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London to Paris Cycle Ride

Connect two of the world’s most chic capital cities and support the ICR by embarking on the challenge of a lifetime. Cycling through the beautiful English countryside and rural France you’ll pass historical landmarks and famous battlefields from World War I until you reach the iconic backdrop of central Paris.

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Riders enjoying finishing the London to Paris Cycle Ride underneath the Eiffel Tower

Key facts 

Duration: 5 days
Distance: 300 miles (approx)
Trip grade: Moderate
Tour provider: Global Adventure Challenges

With long days in the saddle and some strenuous hill-climbs, the sight of the Eiffel Tower at the finish together, with money you’ll have raised will evoke a real sense of achievement. The last day allows ample time to explore the streets of Paris and soak up the romantic atmosphere of this majestic city.


Until 31 March you can save a huge 20% off your registration fee with the code SPRING17. Register today and don't miss out on this great opportunity!

Register your interest for our 2017 dates

7–11 June 2017

Deposit £125 (or just £100 until 31 March)
Minimum sponsorship amount £1,560

Register for June 2017

13–17 Sept 2017

Deposit £125
Minimum sponsorship amount £1,560

Register for September 2017

Be part of our ground-breaking team

As an ICR fundraiser you will receive:

  • An ICR t-shirt
  • A fundraising pack with tips on reaching your target
  • Support from our dedicated events team throughout your training
  • ICR branded materials to support your fundraising

Many volunteers have taken part in a cycle ride for the ICR to raise money to help us make the discoveries that defeat cancer. Read some of their stories here.

Amelia goes the extra mile for cancer research

A passion to ‘do her bit’ for the ICR’s research has led one member of staff to take her new-found hobby of cycling to the next level and tackle a 100-mile cycle race.

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Riding the road to recovery

Turning 40 is a milestone in everyone’s life, but for Simon Richardson it’s the perfect opportunity to support and honour the remarkable cancer research that scientists from The Institute of Cancer Research are undertaking.

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Key facts

5 days

300 miles (approx)

Trip grade

Tour providers
Discover Adventure
Global Adventure

Doing it for Dad

When her father was diagnosed with stomach cancer, Stella Faughnan was devastated, but decided to fulfil her ambition of running the London Marathon.

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