Charity bike rides can be emotional events. People often get involved when loved ones have been adversely affected by what the charity is working to overcome and aid. It therefore takes a lot of mental strength and courage to organize charity rides and carry them out. The process of mentally facing something that has caused significant pain in one’s life can become a journey of self-discovery and often result in feeling emotionally cleansed and deeply content. It takes a lot of bravery to get involved in charity rides that will stir lots of emotions. They can be psychological explorations, which enable people to learn about themselves by being shoved out of their emotional, mental and physical comfort zones.
Charity bike rides offer a unique opportunity to meet fascinating people who often share experiences and situations that you can relate to. Most people get involved in charity bike rides because they truly believe in the charity’s work. Sharing this We think is a pretty good start point for striking up new friendships. Distinguish Gentleman Rides are a great example of the social potential of charity rides. Thousands of people worldwide get dressed in their best attire and take part in this prestigious and Iconic charity ride and donate and raise funds for Men’s Prostate Cancer and Mental Health in a well-organized way. You’re bound to find someone riding at your pace to have a good conversation with.
Everyone has a charity or two close to their hearts. Organizing a charity ride is not only a great way of raising money for great causes, it also helps to spread the word of the work the charity does. Charity rides market the charity without draining their marketing resources. There is also often second hand fundraising when people find out about a charity through a ride. If they like the cause they may well donate to them regularly or even organize their own ride. Like Wise is The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride Partnering with Movember Foundation to support and raise funds for Men dealing with Prostate Cancer and Mental Health Their ride and charity are with much passion and enthusiasm. Having said that India is one of those countries to show its support to such rides and donate. Well not only donate but raises funds too. We have numerous Bike Clubs and Bikers in India taking part in this ride which is happening in 19 Cities around the Map and Bharat Beard Club is co-hosting it in more then 10 cities across India.
The Cities hosting The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride are – Agra, Aurangabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Chennai, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Delhi, Durgapur, Hyderabad, Imphal, Indore, Jaipur, Kochi, Leh, Lucknow, Ludhiana, Mumbai and Pune.
Among these organizers, the best thing about the Bangalore Ride is, that it is, not organized by a Biker Club but by Bharat Beard Club, a club that always puts itself first when it comes to charity and supporting Gentlemen who are suffering with illness. This is the second year we are organizing this event and its bigger this time with more riders, with more donations and with more fund raising. We are sure that this ride will make us all proud to be a part of. Let’s get ready On Sunday the 24th of September, as we don our finest attire with our fellow men and women across the globe to join the fight with The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride to raise awareness for prostate cancer and men’s mental health.
The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride happening around the world and connecting every rider who is willing to donate and support this cause under one forum they like -Riding.
It wouldn’t have been possible to host this event of such a magnitude without our partner and sponsors.
Movember Foundation – https://movember.com
Triumph bikes – www.triumphmotorcycles.in
Zenith Watches – www.zenith-watches.com
Beardo – www.beardo.in
Advance hair Studio – www.advancedhairstudioindia.com
Man’s world – https://www.mansworldindia.com
Akshar yoga – https://aksharyoga.com
World yoga Organisation – worldyogaorganisation.com
Embassy international Riding School – www.embassyridingschool.in
Red FM – https://www.redfmindia.in
Written for BEARD CLUB by – James Samuel.