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Book a bespoke event starting on any date

We run the London to Paris Cycle as an open or bespoke event. Our open events runs Wednesday to Sunday, fortnightly from April to October (in June we run open events weekly). For bookings of 8 people or more, we also run this as an exclusive event on the dates of your choosing.

Here’s a list of the open events we have planned for 2021

  • Wed 7th July-11th July 2021 – Open event
  • Wed 21st July-25th July 2021 – Open event
  • Wed 8th August-8th August 2021 – Open event
  • Wed 18th August-22nd August 2021 – Open event
  • Wed 1st September-5th September 2021 – Open event
  • Wed 15th September-19th September 2021 – Open event
  • Wed 29th September-3rd October 2021 – Open event
  • Wed 13th October-17th October 2021 – Open event

Here’s a list of the open events we have planned for 2022

  • Wed 13th April-17th April 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 27th April-1st May 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 11th May-15th May 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 25th May-29th May 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 8th June-12th June 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 22nd June-26th June 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 6th July-10th July 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 20th July-24th July 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 3rd August-7th August 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 17th August-21st August 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 31st August-4th September 2022 – Open event
  • Wed  14th September-18rd September 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 28th September-2nd October 2022 – Open event
  • Wed 12th October-16th October 2022 – Open event

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This trip takes you between the two most iconic capital cities in the world, and between two of the most famous points: Greenwich Observatory in London, and the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

The going is not as flat as many people think, but you do pass through the classic countryside in Kent, and the Pas de Calais, Somme and Oise regions of France. The road parts are done under your own pedal-power. The wet part goes via the most famous channel crossing: Dover to Calais. On your day in Paris, you could always round it off with a visit to Notre Dame.

On a bike, you feel the wind in your face, and get a real chance to explore some beautiful corners of England and France on the way. Once out of London, you pass through one of the harder sections of the route, as you go through Kent and the North Downs. The countryside is verdant and remarkably much as it was in past centuries. From Calais, you head inland and south. History will surround you on this ride – a stark reminder of the importance of these lands and of the wars that have been fought there. You’ll pass by battlefields from the Hundred Years’ War, see First World War cemeteries, You’ll also pass the spectacular Gothic cathedrals of Abbeville and Beauvais, with their extraordinary white limestone construction, full of tracery and flying buttresses. You’ll stay one night each in Dover, Abbeville, Beauvais, and Paris. In Paris, if you want you can take time to soak up the atmosphere of one of the most romantic cities in the world: its restaurants, cafés, museums, and nightlife.

Optional Extras

  • Single Room Supplement £70.00 per person per night
  • Extra night in London prior to departure £75.00 per person per night for twin accommodation see hotel Clarendon, at Blackheath Start point. (Book yourself) This cost was correct at the time of writting.
  • Extra night in London prior to departure £120.00 per night for single room accommodation. This cost was correct at the time of writting.
  • Extra night in Paris at the end of event £85.00 per person per night for twin accommodation. Please get confirmation.
  • Extra night in Paris at the end of event £140.00 per night for single room accommodation. Please get confirmation,
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