Distinguished Gentleman's Ride

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Thu, 11 Sep 2014

Distinguished Gentleman's Ride

On the 28th September our Dealership Manager Harry and his sophisticated associate Andy Card will be donning their most debonair attire and waxing their beards as they take part in the 2014 Distinguished Gentleman's Ride, raising money for research into men's prostate cancer.

Please could you follow the link below to the team sponsorship page and kindly get sponsoring, it'd be great if we can get way over and above his target!

If anyone else would like to join Harry and Andy, please get in touch and we will give you details of the Maidstone ride. Alternatively, join our ride by following the steps on the official site.

Thanks old chums!

Sponsor Our Team


More about the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride

‘I say! What a spiffing smoking jacket. Who is your tailor, sir?’

Sadly, sentences like these are not often uttered anymore. For one day a year, however, thousands of Distinguished Gentleman (and genteel ladyfolk) in hundreds of cities worldwide press their cravats, starch their tweed and sit astride their classic-styled motorcycles to raise funds for prostate cancer research and awareness. It’s a day all about spreading merriment while raising awareness of a really important issue.

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride is a celebration of the art of being dapper and the style of classic custom motorcycles. What does that mean, you ask?

Think: Monocles, jaunty trimmed moustaches, silk vests, crisp shirts and tailored suits. 

Ride: Café Racers, Bobbers, Classics, Flat Trackers, Scramblers and quirky, undefinable two-wheeled machines.

Do: Bring your finest manners, neatest beards and a sense of fun and adventure.

Pay: Nothing to ride (entry is free); but please consider helping our charities by getting your friends and family to sponsor your involvement (see FAQs for how this works). Or buy a patch or a sticker. Every little bit helps.

Tally ho!

Sponsor Our Team