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Ride25 Tour No.1 Manchester-Paris

Event info
Wed 20/05/2015, 09:00

From the start point at the legendary Manchester Velodrome, home to the Team GB cycle team, to the finish point at Paris’s most iconic landmark, the Eiffel tower, this route will take you through stunning landscapes. You will find yourself weaving through the rolling hills of the Peak District, the breathtaking terrains of White Cliffs Country and pedalling through the beautiful Oise valley in France. This leg is split over five days and covers 420 miles, with an average of 84 miles per day. As with all Ride25 tours, you will be fully supported along the way and everything will be taken care of so that you can take in the sights and enjoy the ride.

• Five nights’ accommodation in a clean, comfortable hotel (in Coventry, Marlow, Brighton, Gournay-en-Bray and Paris). All rooms will have twin beds and we will allocate you a room partner unless you specify who you would like to share with. (You may select a single supplement in the booking process if you prefer not to share a room)
• Ferry trip from Newhaven to Dieppe
• Three meals a day plus stops for snacks
• Support vehicle to transport your luggage (clothes and supplies) from each stage to the next
• Back-up vehicles to provide you with medical help and any assistance should you need a rest
• Customised, waterproof route maps including essential directions, pitstops and interesting information on the area.
• New, bespoke high quality breathable cycling shirts for every day of your trip. These will be fully personalised for you and adorned with badges showing the number of Ride25 legs you have completed so far.
• Daily fresh fruit and water in the support vehicles
• Celebratory dinner


• Flights and transfers
• Accommodation the night before the tour commences (this can be selected as an optional extra during the check-out process)
• A Bike
• A bike box (this can be selected as an optional extra during the check-out process)
• Personal insurance

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