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London to Monaco 2019
17th – 24th September 2019

UK / Spain / France / Monaco

Founded in 2016 with long-standing Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE) partner Winch Design, London to Monaco was launched to help BLUE raise awareness and funds to support its conservation efforts around the world.

“London to Monaco was a real chance to make a difference. If you care about the oceans, I’d urge you to get involved.”

– Eddie Jordan, TV presenter and former F1 team owner and driver

This year’s ride, organised by Just Pedal, will run over 8 days, departing from London with a celebrity send-off before carving its way through 4 countries and celebrating with a champagne finish at the Prince’s Palace in Monaco.

“London to Monaco is good for the planet. And as a passionate repeat rider I can also say, it’s good for the legs, heart, and the soul too.”

– Bill Springer, Forbes

The Route

This year London to Monaco is offering four different route options. Whether you take on a one day or a multi-day cycling challenge, London to Monaco promises to deliver an exceptional experience.

“The perfect way of contributing to a great cause. With an amazing group of people we cycled through a magnificent landscape. I’ll definitely sign up again next year.”

– Bob Rebel, cyclist

Route options and prices

* Early Bird Fee until January 1st 2019

FIRST DAY

LONDON TO PORTSMOUTH

Tuesday 17 September

SIX DAY

SANTANDER TO MONACO

19-24 September

EIGHT DAY

LONDON TO MONACO

17-24 September

LAST DAY

GRASSE TO MONACO

Tuesday 24 September

Provisional Itinerary

An epic 8-day cycling challenge to save our precious oceans. Cross the Bay of Biscay, soak up the Spanish Basque country, conquer the Pyrenees, enjoy Provence and experience riding sections of Europe’s Grand Tours.

L2M2019 promises to be a ride of a lifetime!

Day 1: London – Portsmouth (110km / 68 miles) 1005m. Ferry across the Bay of Biscay

Day 2: Santander – Santander (24km / 15 miles ) 323m

Day 3: Santander – Amoribeta (138km / 86 miles )  1899m

Day 4: Tarbes – Saint Gaudens (113km /70 miles or 147km / 92 miles) 1606m or 2881m with the Tourmalet extension

Day 5: Saint Gaudens – Carcassonne (160km / 100 Miles) 1275m

Day 6: Carcassonne – Agde (120km / 75 Miles)  575m

Day 7: Aix-en-Provence – Grasse (185km / 115 miles) 2125m

Day 8: Grasse – Monaco (80km / 50 miles) 1503m

“It was the best charity ride I’ve ever taken part in. I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a challenge who also cares about our ocean.”

– Tiffany Cromwell, Canyon-Sram Pro cyclist

Route Map