As a major part of the event takes place in Europe billing will be in Euros (conversions below are based on the exchange rate of 1.185).
Single Room Supplement - SOLD OUT
If you are a very light sleeper or just need the privacy then please take out the additional option of a single room supplement. Please note that these are few in number and cost €399
Optional Return Journey - Repatriation and bike boxes
Take all the hassle out of getting back to London. You can opt to purchase the repatriation package for you and your bicycle. This will get you back to the start location (Imber Court) with Eurostar from Gare du Nord, Paris via St Pancras London and finally by coach to the start venue. Your bike will be transported separately by DHL and will be waiting for you at Imber Court when you arrive.
We have two Eurostar trains returning to the UK from Paris on Sunday 29th June:
Paris Gare Du Nord 10:13 - arriving St Pancras 11:39, cost €157
Paris Gare Du Nord 15:13 - arriving St Pancras 16:39, cost €169
If you are leaving us in Paris and need your bike box in Paris, you can book it onto the transporter at a cost of €45
If you are staying on in Paris but would like to send back your bike to the start venue (plus 2 days storage), you can do so at a cost of €60
Friends & Family Package - details to be announced soon!
Finishers Celebrations in Paris - details to be announced soon!
OFFRIDING cycling events launched - A new series of multi-day gravel ridesWednesday 25th March 2015
HotChillee with OPEN cycle announces the formation of a new series of cycling events that take you off-the-beaten-path. Developed by long-time cycling entrepreneurs Gerard Vroomen, Andy Kessler and Sven Thiele, OFFRIDING are free spirited multi-stage gravel rides exploring some of the most beautiful sites and regions around the world. It is bound by a sense of adventure to explore and complete the challenge rather than racing. As such, going off-course is actually encouraged.Read More ...
Cape Rouleur 2015 - Final resultsSunday 8th March 2015
An exciting week of cycling was closed off today with 100 Cape Rouleur 2015 riders taking part in the Cape Town Cycle Tour. Due to the fires which still burn in parts of the city the ride was shortened to 47km due to safety concerns - however the atmosphere wasn't dampened and Cape Rouleur riders "rode in solidarity" with the Cape Town Fire Fighters.Read More ...