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London to Paris

Date : 06/06/2018 - 10/06/2018

Deposit : £ 125.00

Sponsorship : £ 1600.00

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Cycling from London to Paris is by far one of the best fundraising events in Europe


 

 

 

Suburban roadTHE BEST LONDON TO PARIS BIKE RIDE 

The Challenge

The London to Paris Bike Ride is an awesome cycling challenge and is by far one of the best fundraising events in Europe attracting hundreds of riders each year and raising thousands for charities nationwide. Whether you’re a regular cyclist or new to cycling, looking to participate as part of a group or a solo cyclist – this is the perfect charity cycle event for you.

We’ll spend 4 days in the saddle, cycling 308 miles from capital to capital. Our journey begins in London with the route taking us through glorious English countryside as we cycle from Kent to Dover, before crossing the Channel to Calais. Once across the water we start cycling ‘French style’, remembering to keep to the right!, we push on cycling along quiet French country lanes, through traditional market towns with views of the rolling green hills of northern France, passing the war memorials and cemeteries of the Somme.

A spectacular finish awaits us as we reach the home stretch up the Champs Elysées to the Arc de Triomphe, before reaching the piece de resistance, the Eiffel Tower, which marks our finish line. The days in the saddle may be long but the sense of achievement we’ll feel crossing the finish line and the euphoric atmosphere as we celebrate our achievements in this magnificent capital, the saddle soreness soon wears off!

London to Paris Bike Ride – 

Day 1 – Registration for challenge early morning in Croydon and start cycling at 7am through Kent to Dover. Ferry to Calais. Distance – 86 miles

Day 2 – Cycle from Calais to Arras through charming villages and along quiet country lanes. Distance – 80 miles

Day 3 – Cycle from Arras to Compiègne passing numerous WWI memorials and monuments through the Region of the Somme. Distance – 74 miles

Day 4 – Cycle to Paris, up the Champs-Élysées, round the Arc de Triomphe and finish overlooking the Eiffel Tower from the Champ de Mars. Celebratory meal. Distance – 68 miles

Day 5 – Free morning in Paris, before catching the Eurostar to London where you are re-united with your bicycle.