September 29, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Spirit Motorcycles / Triumph San Jose
460 Meridian Ave
San Jose
CA 95126

RIDING DAPPER FOR A CAUSE: WHERE WE’VE COME FROM AND WHERE WE’RE HEADED. Our first two DGR San Jose Team raised over $$60000 with only 300 Silicon Valley Dappers. Join us in 2019 and make a difference. WIN DISTINGUISHED PRIZES Above all, the greatest prize is raising funds and awareness to men’s health… – Prostate cancer affects 1 in 9 men in the United States and is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death.- 3 out of every 4 suicides are men. Worldwide, every minute a man dies by suicide.Your commitment will benefit our fathers, sons, brothers and friends and we are truly grateful for all of your participation. That being said, we are introducing a bit of competition amongst the gentlefolk in the San Jose ride. For those who are registered and have embraced the spirit of the cause and theme, a selection of exquisite prizes will be bestowed to the: – Most Dapper Gentleman- Most Dapper Lady- Most Distinguished Facial Hair- Most Distinguished Motorcycle- Most Dapper Rider & Pillion Top 3 Highest fundraisers- 1st place- 2nd place- 3rd place Winners will be announced at the end of the ride at 456 Meridian Ave – Triumph San Jose where food, fun and fellowship will flourish. On Sunday, September 29th, 2019, tens of thousands of distinguished gentlefolk in hundreds of cities worldwide will don their cravats, tweak their mustaches, press their tweed and sit astride their classic and vintage styled motorcycles to raise funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and men’s mental health. The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride was founded in Sydney, Australia by Mark Hawwa. It was inspired by a photo of Mad Men’s Don Draper astride a classic bike and wearing his finest suit. Mark decided a themed ride would be a great way to combat the often-negative stereotype of men on motorcycles, whilst connecting niche motorcycle communities together. That first ride in 2012 brought together over 2,500 riders across 64 cities. The success of the event encouraged the founder to consider how it could be used to support a worthy cause.