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Challenge yourself with a London to Paris ride

London to Paris 2017

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Join us on this legendary challenge cycling from London to Paris. Starting in London, this 260 mile ride will take you through glorious English countryside, quiet French country lanes, through traditional market towns with views of the rolling green hills of northern France. Cycling is France's favourite sport, so don’t be surprised when the locals stop to cheer you on. The pièce de résistance of this cycle will be the chance to ride the last few miles of the Tour de France route through Paris to finish at the Eiffel Tower, then the following day you get to soak up the atmosphere of the final stage action live from the world famous Champs-Élysées, before celebrating your achievements in this fabulous capital. The ride caters for all levels of ability and this unique cycling experience will see you fully supported by the crew, leaving you to just cycle, enjoy the team spirit and focus on your goal of reaching Paris. Entry fee: £125. Fundraising goal: £1,480. There is also an option to self-fund (click more details button to see this option).
Our Action London to Paris bike ride is a classic and highly ranked challenge suitable for any cycling enthusiast. Join us in 2017 as we ride to raise vital funds for medical research to help sick and disabled babies and children. Cycle through the beautiful and rolling countryside of southern England and northern France before arriving in glorious Paris, for one of the most exciting sporting weekends in the calendar – the spectacular finale of the 2017 Tour de France. The route is steeped in history coupled with beautiful and varying landscapes achievable for all to ride and enjoy with lots of opportunities to stop off to take it all in. Registration fees:  January 2017 to April: £79. *Trip cost: £876. Required Fundraising: £674. Total for complete event: £1,610 with early bird registration, £1,629 for late registration. *Trip cost must be fundraised or paid by 21 April 2017. 300 miles, two reasons, challenge yourself and fight for little lives.
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Over the years, thousands of inspirational heart riders have cycled with us from London to the French capital. And in 2017 this historic event is back once again, but we've given our event a makeover. Join this epic multi-day challenge as you tackle a 3-day cycling adventure through the beautiful English and French countryside. With over 200 miles to conquer, it won't be easy, but the memories you'll gain from crossing the finish line at the world famous Eiffel Tower will make every turn of the pedal worthwhile. Cycling is France's favourite sport, so don’t be surprised when the locals stop to cheer you on! Places are extremely limited on this popular event, so if you would like to take part we'd recommend getting your place as soon as possible in order to avoid disappointment. The route will be a brand new one, and is still being designed - using the feedback of our past participants to guide us. Your ride includes: Fully signposted route, medical & mechanical support, event specific cycle jersey, bespoke event medal and an end of ride dinner. Entry fee: Independent rider £150. BHF Supported rider £300 (includes transport for you, your bike & your luggage). Both have a fundraising goal of £1,000.
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Connect two of the world's most chic capital cities as you embark on the charity bike ride challenge of a lifetime. The London to Paris bike ride takes you through beautiful English villages and into the stunning countryside of rural France. You'll pass historical landmarks and famous battlefields from World War I until you reach Paris, undoubtedly one of the most magical places on earth. The sense of achievement you'll experience will be one you'll cherish forever. The ride caters for all levels of ability and this unique cycling experience will see you fully supported by the crew, leaving you to just cycle, enjoy the team spirit and focus on your goal of reaching Paris. Registration fee: £99. Fundraising goal: £1,560. You can register online here.
This spectacular long weekend ride starts at one of the oldest cycling tracks in the world in London and takes you on a 300 mile journey to Paris in just 3 days. Starting at Herne Hill Velodrome you’ll spend day one cycling through quintessentially English countryside en-route to Dover and then set sail to France, via Belgium, for two more action-packed days of cycling to raise funds for World Bicycle Relief. Start day two from Dunkirk, famous for the wartime evacuation of British, French and Allied troops in 1940. We cycle towards the Belgian border, before visiting Ypres and the Menin Gate memorial - dedicated to the British and Commonwealth soldiers who were killed, and then set off again towards the famous cycling city of Roubaix. The afternoon we’ll tackle some of the cobbled streets used on the iconic Paris - Roubaix event. On day three we experience the thrill of riding along wide boulevards and crossing the Seine to finish at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. We celebrate our achievement of crossing the finish line with an evening in Paris. On our final day we are able to soak up the incredible atmosphere of the final stage of the Tour de France on the famous Champs-Élysées. Registration fee: £125 Fundraising Option 1: You raise £1,800 approx. minimum sponsorship. Fundraising Option 2: You pay £880 & raise as much as possible for World Bicycle Relief.
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