Wayne Rooney designs motorbike for charity

Wayne Rooney
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Wayne Rooney designs a motorbike, which will reportedly fetch around £60,000 for a children's charity at an auction in Chester.

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has designed a motorbike, which will be auctioned off for charity.

The 27-year-old played a part in the creation process of a 2012 League Jenson cruiser-style motorbike, which has a special shift rod with 21 black diamonds and a white diamond, as well as a painted number 10 with "Rooney" emblazoned over the top of the petrol tank.

The vehicle will be put up for auction in Chester and is expected to raise around £60,000 for Danish children's charity KidsAid, according to BBC News.

The rear of the bike also has a painting of the England international celebrating a goal from United's Premier League-winning campaign in 2011.

Wayne Rooney strikes again to score his second goal of the match against Reading on December 1, 2012
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