The LONDON-PARIS is recognised as one of the world's most exciting international cycling events open to the public and is the closest the amateur rider can get to the Tour de France experience. You don't have to be a pro but for four days you will feel like a pro!
The 3 stage event is distinguished by having motorbike outriders, rolling road closures in France and professional logistical back up along the 520km route, from London to the Eiffel Tower. The rolling road closures into the centre of Paris on a Saturday afternoon is only experienced by riders of the Tour de France! The peloton, with its 50 motorbike outriders, rolls along the famous Parisian streets to an emotional finish.
The 400 cyclists, riding in seeded speed groups, are supported by HotChillee's 260-strong crew which includes mechanics, marshals, outriders sports therapists and our experienced Ride Captains. The seeded groups range from
The Daily Telegraph listed the LONDON-PARIS as one of the world's top 25 mass participation events, alongside the New York and London marathons. It also named the LONDON-PARIS as one of the top 10 adventure events for women and gave us a top 10 place in international endurance events.
TV and social media reach for the month of the event in 2015 is in excess of 6 million.
The LONDON-PARIS attracts sportivers, amateurs, leading cyclists, sporting greats and the best from the business world. Previous riders included:
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Alpine Challenge 2015 final resultsTuesday 15th September 2015
This past weekend riders from 10 nations completed the 6th edition of the HotChillee Alpine Challenge. Riders took on many of the Tour de France classic climbs including the now notorious Semnoz, Col des Aravis, Col de L'Epine, Col le Marais and culminating on the tough Col de la Croix Fry for the final stage.Read More ...
Alpine Challenge 2015 - Overall Results after Stage 3Saturday 12th September 2015
Sigma Sport Leader's Jersey (Male) - Jamie Wilkins Wattbike Leader's Jersey (Female) - Michelle DandRead More ...