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5 ways you can support the London - Monaco cycle ride

5 ways you can support the London - Monaco cycle ride

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See them off at Tower Bridge

You might be able to watch the teams whizz past, or see them off in style as they start the challenge on September 18, 2016.

The first chapter of the London - Monaco charity cycle is the gentlest, taking in 130km from London to Folkestone as the cyclists work their way from Tower Bridge to the steep hills of Kent and finishing at the British coast.

Chapter two includes stages two, three and four and covers a total of 561km. Beginning at Saint Omar, the teams will stop at Saint-Quentin, Troyes and Dijon and as the terrain is relatively flat, it will be the chapter during which the most ground is made.

Chapter three will take the teams into the Rhone Alps, as they cycle 454km from Dijon to Gap. They will face 5,220m of elevation gain and it will take three days.

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