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Join us as we cycle 254 miles from the majestic capital city of Paris to London, in support of Railway Children!

This fantastic, yet tough ride sees us leave Paris and spend 3 days in the saddle, riding across the stunning French countryside through medieval towns.  We pass through Bois de Boulogne on our way to Evreux, then passing through the charming city of Bernay, designated one of the French Towns and Lands of Art and History, on our way to Caen where we board our overnight ferry to Portmouth. From there we bike through the South Downs and Surrey Hills National Parks before reaching our finish line in central London!

Key Points

Challenge Duration

Challenge Duration 4 days

Activity Duration

Activity Duration 3 days

Challenge Distance

Challenge Distance 254 miles approx.

Challenge Grading

Challenge Grading Tough (2/3)

Accommodation Type

Accommodation Type Hotels
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Challenge Highlights

Cycle from one capital city to another – a clear challenge objective! Said to be the most exciting cycling experience in Europe Cycle through quiet sleepy towns in Northern France Celebrate in style in London!

Why Choose Global Adventure Challenges

  • Our Event Support Team understand our challenge ethos and more importantly, they understand our participant’s needs, wants and desires!
  • Our routes incorporate iconic landmarks and history with picturesque scenery from start to finish
  • A dedicated Customer Care team supports each participant from registration, and always on hand to answer queries.
  • Perfect for beginners and experienced cyclists alike.

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