Dgr 2019 Highlights



With The 2019 Distinguished Gentleman's Ride prize competitions ending, we can happily announce all winners of the prestigious Top Fundraiser prizes, and the famed Gentlefolk Prize winners, along with our incredible top pillion fundraiser!

2019 has been a thrilling year, with the event raising over $5.8m USD for prostate cancer research and men's mental health on behalf of charity partner, the Movember Foundation. This year also saw a steady increase in both registered riders, with over 115,000 dapper men and women coming together across 678 cities to ride united for the cause. And of those thousands of people, we are lucky enough to reward a few fortunate folks who have raised enormous amounts this year and immortalised themselves in the DGR Hall of Fame. These spectacular folks are:

DGR 2019 HIGHEST FUNDRAISERS

These incredible people raised the bar and went above and beyond for men's health, spreading awareness and raising funds for the Movember Foundation. 

2019 Top Fundraiser

Ron Krietemeyer, $51521, San Jose CA, USA

2019 2nd Highest Fundraiser

Joseph Mancinelli, $46056, Hamilton Canada

2019 3rd Highest Fundraiser

Vincent Nicolai, $34649, New York NY, USA

2019 Highest Fundraising Pillion

Mariana Carnevali, $3218, Miami FL, USA

Gentlefolk Winner (Triumph Motorcycle)

Anthony Van Haaster, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Gentlefolk Runner-Up (Hedon Helmet)

Will Hauptman, Rhinebeck, NY, USA

Thank you, to you incredible people, and to everyone who might not have won a prize, but still raising incredible funding for men's health. You are all amazing, and we thank you for making 2019 such a special year! Because of your philanthropic efforts, we can continue to support the long list of awareness, support, and research programs that we are able to run with our charity partner, the Movember Foundation, in achieving our collective ambition to stop men dying too young! And this year, we took a giant leap toward achieving that goal!

Well done, you dapper gentlefolk!

We'll see you marvellous motorcyclists next year!



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