Below are just some of the events we are covering this year,
you may also find us on the odd one day rides or some other UK based rides.


Bloodwise London to Paris September 14 - 17

Experience the life of a pro-rider in our unforgettable London to Paris cycling challenge, 500kms in four days.

For four days you’ll look and feel like a pro-rider. There’s no other event like it as you ride as part of a peloton with rolling road closures, technical and physio back up teams and a dramatic Arc de Triomphe finale.

From the rolling hills of Kent to the plains for Normandy; from the streets of London Town to the Champs-Élysées, this will be an unforgettable, life-changing experience. Riding with hundreds of fellow bike enthusiasts, you’ll be led by experienced ride captains for four days through beautiful countryside, cheered on by street-side supporters and flanked by motorcycle outriders. This is the ultimate cycling experience.

The final leg of the epic journey sees traffic on the Champs-Élysées held back by motorcycle outriders as the Team Bloodwise peloton sprints towards the Arc de Triomphe. As you complete your epic journey, there will be laughter, hugs and tears - and plenty of champagne! You'll get the chance to relive all the thrills and spills at the extravagant post-race Gala dinner, held in 5-star accomodation, with celebrations continuing long into the night. This is an outstanding cycling challenge and don’t just take our word for it – 90% of our participants last year rated this event as excellent.​​


Royal British Legion Pedal to Paris Aug 31 - Sept 4

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.

It’s a challenging ride and we recommend training to make the most of the experience, but the Legion's specialist support team and riders will be with you every step of the way. Riders can also choose from three different speed groups (fast, intermediate and social) so whether you’re social cyclist or a bit of a pro, there’s a group to match your pace. 


HotChillee London to Paris July 20 - 23

Ride into Paris the day ahead of the Tour de France 2017 finish.
Stay and watch the pros arrive.

3-days / 500km, London - Calais - Amiens - Paris
350 riders / 5 speed groups
Fully supported group riding
Rolling road closures
Timed race sections
All levels from pros to new cyclists

Pro level event support with medics, mechanics and motorbike outriders


HotChillee Alpine Challenge June 21 - 24

Conquer some of the most iconic Tour de France climbs, selected from the 1987 stage from Bourg-d'Oisans to La Plagne which is still considered one of the most exciting and toughest stages ever.

Alpine Challenge 2017 new event format

Each stage will be timed and the overall rankings will be listed on the website each day. And if you're interested in competing for an Alpine Challenge climbers cap all climbs will be listed as Alpine Challenge 2017 Strava sections and awarded each stage.

There will be ample support cars, mechanics and medics roaming the route all in radio contact with the HotChillee Ride Captains who will be on hand to assist with any support, moral boosting, or a little push here and there. Water stations and carefully selected lunches will be arranged each day so all you have to focus on is pedalling.

At the end of the day you can hand your bike to our mechanics (if there are any issues).


Duchenne Dash 24 hours to Paris June 9-10

The Duchenne Dash is a gruelling 24 hour bike ride from London to Paris in which the supporters take on an amazing challenge to help children with DMD.

Starting in London and arriving a day later near the Eiffel Tower, via Newhaven and Dieppe.

We are supplying all mechanics, drivers and spares, as well as service wheels and service bikes to ensure everyone gets to finish the ride.

 

 

 


Pedelle - Porto to Lisbon 17th to 21st May

The ultimate networking event for women in property. 2017 sees the fifth pedElle ride – we're hoping to make it the best yet.

500km in 3 days

We're off to Portugal! Whether you're new to cycling or a seasoned rider, we would love you to join us. Flying to Porto on Wednesday 17th May you'll have the chance to explore this beautiful city before we start our three day challenge through beautiful vineyards and villages, past beaches, castles and along the Atlantic coast as we head to our final destination of Lisbon where there will be a celebratory dinner. Climbs will be rewarded with stunning views and thrilling descents, while flatter sections will highlight the camaraderie and support group riding brings.

If you need some help getting started with bike/kit advice, there is plenty of support available so please just ask. With a mix of previous riders and lots of new faces, this promises to be a great year for our fifth pedElle.

As with all Club Peloton events, pedElle is fully supported with Service Corps mechanics, sports injury therapists and a lead car, enabling the cyclists to focus on the riding, the scenery and the fantastic rider experience.


HotChillee Roubaix 22 - 23 April

"Ever wanted to race against pros on the famously brutal cobbles of the Spring Classics? HotChillee offers that and a whole lot more besides."

This event is run along the lines of a typical Spring Classic including 111km of the Paris-Roubaix route with 17 pavé sections, bring your best bike this his going to be tough on the equipment!
Arenberg Forest start with Roubaix velodrome finish.

120 riders in 3 speed groups with rolling road closures, pro level event support with on the go service provided by Service Corps.
"Cobbles Clinic" with Paris-Roubaix winner Magnus Bäckstedt and ride captain supported group riding.


HotChillee Cape Rouleur 2017 5 - 9 March

5-day endurance event in the Cape Winelands with 150 riders in 3 speed groups.
Rolling road closures with timed race sections for all levels from pros to new riders.
Fully supported group riding Medics, Service Corps mechanics and motorbike outriders.

Guaranteed entry to the Cape Town Cycle Tour (formally Argus). The seeded speed groups with timed race sections and social group riding in-between mean you can race or ride – depending on your ability. Riders have the chance to compete for Leader’s Jerseys and Age Category Awards in the timed race sections each day – or simply enjoy the ride.

Based in the picturesque town of Franschhoek, the poolside post-ride recovery afternoons are followed by warm evenings of fine dining. Non-riding partners are also welcome and can explore the offerings of Franschhoek during the day, or join us for a social spin each morning. The final day sees riders cycle from Franschhoek to the finish in Cape Town with the traffic police escorting the peloton through the city to the iconic Cape Town Waterfront.


The Legal & General Real Assets Cycle to MIPIM

This is an endurance charity bike ride, open to cyclists of all abilities, with riders covering almost 1,500km from London to the international retail estate show, MIPIM, in Cannes over six days.

The ride will take place from the 9th to the 14th March and for the first time, will be run as one ride, with two routes:
London – Calais – Cannes and London – Caen – Cannes

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 Service Corps 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.