Join us on an amazing four-day cycle challenge from the sandy beaches of Bournemouth, to the beautiful destination of Paris. You’ll have an unforgettable long weekend as you cycle more than 300 miles through some of the best English and French countryside, passing through small villages, medieval market towns and the iconic Normandy Landing Beaches.
Leaving Bournemouth, we take the coast road towards Christchurch and onwards through the picturesque New Forest, before bedding down for our last night on British soil in Portsmouth. After catching the morning ferry to Cherbourg, we hug the beautiful French coastline, taking in the Normandy Landing Beaches. We then start to head inland, passing through some of France’s most stunning northern countryside and villages. With long days in the saddle and some strenuous hill-climbs, the sight of the Eiffel Tower, our finishing point, will evoke a real sense of achievement. Our last day in Paris allows us to explore the sights and soak up the romantic atmosphere of this majestic city!
Whether you’re an individual rider or looking to sign up as a team, this ride is not to be missed!
If you would like to take part and support Julia’s House, there are two ways you can get involved:
1. Pay a deposit of £199 and pledge to raise £1,650.
2. Self-fund the tour for £981 (pay a deposit of £199 to secure your booking and then pay the balance of £782 by Thursday 26th July 2018). There’s no minimum sponsorship commitment, simply raise as much as you can.
We're offering an early bird opportunity for our Bournemouth to Paris cycle ride for participants that sign up before 30th March 2018. Early birds will receive a discount of £100 on their registration fee. Just enter the code 'EARLYBIRD' when signing up
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or ask to speak to Hannah on 01202 644220 if you have any questions. Hannah took part in the ride last year and will be joining you again this year.
Once you have booked your place we will send you an information pack which includes everything you’ll need to know before and on the day.