Triumph India has conducted the 5th edition of Triumph Distinguished Gentlemen’s ride in an effort to raise funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and men's mental health. Over 1500 Triumph Motorcycle owners across cities during early morning hours of Sunday-30th September donned their cravats, straightened their ties, pressed their tweed, and sat astride their favourite classic styled motorcycle. The funds raised will support prostate cancer research and mental health programmes on behalf of The Movember Foundation, who are the world’s largest men’s health organisation.
Leading the ride from Mumbai- Mr. Shoeb Farooq, General Manager Triumph Motorcycles India said- “Prostate cancer affects many around the world. By supporting this prestigious annual ride event, we raise awareness and funds for research to save million lives across the globe. We are delighted to be able to support and participate in such an extraordinary and wonderful event, for such a powerful cause for good. The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride is a brilliant initiative which not only successfully establishes and strengthens the bond amongst fellow motorcyclists but also is aimed at promoting a noble cause."
Triumph has the largest classic range comprising of 7 classic motorcycles that took part in the ride. Motorcycles such as the Bonneville series, Street Twin, T100, T120, Bobber, Street Scrambler, Speedmaster and the Thruxton R. Dressing up for the event is an integral part of The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride. Various titles were up for grabs amongst two-wheeler enthusiasts. Riders took part were awarded Most Distinguished Motorcycle, Most Distinguished Couple, Most Distinguished Gentleman, Most Distinguished Lady, Most Distinguished Moustache, Most Distinguished Beard, and Most Distinguished Junior.