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Blue Marine Foundation launches the fourth

London to Monaco cycle ride

17th – 24th September 2019

UK / Spain / France / Monaco

After another hugely successful year of the London to Monaco cycle ride which raised an impressive £456,000 for ocean conservation this year, we are excited to be launching the 4th edition which will take place between 17-24 September 2019.

For all inquiries about taking part or becoming a 2019 sponsor please email: info@london-monaco.cc

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IN JUST THREE YEARS OVER 250 RIDERS FROM 15 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES AND SPONSORS HAVE HELPED RAISE OVER £1 MILLION FOR OCEAN CONSERVATION SUPPORTING PROJECTS AROUND THE WORLD.

“Oceans are more than ever at the heart of our common future. The London to Monaco Cycle Ride is a wonderful opportunity to raise awareness on the necessity to protect our fragile oceans.”

– HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco