L'Etape London by Le Tour de France
Sunday 24th September 2017Enter Event
Follow the pros
Tour de France experiences
Cheese and wine
Timed closed-road sprint lap
Early Bird entries now open – limited places available at the best price
The Long Route 117 miles / 185.5km (approx. 1161m of climbing)
The Medium Route 92 miles / 147km (approx. 933m of climbing)
The Short Route 49 miles / 79km (approx. 508m of climbing)
* Distances are approximate and routes are subject to change
About the event
L’Etape London by Le Tour de France, organised by Human Race and in support of Access Sport brings the glamour of the Tour de France to the capital, following sister event the Maserati Tour de Yorkshire Ride. The open roads route for the event takes in much of Stage Three of the 2014 Tour de France route and culminates spectacularly with a lap of honour around the Lee Valley VeloPark at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, home of the London 2012 Games. It sold out in 2015, making it a must-ride event for those lucky enough to get a place.
“The level of detail and the richness of the experience provided for the lucky L’Etape London participants shows that [Human Race] are not just looking to cash in on our desire for all things exhausting, but are genuinely trying to make their events something to remember”. – Cycling Plus
Reports of Stage 3 from the 2014 Grand Départ, which featured many of the same roads as L’Etape London
Official Charity Partner Access Sport is a multi-award winning charity whose mission is to harness the unique power of sport to positively change the lives of under-represented and at-risk young people living in some of the most disadvantaged communities across London, Bristol, Manchester and Oxford. Why not make your event count and use your entry to raise money for this fantastic cause? Click here to set up a fundraising page.
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