London to Paris Cycle 2019

One of Europe's greatest cycling experiences

24–28 July 2019 | 300 miles

Get 50% off your registration fee and sign up for £65 using code NYEVENT until 31 January.

Take part in the ultimate cycling adventure - the London to Paris challenge. The pièce de résistance? Cycling through central Paris in convoy and watching the pro-peloton battle for victory on the Champs Èlysèes in the final stage of the Tour de France.

Our four-day challenge covers 300 miles of beautiful countryside, through the picturesque hills of Kent and the stunning villages of northern France.

Starting in London, the route weaves its way out to the coast along country roads, passing through picturesque market towns and the rolling Surrey Hills. Once across the channel, immerse yourself in the French countryside with peaceful hamlets and wooded valleys paving the way. On day four, the finish line in Paris awaits in the shape of the iconic Eiffel Tower...what better way to finish such an incredible challenge!

The event is organised by Discover Adventure. You can find out more information on their website. 

Registration: £65 using code NYEVENT (usually £130)

Minimum fundraising: £1,600

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What's included

As part of our team, you'll receive training tips, fundraising advice and unlimited support from our Challenge Events team, as well as:

  • All transport from London to Paris by return (by ferry and Eurostar)
  • All meals except Sunday in Paris (free day)
  • All accommodation
  • Experienced Discover Adventure leaders, mechanics and drivers
  • Full vehicle support throughout the trip
  • Route marking with orange arrows
  • Maps and route information
  • Celebration meal in Paris
  • Bespoke GOSH jersey
  • Amazing incentives and prizes along the way

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Sponsorship statement

As the amount that Great Ormond Street International Promotions Limited (GOSIPL – a wholly owned subsidiary of the charity) pays to Discover Adventure for your package exceeds £500, you will be considered a ‘professional fundraiser’ as defined by the Charities Act 1992. This means that you must give the following statement when you are obtaining sponsorship:

“I am participating in a cycle ride to raise funds for the benefit of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. I have guaranteed to raise at least £1,600 for the charity, of which approximately 60 per cent will be used to pay for the costs of my travel and accommodation.”

If you'd like more information about being a professional fundraiser, please email our Supporter Care team supporter.care@gosh.org

Any questions?

Email the Challenge events team or call 020 3841 3164.

London to Paris Cycle Route Map