A standard 2009 Yamaha YZF-R1 makes 146.3 horsepower at 11,500 rpm. Thanks to 1972 Daytona 200 winner Don Emde, Valentino Rossi, Aldo Drudi, Yamaha and an outpouring of generosity from some top-shelf aftermarket suppliers, this one has enough power to change the world. It all started when Emde decided Riders for Health-the official charity of MotoGP-could use some help. These riders (www.riders.org) bring essential medical resources to millions of people in isolated areas of Africa. They do it with 1284 motorcycles, good people and a brilliant system that keeps those motorcycles running. All of that costs money, which is why Emde founded Friends of Riders for Health, Inc. to further the cause in America.