Continuing the trend from last year for the social cause, this year again we are here with “DGR 2016” ride. The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride is organized worldwide to spread awareness and raise funds for research on prostate cancer. Globally more men are affected by prostate cancer than women are by breast cancer. Each year, one in nine men develop prostate cancer, and close to 500,000 men will die from the disease. In Agra, India, with the support of weRoyal Riders Motorcycling Club, DGR has orgnaized Gentlemans Ride to raise funds to aid research to find cure to this disease.
In Agra, event by weRoyal Riders is conducted in three parts, we not only ride for the cause but also organize mass meeting for awareness and presentation. Details are given below.
Friday: 23rdth September 2016 (Time 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm)
Press Conference and briefing on the details of this Event.
Venue: Purushottandas Savitri Devi Cancer Hospital, Sikandra, Agra
Saturday: 24th September 2016 (Time 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm)
Seminar Prostate Cancer: Dr. Sandeep Agarwal, Dr. MS Agarwal, Dr. Gyan Prakash Agarwal etc.
Venue: 509 Army Station Bundu Katra, Agra
Sunday: 25th September 2016 (Time 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm)
DGR Vintage & Classic Motorcycle Rally Flag off Ceremony by DM Shri Gaurav Dayal I.A.S (subject to availability)
Venue: St. Peter’s College Wazirpura, Agra
Guests of Honour: Dr. J. N. Tondon, Dr. Shekhar Vajpai, Dr. Vijay Bora, Dr. M S Agarwal, Dr. Sandeep Agarwal, Dr. Gyan Prakash and Rev. Fr. Paul Thannickal
Since it almost time for ride, there few rules and regulation for every riders need to follow.
Join official website
If you are riding from Agra, you can CLICK HERE to register on DGR official site under Agra with us.
Dress Code for the Gentlemen and Ladies:
For the ladies:
Any formal dress ethnic or western, with no loose hanging ends, suitable for riding on a motorcycle or scooter, accentuated with Suitable footwear.
For the Gentlemen:
Formal Suits: Tweed, Linen, Woolen as per weather conditions. To be worn with either a Tie, Bow tie or Cravat.
Suitable for the young urban population. Jeans with tweed jackets, waistcoats or leather jackets. To be worn with either a Tie, bow tie or cravat.
Clean Shave or well kept beards both acceptable.
Formal shoes, boots, brogues all acceptable, however they should be well polished.
Bikes allowed on this event:
All classic bikes:
Such as Triumph Bonneville, Royal Enfield Bullet, Classic 500 and the likes.
All bikes such as the Harley Davidson Iron 883 and the likes.
Such as the Royal Enfield Continental GT and the likes.
Such as the H D Heritage Softail, Super low, R E Thunder Bird, Hyosung Aquila and the likes.
Customized Harleys, Triumphs, Royal Enfields etc.
Classic scooters models of Vespa, Lambretta, and the likes.
Bikes not allowed on this event: Sports model bikes, such as Yamaha R1 or R15 , Duke , Apache and the likes.
Important information: All participating vehicles should be shiny and polished, just like their riders, to keep up with the spirit of the event.
**Helmets will be compulsory for all**
To participate in you must follow above mentioned guidelines. Riding gears are mandatory including helmet and other stuff. For more information please call
Mr. Rajesh : 9997772266
Mr. Khandelwal : 9927031361.
The Humanitarian Motorcycle Club
It is surprising how bikes are disallowed based only on manufacturers. All triumphs are allowed that would include Daytona too. No kawasaki allowed even if it is a tourer.