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THE DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMAN’S RIDE CHIANG MAI – 2017

Over 200 riders dressed dapper to join in on Chiang Mai’s third official Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, a worldwide charity event that takes place each year, in support of prostate cancer and men’s mental health The Distinguished Gentleman’s ride is the brainchild of Australian motorcyclist Mark Hawwa, who was inspired by a photo of Mad Men’s Don Draper astride a classic bike and

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The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride Chiang Mai – 2016

(Images adapted from photos by Pandech Saleewong) Thankfully a dry day during rainy season, making Sunday’s Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride 2016 in Chiang Mai a pleasant day out. Over 150 riders congregated at the Goodview Village Restaurant, dressed dapper on classic bikes, for Chiang Mai’s second DGR ride. (Article for the 2015 ride in Chiang Mai here). The final sum raised

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The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride. Chiang Mai 2015.

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride: September 28th, 2015. (Raising funds and awareness of prostate cancer) I arrived at the meeting point (Thapae Gate) around 9am with rider friends. At that time only a few bikes were there, so we were able to kick back and relax and watch the bikes trickle in. As more and more bikes arrived I was surprised

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*MOTO EVENT* – REAL CUSTOM BIKER SHOW 2014

*A short write-up on and video on the Real Custom Biker Show 2014*   On Saturday 13th December 2016, the 700 Year Stadium hosted yet another fab Real Custom Biker Show, the 4th annual event of it’s kind here in Chiang Mai, Thailand. This event attracts visitors from all over Thailand, as well as internationally, with the roads filling up

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REAL CUSTOM BIKER SHOW 2013

 Hosted at the 700 Year Stadium the event, the Real Custom Biker Show was a really enjoyable event. Don’t have much to say about this really, so I will leave you with photos instead!(Sorry, there are quite a few photos of me with the bikes, rather than the bikes. At the time I didn’t even consider blogging, so they were

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