London to Paris

4 days, 2 countries, 1 bike!  

Travel from one great European city to another, powered by your own cycling steam. Over the course of three days, cyclists will cover an impressive 283 miles/460 kms across England and France.

Fact file:
  • Dates:  12th – 16th September 2018
  • Length: 4 days
  • Self funding: £175 deposit + £858 remaining balance (8 weeks prior to challenge) and raise what you can for the charity 
  • Minimum Sponsorship: £175 deposit and raise £1,750 for Cardiomyopathy UK

The trip

“It’s the best thing I’ve ever done. It was very emotional for all of us” - Steve Coope, part of #teamcardio for the 2014 London to Paris

If you have ever wanted to do an exhilarating challenge for Cardiomyopathy UK, here is your chance!

You will start your trip in South London where you will meet your challenge leader and support team. From here you will make your way towards to South downs en route to Dover where you will catch your late afternoon ferry.

With just over 200km until the finish line in Paris you will set off from Calais and start your journey into beautiful French countryside for the final two days until you catch sight of your finish line; the Eiffel Tower and finally glide your way down the Champs Elysee for a celebratory drink and victory snaps.

In the afternoon head over to watch the last stage of the Tour de France where, fingers crossed, we will watch the 'Manx Missile' Mark Cavendish cross the line first for the fifth time edging closer to Eddy Merckx record amount of stage wins and hopefully see Chris Froome in the maillot jaune again...

The sense of achievement you'll experience will be one you'll treasure forever.
We work with partner organisation Charity Challenge to offer this ride, so please check out the facts and information and book your place via their website, then complete our form so we can give you all the help and support you need to smash your fundraising target and get you ride ready.
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