Closed Roads, Pro Mechanics and a Historian en route will make this unique bike ride a truly unforgettable ride of a lifetime.
This bike ride follow the same format as The Royal British Legion's pretegious Pedal to Paris which has been running for 22 years. This is the Legion's newest bike ride that is unique to the centenary in 2018.
This bike ride challenge remembers the incredible sacrifices made by all those who fought in the First World War.
The four-day cycling journey will start from London and pass through the historic Somme region of France and finishing in Ypres.
Visiting battlefields, cemeteries and memorials along the route with a historian en route this ride will bring a strong feeling of Remembrance.
Combining rolling road closures with an en route historian this ride will not dissapoint. Pay your respects, retrace history and take the physical challenge.
Use the Discount Code: ROADCC for £50 off the registration fee
The registration fee is £650 (£150 deposit + £500 balance due on 1 April 2018).
We ask our participants to have a fundraising target of £900, so we can continue our work to provide vital support to the Armed Forces community.
Registration includes everything except transport to the start line in London and your transport home from the Eurostar at St Pancras.
Contact us if you have any further questions about the ride.
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