Raised since 2012

$30.00M USD

Riders

51,524

Days to go

3


How to Take Part in 2021

Due to the ever-changing level of restrictions in place in each city and country, the format of The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride for 2021 will vary depending on the location in which each ride will take place. For information click below.


The ride can't be mass-participation and will follow a Ride Solo model with different ways to engage the local riders.
The ride component itself will run as per normal with all the COVID-Safe provisions however there will be no start, regroup or end.
The ride will run as per normal with all the COVID-Safe provisions ensuring it follows local guidelines.
Triumph 10 Year

10 Year Anniversary Triumph Thruxton RS

Enter the Gentlefolk Competition and be in the running to win this one-off custom Triumph Thruxton RS.

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Nathan's Story

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A Decade of DGR

This year’s event marks our 10th year anniversary. Without the support of all organisers, volunteers, riders, families, friends we would not have achieved the milestone of raising over $27.45m since our first ride in 2012.

Here are the heroes behind the event.

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    Paal Bjåstad
    Stavanger, Norway
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    Amanda Smith
    Perth, Australia
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    David Escalier
    La Paz, Bolivia
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    Wayne Cockburn
    Macedon Ranges, Australia
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    Jane & Tim City Coast Motorcycles
    Wollongong, Australia
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    Greg Dembs
    Haddonfield NJ, United States
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    Stephen Heger
    East London, South Africa
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    Ivan Kurylev
    Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
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    Kamal Chodhri
    Pune, India
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    Joey Mercado
    San Juan, Puerto Rico
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    David Bookout
    Ukiah CA, United States
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    Niklas Borg
    Gothenburg, Sweden
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    Janoe Krzeminski
    Utrecht, The Netherlands
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    Tom Daniels
    Brooklands - West London, England
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    Rodger Williamson
    Montgomery, United States
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    Andrew Girling
    Framlingham, England
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    Javier Soler
    Granada, Spain
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    Don Leonhardt
    Los Angeles CA, United States
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    Ulf Fransberg
    Stockholm, Sweden
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    Irina Kostina
    Vladivostok, Russia
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    Grzegorz Korczak
    Wroclaw, Poland
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    Haris Trituska
    Cirebon, Indonesia
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    Yasser Hussain
    Dammam-Khobar, Saudi Arabia
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    BFT Bhutan
    Gelephu, Bhutan
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    Lionel Valem
    Clermont-Ferrand, France
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    Michael Trinidad
    Naga City, Philippines
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    Sunny Tobgay
    Gelephu, Bhutan
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    Larry Miller
    Lock Haven, United States
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    Andraž Kopitar
    Ljubljana, Slovenia
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    Gustavo Narez
    Wichita KS, United States
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    Dimitris Kogkelis
    Volos, Greece

Mental Well-Being for Motorcyclists

The world is a different place and connecting with friends & family is more important than ever.

We have funded key programs in 2020 that are aimed at both improving the mental well-being of men in motorcycling and also the wider community.

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride Social Connections Challenge is a new initiative that will leverage funds raised by The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride community, creating a funding pool of AUD $1.15 million, to find ideas that can improve the social connectedness, life satisfaction and mental wellbeing of motorcycle riders.

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Program
Program

Our charity partner is The Movember Foundation, the largest men’s health organisation in the world. Since 2016, A total of USD $10.1 million has been invested in men’s health programs globally.

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