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Hamilton 2018 Distinguished Gentleman

Hamilton 2018 Distinguished Gentleman's Ride


September 30th 2018 is the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride here in Hamilton.

Last year we had an epic turnout for our very first Distinguished Gentleman's Ride. With over 150 riders on everything from 50's Royal Enfields to new Truxton Cafe Racers, together we raised over $50,000 USD for prostate cancer research and men's mental health through Movember Canada. It was awesome. And 2018 is gonna be even better!



This is not a men's only event. Women are encouraged to participate.

You must ride a motorcycle or scooter than meets the style requirements set by The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride team. More info on this below.

You must pre-register for the ride. You cannot just show up on the day and ride with the group. You have to register first. Registrations open in the summer.

You must dress up for the event. There's no strict dress code but you better look dapper AF.

The goal of the ride is to raise money AND awareness. Once you register, you should try to raise as much money as possible. It's for a good cause and you can win some awesome prizes (in 2017, one of our Hamilton riders won a brand new Triumph Bonneville T120!!!!)

If you have any questions, you can email us here.

You can visit The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride website for more info.

If you're wondering if your motorcycle or scooter qualifies for the ride:

Hamilton Distinguished Gentleman's Ride Motorcycle Style Guide

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