London to Paris Cycle

Cycle London to Paris

An unforgettable event linking two of the world's favourite cities

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  • MS Society London to Paris cycle ride

Event information

  • When:19 Jul 2017 6:00AM - 23 Jul 2017 4:00PM
  • Location:Blackheath Common

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Various dates are available throughout 2017 and 2018 - find out more.

The London to Paris cycle connects two of the world's most chic capital cities as you embark on the cycle of a lifetime.

This is a classic journey and a unique way of experiencing both the rural and urban sides of England and France.

Passing through the picturesque Kent countryside, you'll cross the Channel and continue through the small villages and medieval towns of Northern France, passing famous First World War battlefields. You'll finish underneath the Champ de Mars and the Eiffel Tower; before celebrations truly begin!


  • Start: Blackheath Common

  • Finish: Eiffel Tower

  • Length of cycle: 5 days, 4 days cycling

  • Registration: £149

  • Minimum sponsorship: £1,650

For further information please view the full itinerary.

Download the following:

  • Day 1 - Cycle to Blackheath through Kent and the North Downs to Dover. Ferry to Calais
  • Day 2 - Calais through quiet winding roads to the town of Abbeville.
  • Day 3 - Abbeville, following the River Somme to Beauvais
  • Day 4 - Beauvais through the rural countryside and villages finishing under the Eiffel Tower in Paris
  • Day 5 - Enjoy the huge spectacle that is the Tour de France and return to London by Eurostar

For further information please view the full itinerary (please ignore the dates and prices section on the document).

The challenge is open to anyone over the age of 18.

You'll need to complete a medical form due to the physical challenge this cycle presents. If you are over 60 or have any medical conditions you may be required to get your GP's signature.

Read the MS Society event terms and conditions.

Page last updated: 27 Feb 2017

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