Share this story
The ultimate Brighton to Paris cycle challenge is now open for entries.
We have places available for the Tour de France style challenge that will take participants from Brighton, over the Channel, through the scenic Seine valley and to the Eiffel Tower before nightfall.
The ride will follow a fully planned route with GPS support, be accompanied by support vehicles, and riders will be provided with water, a cycling jersey and a medal on completion.
Participants will be partnered with cyclists of a similar speed and ability so ensure everyone is comfortable and enjoys the challenge.
All the money raised will go to First Base, our day centre that works with homeless men and women, helping them to move on from homelessness with a range of advice, support, education and training.
Places cost from £125 per person and include accommodation and travel.
We will provide a fundraising pack and personal support to participants who will be asked to raise a minimum sponsorship amount of £500 per person.
For further information you can contact Liz Davies on 01273 645464 or click here to send Liz an email
The ultimate Brighton to Paris Cycling Challenge is an amazing opportunity for keen cyclists to take on the 130 mile route in one day in what will be an experience of a lifetime.
Cyclists who took on the challenge last year told us that they felt a real sense of achievement when they finally crossed the finish line. Cycling from Brighton to Paris in one day will certainly do that!
The ride will take place on Saturday 20 June 2014 and we are now open for entries. Places are limited so please get in touch as soon as possible if you would like to book a place or find out more about the challenge.
Liz Davies, BHT Fundraising Officer