Below are just some of the events we are covering this year,
Cycle to MIPIM March 10th - 15th
The Legal & General Cycle to MIPIM charity challenge is an epic 1,452km cycling endurance event for the property industry that takes place annually in March. Over six days, 100 professionals from the property industry ride in a relay format, completing at least two stages every day, from London to Cannes. Fundraising for our charity partners, the event has helped make the overall total raised by Club Peloton to more than £2 million.
The ride itself is extremely challenging, with early starts, long days and late finishes. Riders have the opportunity to network with industry associates, while experiencing what it’s like to be a pro cyclist, with a full support crew comprising mechanical support, medics, physiotherapists, motorcycle outriders and lead car. The cyclists have to learn to work together as a group as tired bodies are challenged by early morning starts, variable weather conditions and challenging climbs. This all helps to contribute to the bonds that form between riders over the six days, making the celebrations in Cannes all the more special.
Dunkerque - Roubaix April 24th
This intimate 165km ride takes place two weeks after the iconic Paris-Roubaix.
The event is restricted in numbers and follows the HotChillee event format of flagged pavé race section, rolling road closures, full service corp and small seeded speed groups.
This is the closest experience amateur riders can get to a pro Spring Classic with participants riding alongside cycling legends on a route which takes in the last 40km of Paris-Roubaix.
Previous riders include Team GB rider Geraint Thomas, Tour de France winner Stephen Roche and Paris-Roubaix winner Magnus Backstedt.
Riders experience an iconic finish in the velodrome with use of the original pro rider showers and drinks reception in the velodrome bar.
Myeloma London to Paris May 5th - 9th
With rolling road closures, you ride safely without stopping for traffic lights, junctions or roundabouts.
Riding in a peloton, you'll be flanked by motorcycle outriders, fully backed up by Service Corps mechanics, remedied by sports physios and propelled forward by your very own support crew, making this ride the ultimate experience both in and out of the saddle.
This 500 kilometre, four day ride culminates with a rare and privileged finale, entering Paris as one huge peloton under police escort you will ride up to the Arc de Triomphe and then on to the Eiffel Tower.
Duchenne Dash May 13th - 14th
London to Paris in 24 hours!
The Duchenne Dash is a gruelling 24 hour bike ride from London to Paris in which media rivals and friends take on a daunting challenge in aid of a great cause. This ride is to raise money for Duchenne Children's Trust, who are seeking a treatment for the biggest genetic killer of children, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a muscle wasting disease that leads to paralysis and death in all cases.
Newsreaders and executives from Channel 4, ITN, ITV and Sky News have all set aside their rivalries. Google will ride with Twitter, comedians will ride with TV bosses and spin doctors with journalists. They need your support. Follow the journey, enjoy their pain, but please donate and help to make it worthwhile, follow the link at the bottom of the page. Last year this ride raised about £450.000!
pedElle MAY 25th – 28th
Inspired by the annual CYCLE TO MIPIM event, pedElle began in 2013, and is the brainchild of Jennifer Ross and Claire Treanor who are keen to get more women in the property industry on their bikes.
The third edition, in 2015 followed a different route, as it does every year, offering a new challenge for repeat riders. 2015's fundraising ride, which took place over three days in June, covered 450km from Bilbao to Madrid.
As with all Club Peloton events, pedElle is fully supported with mechanics, sports therapists, lead car and motorcycle outriders, enabling the cyclists to focus on the riding, the scenery and the fantastic rider experience – a unique team effort that creates memories and friendships for life.
The 2016 ride, the fourth edition of the event, will take the riders from Salzburg to Venice from 25th to 28th May. Come along to the launch event on Monday 25th January to find out more. Register here.
HotChillee London to Paris May 26th - 29th
This LONDON-PARIS is known as the "professional event for amateurs".
The LONDON-PARIS was ranked as one of the worlds top 25 participation events by The Daily Telegraph along side the London and New York Marathons.
Alpine Challenge June 1st - 5th
Another HotChillee event, the Alpine Challenge is a 4-stage Alpine endurance road event based out of the beautiful lakeside town of Annecy, France where the scenery and riding is breathtaking!
Riders enjoy the benefits of rolling road closures, motorbike outriders and lead vehicles, whilst riding in seeded groups commensurate with ability and supported by a professional crew including masseurs, paramedics and a full mechanic team.
Approximately 110km per day - over 3 days, nearly 7,000m of climbing, rolling road closures
Specialist cycling events company, HotChillee have a world class reputation for professionalism and camaraderie. The HotChillee peloton combines amateur, professional and celebrity riders.
Pedal to Paris September 1st -5th
This is a Royal British Legion event and aims to raise money for the Armed Forces community.
This is one of the less intense rides as it goes over 4 days rather than 3, or even just 24 hours.
"Setting off from London, the four-day event will take you through beautiful English and French countryside covering a total of 460km/284miles. Once in France, we coordinate rolling road closures so you can cycle from Calais to the very heart of Paris without having to think about traffic, junctions or red lights. This is the only cycling event apart from the Tour de France that the Arc de Triomphe closes for.
You’ll receive a warm welcome as we pass through France - many locals come out to cheer you along! You’ll pass the distinctive landmarks of Paris before the final leg - cycling towards the Arc de Triomphe in a peloton of 300 cyclists is an experience you’ll never forget! The ride culminates with a moving ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe followed by a celebration dinner at the hotel in Paris."
London to Paris September 15th - 19th
Four days. 500 kilometres.
You'll ride as part of a peloton with time trial and timed hill climb sections, you can test your ability and find out where you rank against the rest of the riders: it's the nearest thing to being in a professional road race. You'll be blown away by the stunning ride to the Arc De Triomphe alongside a team of new found friends, under closed road conditions, cheered on by our support crew and locals.