- What next after London to Paris?
Did London to Paris with work a couple of years ago, now looking for the next challenge
20 of us with reasonable fitness (only had one non-finisher last time). We self organised last time with a support van. Will be doing it for charity and work will contribute reasonable amount to cover costs. ideally no more than four days
Paris to Geneva has been suggested but costs potentially a bit high
Other Suggestions?Posted 4 months agomonkeyboyjcMember
Paris to Geneva is the obvious one, I did it a couple years back. It’s a bigger rude than l2p – more miles each day, but finishes with a lovely climb over the mountains and into Geneva.
You can also follow it up with Geneva to Nice….
Alternatively London to Amsterdam (easier than l2p) or there’s also a euro three cities tour.
How about a UK one – coast to coast?Posted 4 months agoMTB-IdleMember
L2P again but target riding it in less than 24 hours?
Or London to Hook of Holland via Dover, Dunkirk, Belgium. Overnight ferry from the Hook of Holland back to Harwich then Harwich to London is a good loop, 550 km’s in 3 days is possible. Rode it earlier this year.
As well as that & L2P I’ve also ridden the M25 loop on road. There’s an official off-road ride next year you could look into.
A good mate has ridden London to Italy twice in the last five years, totally doable unsupported.
Another riding buddy did Norwich to Fishguard. He also rode Wales South to North on a gravel/adventure bike one Bank Holiday weekend.
Me and my main riding buddy are planning London to Nice next year; L2P and then carry onto Nice.
There’s London -> Edinburgh – London also available.
Depends what turns you on really in terms of locations, weather, loop or point to point, it’s all out there…Posted 4 months ago
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