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The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride creates themed rideouts across the Globe to raise awareness and funds for male charitable causes. Founder Mark Hawwa hit upon the inspiration for the 'dressing dapper' theme in 2012, when he saw a photo of Don Draper from TV show Mad Men sitting on a classic bike whilst wearing a suit. Triumph decided that the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride captures everything to be celebrated about motorcycling, and has supported the event for a number of years, seeing DGR grow to a global event in the process.


Since its inception The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride has spread to more countries, cities and towns each year. On May 22nd 2022, 93,456 riders in 802 cities, spread across 104 countries, dressed dapper and rode their classic motorcycles.



The 'Triumph DGR Riding Group' is for any Triumph modern classic rider to enter and the top five fundraisers in each of these teams will win a high-value clothing prize from Triumph.

There are several ways you can join the 'Triumph DGR Riding Group' and ‘Ride Solo Together’;

1. When people first register and go to their Ride Dashboard a main section on that page shows them the key links to join one of the Featured Teams.

2. In the main 'About DGR' drop down menu riders can select 'featured teams' which takes them to a section on the leading teams with a link to join.

3. When a rider is on their dashboard page they can choose to 'create/join a team' link, which takes them to a section where they can create their own team or search for one to join. 

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Funds raised by The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride are invested into prostate cancer and men’s mental health initiatives all around the world. Explore the projects in more detail on the DGR website.

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You can get updates and see images of Triumph riders taking part across the globe via the official Triumph social media channels.