Triumph has created 250 exclusive Bonneville T120 Black Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride Limited Edition motorcycles.
Priced from $23,750 rideaway (up $2260 compared to the standard model), the bike gets a DGR metallic black and white paint scheme, featuring official DGR branding with a custom logo on the tank and side panels, gold detailing and brown seat, and each one comes with a numbered certificate, signed by DGR founder Mark Hawwa and Triumph CEO Nick Bloor – with edition 001 being presented to the highest fundraiser for the 2023 DGR ride.
Based entirely on the brand’s Bonneville T120 Black specification with the brand’s 1200cc vertical twin engine good for 59kW and 105Nm, twin disc Brembo brake setup and switchable traction control among its suite of features, the bike was seen as the perfect underpinning to complement the inclusion of a DGR-themed limited edition.
Founded in Sydney Australia in 2012, the DGR was created by Australian rider Mark Hawwa, the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride brings hundreds of thousands of classic and vintage style motorcycle fans all over the world to raise funds and awareness for men’s health issues.
Set down for Sunday May 21, the DGR today spans the world with more than 90,000 riders taking to the streets in more than 800 cities, with more than $AU55.56m raised for prostate cancer research and men’s mental health so far.
Expressions of interests for the bike, of which around a dozen will make it Down Under, should be directed via email to: email@example.com
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