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Triumph Motorcycles Offer New TFC Model to Distinguished Gentleman's Ride Top Fundrasier


A new addition to the Triumph Factory Custom line is set to be unveiled and given away to the top fundraiser for the 2019 Distinguished Gentleman's Ride.


It's no big secret that Triumph Motorcycles and The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride have long held a special relationship, with the iconic British brand’s modern classic lineup the perfect ride for the modern gentlemanly rider.


In previous years, Triumph has offered fully customised bikes up as prizes for the rider who raises the most money globally towards the Men’s health focussed charity, and now for the 2019 edition of the DGR Charity ride Triumph has reportedly upped the game.

With the recently launched Triumph Factory Custom line, Triumph now has an exclusive line of very special bikes on top of the already lustful range of motorcycles, and for the 2019 Distinguished Gentlemans’s ride, Triumph is said to be giving away a brand new TFC model to the rider who raises the most money for the charity this year.


The yet to be announced TFC Model will join the sold-out Rocket III TFC and Thruxton TFC models, with the bike limited to 750 units worldwide.


The bike to be given away will be unit 001/750 of the new as un-named Triumph model, making it an instant and highly sought after collector's item.


“How’s this?! Exclaimed Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride founder, Mark Hawwa in a Facebook announcement. “The highest global fundraiser wins TFC 001/750. What model? No idea, it gets announced to the world when it gets handed over to him or her at a special presentation!

When asked how the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride managed to secure such a lucrative prize, Hawwa put it simply: “This is all Triumph Motorcycles baby! We have an amazing relationship with them.”


The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride was founded by Hawwa in 2012 where “the DGR” as its commonly known started as a local charity event which has since become a global movement that has raised US$18.5 million for men’s health charities.