The chance to imitate the world’s best cyclists by riding around Paris on the final weekend of the Tour de France is being offered to supporters of a Hereford cancer charity.

The Little Princess Trust, based in Berrington Street, has secured 60 places on a memorable three-day cycle ride that will make its way from London to the French capital from July 21 to July 23 of this year.

Riders will have the streets to themselves when they end the journey by making their way down the Champs-Elysees before finishing below the Eiffel Tower, a route familiar to Tour de France winners Chris Froome and Bradley Wiggins.

There are still spaces available for cyclists of all abilities to join The Little Princess Trust team. Many riders from Herefordshire have already signed up with the aim of helping the charity continue to provide free real hair wigs and fund vital research into childhood cancers.

Cyclists will make their way to France with rolling road closures before the ceremonial roll-in when traffic will stop for the group of around 500 riders to venture through the centre of Paris in an experience that would be on the bucket list of every sports fan.

Entrants have the chance to stay on and celebrate their achievements with a finishers’ party before watching the Tour de France professionals on the following day from exclusive trackside seating.

Phil Brace, the chief executive of The Little Princess Trust, said: "The London-Paris event is a truly unique cycling experience and the closest thing you can get to being treated like a pro for three days with fantastic support both on and off the bike."

"And riding into Paris under motorbike escort, over the cobbles and past the Arc de Triomphe is a unique experience that you will remember forever."

The entrance fee for the ride is £1,300 and each of the 60 Little Princess Trust cyclists is being asked to raise an additional £1,000 for the charity to help improve the lives of thousands of children with cancer.

To book your place, email while those looking for more information can visit