London to Paris Cycle
- Multiple dates available
- London to Paris
- Cycling distance approximately 330 miles
Cycling for 5 days from London to Paris is a classic European cycle experience. You'll set out from London and ride through picturesque Kent countryside, where you'll cross the Channel and cycle through the small villages and medieval market towns of Northern France.
This will be challenge to remember, but the sense of achievement you'll feel as you cross the finish line, with the Eiffel Tower in full view, will make it all worth it. You'll then have the last day to enjoy and explore Paris before heading back on the Eurostar.
How it works
- You book your trip via outdoor adventure travel company Discover Adventure
- You will be part of a group of approximately 35 to 40 people with experienced group leaders
- You raise money for Scope
- Other people in your group might be raising money for other charities
Get detailed information about the London to Paris cycle on the Discover Adventure website
What you'll get on Team Scope
- An exclusive Scope team cycling jersey to help you look the part
- Expert fundraising and training support from the Scope Events Team to make reach the fundraising target easy and fun
- Regular encouragement and motivation via email
- The awesome feeling of being a #DisabilityGamechanger
Previous Team Scope cyclist
Would certainly recommend to friends to ride for Scope as I feel the support you gave both before and during the event was faultless.
The difference you can make
By signing up to the London to Paris ride with Scope, you'll be raising vital funds to help us end inequality for disabled people.
We know that nearly half of disabled people feel excluded from society. Scope works tirelessly to campaign for change so that disabled people and their families can enjoy equality and fairness in their everyday lives.
£300 could pay for a month of support for a disabled person to access our Starting Line service; a pre-employment training programme for disabled people at the start of the journey into work.
£700 could enable a disabled volunteer to inspire 100 school students to be positive about disability at a Role Models session.
£1,800 could cover the cost of 200 phone calls to the Scope helpline, providing free, independent and impartial advice and support on issues that matter to disabled people and their families.
Caller to the Scope helpline
I can honestly say that I don’t think I could have coped had it not been for the helpline. They have given me so much time and support through all my difficulties and battles.