Paris to London Bike Ride (Overnight Ferry Route)


bespoke guided rides

pie is a cycling events company delivering amazing bespoke bike rides throughout the UK and Europe. We create, develop, manage, operate and deliver fully supported guided group cycling trips for companies, charities and groups of individuals.  All to your specific brief.

A three-day ride from Paris to London, incorporating the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Versailles, and the beautiful countryside of North-West France. With the final day spent cycling through the Surrey Hills, you’ll need to save some energy in your legs for the final push into London.


360km total distance

3 days guided cycling

Overnight ferry

Full support crew

Bike transport to Paris for the start of the ride



Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile in July 2011” by Alvesgaspar, licenced under CC BY-SA 3.0.

Cyclists take an evening trip to Paris on the Eurostar. Your bikes will be driven out to France by our support crew, and so all you need to worry about is getting to the station on time!

Your pie event manager will meet you upon your arrival in Paris, and you will have the opportunity to meet the rest of the crew over dinner. You will have a short briefing, in preparation for the following day.

Day 1 – Paris to Evreux (109km)

After a hearty breakfast, we make our way out of Paris, along tree-lined avenues and past famous sights such as the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe. Before you know it, we are cycling though the Bois de Boulogne and are well on our way to Versailles.

After a quick pit-stop, we continue our way out of Paris, heading west towards the town of Evreux. There are three refreshment stops on the route, each a welcome sight as we gradually get into the daily routine of riding.

That evening, dinner is taken in a local restaurant, and there will be plenty of opportunity to discuss the day’s events over a drink or two.

Day 2 – Evreux to Caen (140km)

We start the day with a short climb, and then it’s relatively flat to the first refreshment stop of the day. From here, there is a short, sharp downhill, before the climb up to lunch. You’ll be pleased to know that most of the hard work is done for the day, as we gradually begin to descend towards the coast and port of Caen.

There will be opportunity to have a shower and get changed before a lovely evening meal as we wait to board the overnight ferry to Portsmouth.

Day 3 – Portsmouth to London (110km)

We rise early as the ferry arrives into Portsmouth and we begin our last day in the saddle. Whilst not the longest day in terms of distance, it is the hilliest as our route takes us across the North and South Downs, and through the Surrey Hills.

We pass through quaint villages and along charming country lanes as we make our way towards London. The final destination point is up to you, with our route entering London from the South West and past the famous sights of Hampton Court, Richmond Park, Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace…. The list goes on!
That evening, we will hold a celebration meal where friends and family are welcome to toast your achievement and listen to tales of the past three days.

Post Event

You will be free to enjoy the sights of London at your leisure.

More Information

Interested? Please contact Tina Makin, MD of pie for more details: and download the event summary sheet.

More Information

Interested? Please contact us for more details. Call 01932 460090 or email and download the event summary sheet.


pie delivers fully supported bespoke guided rides throughout the UK and Europe for the discerning cyclist.

Every ride is designed completely to your needs so your cyclists, no matter what standard they are, will have a fabulous time.

We’re known for our efficiency, integrity, and our passion to get it right. From your 1st contact with us, to the last cyclist’s arrival, we will make your event as effortless and awesome as possible.

Your cyclists will be led in small groups of similar standards by our team of amazing guides on bikes who are in turn supported by our experienced crew of tour leaders and medics.

The end result is stunning scenery, challenging ascents, incredible descents, perfect hotels, great food, like minded company.

In short, an amazing ride.

Download the Summary Sheet for more details