London to Paris 2025

Join our LC Team and bike from London to Paris for a truly unforgettable experience - make friends for life, push yourself past your limits, but most importantly - make memories you’ll cherish for a lifetime while raising funds for an amazing cause!

Location: London to Paris

Challenge Level:

Distance: 311 miles

Booking Fee: £125 + booking fee

Fundraising Goal: Various - see below for details

When: 18 June 2025 - 21 June 2025

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Cycle from London to Paris in 2025

Did you know that the UK leukaemia survival rate lags behind that in Europe? We know that with earlier diagnosis, we can close this gap so we’re asking you to take on this epic challenge to help fund our early diagnosis work. The aim of the tour is honestly that simple, but we’re also focused on making the tour as much fun as possible! Check out more about the challenge below.

London to Paris 2025

The details

Date: 18th May – 21st June 2025
Distance: 311 miles
Booking fee: £125
Fundraising goal: £1,500

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More info about the tour

You and your Team LC teammates will spend 4 days in the saddle, cycling 311 miles from capital city to capital city. Your adventure starts in London, taking us through glorious English countryside on our route from Kent to Dover. Once across the channel, you’ll be cycling through France, remember to keep to the right! The latter part of the tour covers quiet country lanes, through traditional market towns with views of Northern France’s rolling green hills, passing the war memorials and cemeteries of the Somme.

And when you think your views can’t get any better, on the home stretch you and your teammates will be cycling around the Arc de Triomphe and along the Champs Elysées, before reaching the piece de resistance, the Eiffel Tower! There may be times when the cycling is tough but the sense of achievement and the euphoric atmosphere you’ll be greeted with is something you’ll never forget. Don’t believe us, check out the photo of the 2023 London to Paris Team LC.

Sponsorship options

There are two ways to fund this trip, as listed below:

Minimum Sponsorship

You pay the non-refundable Registration Fee of £125 to Global Adventure Challenges.  In addition, you are committing to raising the minimum sponsorship of £1,500. You send the sponsorship money to Leukaemia Care as you raise it.  £1,000 of the minimum sponsorship must be received by the charity no later than 12 weeks before departure – 26th March 2025.  Failure to do so may mean non-participation in the challenge. The balance of the challenge costs will be paid for you by the charity out of the sponsorship raised.  All outstanding sponsorship (£500.00) must be received by the charity no later than 4 weeks after your return to the UK – 16th July 2025. Please do try and raise as much as you can, as every penny you raise over the minimum sponsorship will go directly to help patients, and their families, and allow us to offer them all the advice, information, and support they need whilst facing a leukaemia diagnosis.

Sign up for minimum sponsorship


You pay the non-refundable Registration Fee of £125 to Global Adventure Challenges. 12 weeks before the challenge you will receive a reminder to pay the challenge balance of £1,277.00   This is in addition to the Registration Fee and is to be paid no later than 12 weeks prior to departure – 26th March 2025.  Although there is no minimum sponsorship, we do ask you raise as much as possible for Leukaemia Care.

Sign up for self-funding

Extra perks you’ll receive when you sign up…

  • Leukaemia Care cycling jersey
  • Access to our closed cycling Facebook group – meet your teammates!
  • Fundraising pack and full support through your training and fundraising from the minute you sign up, to race day and beyond.

Please ensure you read the London to Paris 2025 Terms and Conditions before signing up.

For more information, contact a member of the fundraising team on 01905 755 977 or email

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After experiencing recurring chest pains, David Nutt visited his GP and had a blood test taken. When the blood test came back with a diagnosis of chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML), David and his family were shocked.

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