Motorcycle symphony for Distinguished Gentlemen

Motorcycle symphony for Distinguished Gentlemen

We know motorcycles are music to our ears and now Dutch musician Dominic Seldis has proven it by producing a special motorcycle symphony to promote this Sunday’s Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride. The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam musician has recreated Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss using only a range of different motorcycle exhausts. Symphony bikes Interestingly, a couple …

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Distinguished Gentleman's Ride ladies

DGR not just for gentlemen but ladies, too

Even though the seventh annual Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride on 30 September 2018 shines an “extra strong” spotlight on men’s health issues, the event is also eagerly supported by many ladies. Ladies take charge ‘In fact, almost 30 of the rides planned this year in more than 650 cities across 95 countries are organised by ladies, says …

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Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride founder Mark Hawwa

Five more countries become Distinguished

Albania, Kuwait, Monaco, Nicaragua, and Ukraine join the line-up of distinguished countries involved in the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride which this year. The 2017 DGR on September 24 is expected to involve more than 600 cities, about 70,000 riders and 95 countries and raise an expected $US 5 million for cancer research, says spokesman Stephen Broholm. …

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DGR is back, bigger and hairier

The fifth annual Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride (DGR) is on again worldwide on September 25 2016 and for the first time the chosen charity is the Movember Foundation. DGR has set a fundraising goal of $US5 million to be invested by the Foundation in local and global prostate cancer research and suicide prevention programs. Last year, DGR …

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Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride

Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride success

Organisers of the inaugural Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride at Noosa on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland expected 12 riders, but ended up with almost 100, such is the success of this global phenomenon. The Noosa ride on September 27, 2015, was one of 131 new rides added to the list of cities around the world participating in the DGR this year, bringing the number …

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Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride

Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride grows

The exponential growth of the global Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride continues with 131 more rides in cities around the world this year. Last year, the DGR raised more than $US1.6 for prostate cancer research around the world with 20,000 distinguished gents and ladies turning out in more than 235 cities in 55 countries. With nine weeks to …

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Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride Mods V Rockers

Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride success

In just three years, the Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride has become a roaring success, if you’ll excuse the pun. So far this year, the Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride has raised more than $US1.6 for prostate cancer research around the world with 20,000 distinguished gents and ladies turning out in more than 235 cities in 55 countries.   SEE THE BRISBANE …

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James Tobin Long Ride

James Tobin leads Long Ride for cancer

UPDATED OCTOBER 10: It didn’t take much to convince TV presenter and bike fan James Tobin to take part on the Long Ride to Uluru to raise funds for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia. “Like everyone, I’ve had people close to me affected by cancer – some who have survived and some who haven’t,” …

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Cancer

Indian supports cancer charity

Indian Motorcycle has donated a 2014 Indian Chief Vintage to Blue September which raises money and awareness to fight prostate, testicular, bowel, skin, lung and other cancers affecting Australian men. The stylish, classic-styled soft-bagger cruiser is worth $31,495 rideaway and all you have to do to win it is log on to www.blueseptember.com.au, donate $10 …

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