Triumph have decided to donate their World Supersport motorcycle to Virgin Unite, the no-profit organization of Virgin Group headed by eclectic businessman Richard Branson.

The bike, which will be up for a charity auction on November 11th at Los Angeles during Rock the Kasbah event, is the Triumph Daytona 675 with which Chaz Davies finished 4th overall in the 2010 Supersport World Championship.

Rock the Kasbah, which celebrates its 4th anniversary this year, is a fund-raising event organized by Virgin Unite and Eve Branson Foundation for a series of aid actions for young American people in need and to finance females entrepreneurial projects in Morocco.

Giuliano Rovelli, CEO ParkinGO and BE1 Racing Team Owner: "I'm really glad to contribute to this action which strengthens relationships between our company and the world Virgin, helping people in need as well. I cooperate with Virgin Holidays Cruises, Virgin Active fitness villages are our partner for fitness and wellness services dedicated to our employees and customers, Virgin Radio is our official media partner in Supersport World Championship. Most of all, we and Virgin share the same strong values: love of new challenges, ability of innovating, care of human resources, will to start business in which fun is an essential part. In a word, being at Rock the Kasbah through a concrete contribution has been natural".

Tue Mantoni, CEO Triumph: "Triumph is very proud to donate this unique motorcycle to this charity auction. The Daytona 675 is a class-leading supersport motorcycle and this factory race version is unique and not possible to purchase. This represents a very rare opportunity for an enthusiast to lay his or her hands on a genuine factory bike and at the same time contribute to an extremely good cause. We hope that Chaz' bike goes to a good home and raises as much money as possible for Virgin Unite".

During the event the Triumph Daytona 675 will be shown in a brand-new livery, made by Dinamo ICQ. The company based in Turin has created a customized Virgin motorbike just for the event. Bids will start from € 50,000. Anyone interested in entering the auction to get the Daytona can bid online as well. More information at,,