New chronograph Zenith in honor of the race of gentlemens
On September 30, a traditional motor cycle will start, founded by Australian Mark Havva in 2012. On the Distinguished Gentleman's track, held for the charity fund The Movember Foundation, more than one hundred thousand bikers will appear in extravagant costumes.
Gentlemen's races are held in more than 600 cities in 95 countries to attract attention to the study of prostate cancer and the prevention of male suicide.
With the support of the watch brand Zenith, which released a special model Zenith PILOT Type 20 Chronograph Ton Up Black in honor of this event, motorcyclists will pass the distance on their choppers, cafe-racer, beaver, crossovers and vintage scooters. The watches are dedicated to fast and succinctly executed motorcycles such as Cafe Racer.
The 45 millimeter case of the new Zenith is made of aged steel and fixed on a black nubuck strap, and the chronograph is driven by the automatic E1 Primero 4069, capable of working more than 50 hours without winding.