7 - 11 June 2017
19 - 23 July 2017
16 - 20 August 2017
13 - 17 September 2017
Distance: 295 miles
Entry: You will need to secure your own place in this event to ride for Tommy's. You can secure your place here. As soon as you have your place confirmed, just let us know and we'll support you all the way to the finish line!
What is the London to Paris Bike Ride?
This 295 mile, 4 day bike ride takes us through the beautiful Kent countryside to Dover, before crossing the Channel to Calais. Our route takes us along quiet French country lanes, through traditional market towns with views of the rolling, green fields of northern France, passing the war memorials and cemeteries of the Somme.
The pièce de résistance of this cycle challenge will be the final cycle up the Champs Elysées to the Arc de Triomphe, following in the tyre tracks of the cycling greats, before watching them cycle the same route the next day in the finale of the Tour de France!
Why London to Paris?
This bike ride is suitable for people of all ages (minimum 18 years old). The one thing everyone will have in common is a great sense of adventure and the desire to help their favourite charity. Most people will sign up as individuals meaning you will all be in the same situation!
How do I Sign Up?
As soon as you have your place confirmed in the London to Paris Bike Ride, please just drop us an email and we'll sign you up to the team straight away! If you have any questions and would like to give us a call, please do so on 020 7398 3400.
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