London to Paris Cycle - September


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London to Paris Cycle - September
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Embark on an incredible adventure, covering the 190 miles between London and Paris. Expect amazing scenery as you travel through the British and French countryside. Come along for the challenge and the photo opportunities post-race, with the backdrop of the Eiffel Tower.
London to Paris Cycle
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Fri, 13 Sept 2024
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London, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Carlton House Terrace, St. James's, London SW1, UK
Start times
Friday, 13 Sept 2024
London to Paris Cycle: 9:00 am
Event summary
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London to Paris Cycle
Route information
Day 1 - Friday (65 miles)
Meeting at Carlton House in St. James, just a stone's throw from Charing Cross Station, riders will head to Trafalgar Square to commence their adventure. The group will head towards Brighton on unfrequented roads cutting through the East Sussex countryside before reaching the popular road hill climb of Ditchling Beacon.
You will then turn towards Newhaven, riding east along white cliffs, with panoramic sea views. Once the leg is completed, the group will assemble for a well-deserved dinner before embarking on an overnight ferry across the Channel.
Day 2 - Saturday (75 miles)
For the first day of the French leg of the journey, the group will embark early and tackle the gently inclining Avenue Verte track. After reaching the charming Forges-les-Eaux, you will be able to enjoy a lovely breakfast before your ride takes you through several French towns and villages. Immerse yourself in the history of the region as you whizz past monuments and landmarks.
Arriving at Beauvais in the early afternoon, there is free time allocated to explore the buzzing city and its points of interest before recovering for Day 3.
Day 3 - Sunday (50 miles)
The final leg brings riders through stunning vistas of the French countryside before they reach the capital. Sightsee and cycle as you ride past landmarks including the Victor Hugo fountain and Trocadero. There will be plenty of photo opportunities, including when the group reaches the endpoint of the iconic Eiffel Tower.
After completing the ride, participants can celebrate their achievement by enjoying a drink or meal in one of Paris' famous bars and restaurants.
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What's included
  • Finisher's medal
  • Support Vehicle
  • Cycle leaders
  • Overnight Ferry with cabin bed on Day 1
  • Accommodation on Day 2
  • Day 1 evening main meal
  • Day 2 evening hot buffet meal
  • Shower / Changing facilities on Day 1
  • Light refreshments and fluids
How to get there
Carlton House Terrace, St. James's, London SW1, UK
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By Public Transport
The start point, Carlton House, is a ten minute walk from Charing Cross station.
Travel back to the UK
Please note, entry to this event does not include travel back to the UK after the ride or accommodation in Paris.
Event day logistics
Day 1 - Friday
09:00 Meet up
10:00 London to Newhaven cycle starts
19:30 Board ferry
Day 2
05:00 Dieppe to Beauvais cycle starts
15:00 Finish
Day 3
06:00 Beauvais to Paris cycle starts
12:00 Finish
Ability Level
Suitable for keen cyclists, the London to Paris route will put you to the test with a handful of challenging hill climbs throughout.
Support Vehicle
There will be a support vehicle that will be accessible throughout the event which will carry your personal belongings all the way to Paris.
Travel Back to the UK
Please note, entry to this event does not include travel back to the UK after the ride or accommodation in Paris.
Please be aware that not all food is included in this event, you will be expected to full yourself properly throughout.
Age Requirements
Cyclists must be 18 or over. Alternatively, if they are between the ages of 15 and 18, they must be accompanied by an adult, with full responsibility of the child during the trip.
How fit do I need to be for the London to Paris Cycle?
A good level of fitness is required to complete the challenge, as the journey is spread over three days, with each day covering between 55 and 75 miles. On average, participants will spend roughly seven hours each day cycling, with an expected average pace of 13mph. Prior to the event, it is advised that you a structured training programme is undertaken.
What kind of bike should I use for the London to Paris Cycle?
A road or hybrid bike is recommended for this event. Mountain bikes can be used, but should be fitted with slick tyres.
Are there any age requirements for the London to Paris Cycle?
Participants should be over the age of 18. Those aged between 15-18 years old can participate if accompanied by an adult taking part who will have full responsibility of the child during the trip.
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