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.
The ride, which sets off on 6 September 2018, is a four-day cycle challenge from the sandy beaches of Bournemouth through 300 miles of some of the prettiest English and French countryside, villages and medieval market towns, ending in the beautiful city of Paris.
Hannah Miller, Events and Challenge Fundraiser for Julia’s House said: “After catching the morning ferry to Cherbourg, the route hugs the beautiful French coastline, taking in the Normandy landing beaches before heading inland, passing through some of France’s most stunning northern countryside and villages. This is the ride’s second year and I am really looking forward to cycling with everyone again. ”
With long days in the saddle and some challenging hill climbs, the view of the Eiffel Tower which marks the end of the ride will be a welcome sight. There will be time on the final day to enjoy all that Paris has to offer.
Cyclists can sign up as individuals or as a team and each participant will be given a free Julia’s House cycling jersey and the entry fee includes training rides in the New Forest, ride leaders, four nights’ accommodation, ferry transfers and a celebratory gala dinner on the last night in Paris.
For more information please contact Hannah at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once booked, riders will be sent an information pack which includes everything they need to know. Click here to take advantage of the early bird offer of £100 off the registration, and use the code ‘EARLYBIRD’ when signing up.