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Tuesday 25 April 2023


Triumph Backs DGR for 10th Straight Year - May 23, 2023

Slated for global participation on May 23, 2023, The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride (DGR) unites hundreds of thousands of classic and vintage style motorcycle fans all over the world to raise funds and awareness for men’s health. 

DGR was founded in Sydney, Australia in 2012 by Mark Hawwa. Growing year on year, today the DGR spans the world with more than 90,000 riders taking to the streets in more than 800 cities, and more than $37m raised for prostate cancer research and men’s mental health to date.

Triumph Motorcycles became the official motorcycle partner of the DGR from 2014, so this year sees the British manufacturer marking the 10th anniversary of its decision to back the initiative and is doing so in style with a black DGR Limited Edition (250 examples) Bonneville T120. 

One of the most significant contributions Triumph has made to growing awareness and motivating fundraisers around the world has been by providing motorcycles from its Modern Classic range as rewards for the top fundraisers. 

In previous years, this has included unique motorcycles, such as a one-of-a-kind Triumph Thruxton RS DGR Edition and a custom '1959 Legends' Triumph Bonneville T120 and matching Gibson Les Paul Standard guitar, awarded to the 2022 ride’s highest fundraiser as part of a collaboration between Triumph and Gibson.

"This exclusive new Bonneville T120 black Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride Limited Edition motorcycle celebrates this landmark 10th anniversary, and we hope it will help make the 2023 DGR event the biggest and most successful to date."