Donations for DGR are now closed.
It is now one week to go until I participate in the Madison DGR ride! The forecast has a chance of rain, but I am hoping that will improve by the weekend.
Another change for me is that I will be riding a 2016 Bonneville T120, which I bought from my friend David Ringgenberg just over a week ago. It's the first "liquid-cooled" Bonneville I have owned.
If you have any interest in supporting me on this ride, please visit my sponsor page and make a donation, no matter how small. Every dollar raised goes toward Men's Health issues including suicide prevention and prostate cancer research.
I have begun to prepare for the 2019 DGR in Madison, WI. I've started posting on social media to raise supporters for my participation this year! Last year was my first Madison WI Ride as I had moved to the area in the summer of 2018. I was pleasantly surprised to be one of the top fundraisers in my area!
Thank you to all my supporters who made that possible!
I will be participating in the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride again this year on Sunday, September 29, 2019, in Madison, Wisconsin. I think this is my 4th or 5th time participating since this event began.
The ride raises awareness and funds for Men's health issues... prostate cancer research and mental health issues, to be more specific.
If you care about these issues as I do, please consider sponsoring me on this ride! Your donation will be greatly appreciated!
On Sunday the 29th of September, I will don my finest attire with my fellow men and women across the globe to join the fight with The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride to raise awareness for prostate cancer and men's mental health. But before I press my tweed and polish my boots, I need you to donate what you can for this meaningful cause and help me reach my goal.
For your uncles, your brothers, your fathers and friends. Donate what you can, for their lives need not end.
Ride like the wind!
Stay dry, enjoy, and keep the clean side up. Be safe.
Have a good ride!
Hey Randy - happy to support. Best to you.