Triumph backs Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride

Registrations are now open for 2024 edition of the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride (DGR), taking place simultaneously on Sunday May 19, across the world. Triumph Motorcycles will once again support the event.

The world’s largest charity event for classic and vintage motorcycle enthusiasts will once again help raise awareness and funds for men’s mental health and prostate cancer research, as it pushes towards 1000 rides.

In line with the event’s “Side by Side, Worldwide” campaign, Triumph is working with its global dealer network to host – and participate in – even more rides this year. It’s also providing a fantastic prize.

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To inspire all riders to raise as much money for Movember’s men’s mental health and prostate cancer initiatives as possible, Triumph will reward the top fundraiser with an iconic Thruxton Final Edition – a rare opportunity to own a piece of motorcycling history.

The epitome of café racer style, and the perfect motorcycle to turn heads at the DGR, the Thruxton Final Edition is beautifully finished in an exclusive Competition Green paint scheme, with hand-painted gold lining, signed by the artist.

It blends the style and traditional elegance of the RS, paying homage to the Thruxton’s rich racing heritage. Set to become a desirable collectors’ item, the Final Edition will come with a certificate of authenticity featuring the bike’s unique VIN number.

2024 Triumph Thruxton Final Edition
2024 Triumph Thruxton Final Edition

A unique Final Edition engine badge with a gold-finished surround and ‘Final Edition’ graphic infill will also be included. A new clothing range featuring both the DGR and Triumph brands has been launched to support this year’s ride too.

In addition, 2024 sees the launch of Team Triumph, a dedicated riders group, open to all participants, with clothing prizes are available for the top five fundraisers in the group.

“We share the DGR’s ambitious goal for 2024; to bring even more riders together, in more places around the globe, to raise even more money for men’s mental health and prostate cancer. Triumph Motorcycles CCO Paul Stroud said.

“In 2024, we have set ourselves the goal of reaching 1000 cities around the world,” founder and director of The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, Mark Hawwa said.

“We have ridden with each other on the same day all around the world since 2012. Our community is one that comes together, despite borders and oceans, riding side by side to raise increasingly critical funds and awareness for men’s mental health and prostate cancer.”

Hedon Helmets, ELF Lubricants, and Quad Lock will also be re-joining the classic inspired charity event, further rewarding the efforts of the year’s fundraisers.

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