Registration Fee: £125
Minimum Sponsorship: £1,650
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 - an unforgettable experience awaits you.
Join #teambrainandspine and you will receive:
- Welcome phone call
- Your bespoke #teambrainandspine cycling jersey
- A fundraising pack filled with tips and ideas to help you plan your fundraising activities
- Fundraising resources such as t-shirts, balloons, posters, collection tins and more
- Dedicated support from our fundraising team by phone and email
- Expert advice on equipment and training
Email our team at email@example.com to register for the July 2019 race!
Day 1: London to Calais
Our challenge begins bright and early from Londond, we head south to the coast and take the evening ferry over to Calais. 95 miles (approximately).
Day 2: Calais to Henin-Beaumont
We will head east out of Calais and into the stunning countryside of northern France until we reach the industrial town of Henin-Beaumont where we spend the night. 85 miles (approximately).
Day 3: Henin-Beaumont to Compiegne
Our route today takes us through Saint-Quentin and then on to our hotels for the night in Compiegne, home to the beautiful Chateau de Compiegne built originally for Louis XV and restored by Napoleon. 100 miles (approximately).
Day 4: Compiegne to Paris
Our final day of cycling and the big push to Paris, our final destination. 70 miles (approximately).
Day 5: Paris to London
The day is yours to soak up the Parisian way of life and explore the city. Eurostar home, arriving at St Pancras.
Got more questions? Get in touch!
If you have questions about cycling from London to Paris please contact Alice Hargreaves on 020 3096 7879 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org