Vintage & Classic Bike Riders In Support Cancer Research

Vintage & Classic Bike Riders In Support Cancer Research

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Over 112’000 vintage and classic motorcycle enthusiasts recently rode through 648 cities spread across 102 countries to help raise money – and awareness – for cancer research and men’s mental health on behalf of The Movember Foundation, official partner of The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride (DGR).
One of the world’s biggest charity fundraisers for men’s health, the DGR has raised over US $ 13 million to date, and the aim is to add a further $6 million to the cause with the 2018 fundraising campaign that will conclude on October 14th 2018.
Among the many locations, the DGR New York event saw DGR founder Mark Hawwa, Zenith CEO Julien Tornare and various friends of the brand – including Dimitri Coste, official photographer of this particular gathering, fashion blogger, Ed Kavishe – join 112’000 other gentlefolk aboard their scramblers, choppers, bobbers or vintage scooters. Keenly supported by Zenith ambassadors and friends of the brand, Team Zenith is not only the largest to ride in the DGR, but also one of the top fundraising team.
Backing this impressive worldwide gathering for the third year running, Zenith celebrated the occasion by highlighting the arrival on markets worldwide of the Pilot Type 20 Chronograph Ton Up Black, official watch of the event.