McNabola & Associates, LLC is proud to sponsor the upcoming 2019 Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride in Chicago lead by Motoblot. The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride is a global motorcycle event founded by Australian motorcycle enthusiast Mark Hawwa in Sydney, Australia to raise funds for prostate cancer research and awareness for suicide prevention.
Riders can be found donning unconventional motorcycle-riding attire, such as tailored suits, crisp shirts, and silk waistcoats to subvert the public’s perception of motorcyclists. Attendees and riders are encouraged to donate in support of the ride’s cause, and the spread the word to anyone—friends, family, and colleagues—to join the event in celebration of motorcycle culture while supporting a worthy cause.
Recap of the 2018 Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride
Last year, McNabola & Associates, LLC was a proud sponsor of the 2018 Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, alongside Ton Up Chicago and Motoworks Chicago. Last year’s ride was the third-largest in the nation and among the top five largest on the planet. The event raised more than $85,000 in prostate cancer research and men’s mental health. For a video recap of last year’s ride, click here.
This year the ride will take place across several countries on September 29th, 2019. Registrations are open until August 1st, 2019—for more information, visit the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride website at https://www.gentlemansride.com/
We look forward to the turn-out and accomplishments for this year’s ride.
McNabola & Associates, LLC Supports Motorcycle Safety
Here, at McNabola & Associates, LLC, motorcycle culture, and safety have a special place in our hearts. For more than 30 years, founding partner Ted McNabola has been a motorcycle enthusiast, representing numerous riders in accident injury cases. One of the best ways to keep the spirit and joy of motorcycle riding alive is to keep riders alive and promote motorcycle safety.
Call our office at (312) 888-8700 or contact us online today to schedule a free initial consultation about your case.