London to Paris Cycle Challenge 2018

Key event details

  • Dates: 12th September 2018 to 16th September 2018
  • Registration fee: £99
  • Minimum sponsorship: £1,650

Be part of your own Tour de France as you cycle London to Paris in 5 days to raise money for The Big Issue Foundation! The route will take you from capital to capital through the scenic villages of southern England and into rural France, including famous battlefields and landmarks until you reach Paris on the 16th September. The final day will be yours to soak up the culture and enjoy the Parisian way of life before returning via the Eurostar in the evening.

This challenge is not for the faint hearted, but the accomplishment you will feel as you complete your adventure at the iconic Eiffel tower is unmatchable. The trip will be fully catered- so don’t worry about squashed sandwiches- a hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided to fuel you through each day before you take rest in a range of 3* hotels along the way.

What is more, you won’t be alone in your challenge. As this event is hosted via Skyline, you will be cycling alongside many people supporting different charities. This challenge is a great way to meet new people, whether you are cycling solo or with friends- so what are you waiting for? Sign up now and get ready to make new friends as you undertake this once in a lifetime trip!

Due to the highly popular nature of this amazing challenge places are often filled very quickly. If you are interested in signing up, click here or call Bethany at Skyline on 020 7424 5535 to book now.

Alternatively, if you want to find out more about the challenge contact us on 0207 526 3459, we are always happy to help in any way we can.

The Big Issue Foundation’s mission is to connect every Big Issue vendor to the support and personal solutions that enable them to rebuild their lives. By taking part in this challenge you will help us support more Big Issue vendors to be supported with accessing housing, health services, training, education, and employment to help them on their journey away from poverty.

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