Up to 300 cyclists of all abilities will be led by former England, Crystal Palace and Wolves footballer, blood cancer survivor and Cure Leukaemia Patron Geoff Thomas on an unforgettable, 4-day 500km, closed-road cycling event to raise funds for Cure Leukaemia. The event takes place from 12th-15th September 2019, in Blood Cancer Awareness Month, and will be the 4th of it's kind in aid of blood cancer charity Cure Leukaemia.
Starting in London the ride takes in the gorgeous Kent scenery before the ferry whisks the riders over to Calais on day one. Then the team winds its way through the beautiful northern French countryside before arriving in Paris a stones through from the iconic Eiffel Tower. All participants are committed to raising a minimum of £1,400 for blood cancer charity Cure Leukaemia.
This event is the closest an amateur cyclist can get to riding like a professional with motorcycle outriders, professional ride captains, full mechanical and medical support, energy drinks and bars, hotels, meals and kit all included in the entry price. The ride is split into speed groups ensuring beginners and seasoned rollers can all take part.
Every aspect of this unforgettable experience is covered in the entry price except evening bar bills!
What's more, the event is filmed and edited into a 30 minute documentary which is made available a few weeks after the event.