Challenge Sophie: Another epic event is in sight!


As you probably know by now, I just can’t get enough of adventurous challenges on my bike. In April 2017, I’m going to ride from London to Paris within 24 hours. The best thing about it: Anyone can join me!

Usually, the most cycling challenges I take are very hard to complete, even for experienced cyclists. For this event, to the contrary, I call out for everyday cyclists, work commuters and weekend warriors, basically everyone who wants to take their cycling to the next level, together with me.


I’ve cycled the route from London to Paris several times already – and therefore, you can believe me when I tell you about how beautiful the landscapes are that we’ll be cycling through.


The route will be fully sign postet and there will also be Lead Cyclist. For participants this means you don’t have to care about navigation and can fully enjoy the unique experience.

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The journey will be split into 3 parts: First, the gently descending route between London and Greenwich. Second, a 4 hour ferry ride to Dieppe, France, which is also the time slot when we all will have time to get some rest and refuel. And third, the finale stage between Dieppe and the Eiffel Tower in Paris, during which we’ll be cycling into the beautiful sunrise.


After arriving at our destination, we all will celebrate this epic achievement together with food, drinks, and lots of high fives. The best thing about this all: By then, you’ll have earned the unlimited right to brag about the challenge you just completed!


If you’re already looking for the next adventure and want to join in, you can read more about the details and even sign right up for the race here.


Image Source: Youtube / Sophie Radcliffe


You cannot imagine how good it feels to achieve such an epic goal – and how much better it is to achieve it together with a group of enthusiastic, likeminded people!


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